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DIY Dentistry

Updated on October 9, 2010

A Beautiful Smile

DIY Dentistry

There is no need to have to endure the threatening dentists drill. For anyone fearing a trip to the dentist there is an easy answer and it's been there all along. You! You can diy it without the stress and worry of a visit to the dentist. First you'll need to stock up your medicine cabinet, preferably with the strongest medication you can lay your hands on.

You will need:

String & nimble fingers

Meds, lots of

Cotton wool to stuff cavities

Alcohol to numb and sterilise

Toothpicks

A comfy upright armchair

Long piece of string

A door handle attached to a door

Another person willing to slam that door

Towels for any sudden mishaps

Double glazing that ensures sound proofing

Superglue for quick fixes

Nail polish remover with acetone to remove that superglue

Salt water to remove prior acetone taste

Juice to remove the salt water taste

Phoneline

Sympathy

More alcohol for ensuring drowsiness & a happy smile

Vicks Nyquil syrup to mix with your alcohol beverage(comes in capsule form too, although it could take some time & many many capsules to have the desired affect)

Tippex for that whiter smile :D

You can go from this:



Bad Teeth

Good Teeth

To This!
To This!

All the above tools are pretty self explanatory. You can achieve that beautiful smile you've been yearning for without expensive dental treatment. Why waste good money on unnessecary treatments you can do yourself for free or nearly free, most of the tools needed you will already have in your home. So go for it! Be free of the dentist and have a beautiful DIY smile!

(Disclaimer: all persons take the above advice at their own risk. In no event will I be liable for any loss or damage of teeth including without limitation,indirect or consequential loss or damage of teeth, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of teeth or problems arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this advice. This advice has been solely at the request of Stan Fletcher who is searching for the answers on his hub to many more complex questions including how to play the guitar with your feet, how to cure acne with a cheese grater and many more pressing needs, if you think you have the answers to these please contact Stan. You could be in with a chance of winning a great prize! )


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    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      I am humbled by your presence De Greek and in no way would I ever try to bribe someone as incorruptible, sincere, trustworthy,honourable and highly intelligent as yourself.

      Did I mention highly intelligent? Oh yes I did....

      Whoever this (let's call him Stan for arguments sake) is has created a slur on your good names but have no fear as I won't insult you by bribery in any way ever at all. :D

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      De Greek 7 years ago from UK

      Hello?

      As one of the three judges of this here competition may I just say that I consider this Hub to be a likely candidate for first prize? A candidate, mind you, not a cert.

      May I also casually mention that we have formed a new charity, coincidentally called “The Three Judges Charity” and any contribution you may care to make to it shall be given the consideration it deserves?

      Furthermore, I wish to give the lie to inaccurately spurious and dastardly rumours spread by a person who shall remain nameless (let’s call him Stan for argument’s sake) that we shall be happy with bribes of only chocolates and flowers? Naturally we live for literature and are doing this for the good of humanity, but any poor chump who thinks that he or she will have a chance in hell of winning this competition with a bunch of flowers, has another thing coming. ;-)

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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Shades-b...ahem..yes I thought it not right to point out certain aspects as you have(just god damn it!) (I did notice the gender transformation)...and gratefully appreciate your comments :D And very glad you've highlighted them...damn it to hell again.....

      Fanastico Shadesbreath (damn him & his knowing ways)

      Appreciated x

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      Shadesbreath 7 years ago from California

      LOL @ the sequence of events that take place from the superglue removal. And, you didn't even mention in your prose that, as a side benefit of DIY, the conversion from gross mouth to nice white teeth includes a gender transformation. That's fantastic! :D

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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Thanks very much LT! I'm pretty new here but really enjoying it.

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      ltfawkes 7 years ago from NE Ohio

      Nice job, Dawn. Your list of supplies is very creative. I like the way you build . . .

      Superglue for quick fixes

      Nail polish remover with acetone to remove that superglue

      Salt water to remove prior acetone taste

      Juice to remove the salt water taste

      The legalese at the end is good, too. Very funny.

      L.T.

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Sure Lisa, I'll take a look and let you know what my take is on it, privately if you prefer?

      Dead kittens, hmmm tough one! Haven't seen it yet

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      lisadpreston 7 years ago from Columbus, Ohio

      Since you are so in tuned with the spirit world and have so much knowledge about the subject, would it be possible, if you ever get a spare minute to look at my hub, haunted houses or haunted people? It tells a lot of some of my experiences and I would really like to know what is going on with that if you might know. If it is a bother then by all means I understand. I would just like to get an opinion from a professional or rather someone who knows. Thank you either way. Lisa.

      P.S. You did a fine job on this hub. Mine is so beyond terrible that I'm really too embarrassed to mention it but it was all for fun. I chose of all things, dead kittens. What was I thinking?

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Hey Lisa! Thanks for your comment and welcome :)

      I've checked out Tim's & yes he did, far more than me, very good hub!

      I will be adding more hubs about the paranormal, about spirit, just deciding which next! ;) Thanks

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      lisadpreston 7 years ago from Columbus, Ohio

      Just checking out the competition for Stans contest. I am surely up against good writers.

      Anyhow, Welcome to Hubpages and it is nice to meet you. I love learning about the paranormal, therefore I cannot wait to read the rest of your hubs.

      If you haven't checked out Timstown's diy dentistry hub, you should. It is hilarious. He put so much effort into it. Lisa.

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Thanks A-H..made a change from serious stuff :)

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Thanks Stan, was a giggle doing it, not really in it for the competition,although the prize is tempting ;)

      Look forward to reading more of yours

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Tim...I'm sure it'll be worth all the effort your putting in, look forward to reading it!

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      attemptedhumour 7 years ago from Australia

      That's a good start Dawn keep that up and you'll be flying up the scoring charts. Cheers

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      Stan Fletcher 7 years ago from Nashville, TN

      This was really great Dawn. Welcome to Hupages. Anxious to read some of your other stuff.

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      Timstown 7 years ago from New Jersey

      Well it's taking me long enough... hah. I think it'll be worth it, though... at least I hope someone gets a kick out of it.

    • Dawn71 profile image
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      Dawn71 7 years ago from UK

      Lol!! Tim, go for it! I'm just playing, sure yours will outshine mine, just a newbie mixing ;)

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      Timstown 7 years ago from New Jersey

      Ah man, you bet me too it... nonetheless, I will be posting a different take on this same topic within the next couple days.

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