You Can Buy Your Own Dental Tools

February 15, 2010 at 12:34 am 3 comments

A couple weeks ago, I mentioned that you can buy your own tamper proof screwdrivers. Ownership of tamper proof screwdrivers ups your do-it-yourself status to a new level; but, you can’t earn your DIY badge without having your own set of dental tools.

Maybe you’ve got a deep pocket in a molar that you can’t floss or brush clean, or maybe you just want to descale your pet’s gum line.

There are so many uses for dental tools. Hobbyists use them for carving, cleaning and hooking small objects. Technicians and mechanics may use them for removing tiny o-rings and gaskets. Perhaps you will use them to pick locks or scratch lotto tickets, poke the CD-ROM eject hole or spread glue in a hairline crack on the ceramic you broke last summer.

I found a 5 piece set on Amazon at a great price. Heck, for $2 (see “other sellers”), I’m not sure there is a more versatile set of tools for your toolbox. Best of all, you probably don’t own these tools yet and we all know it’s fun to get new tools.

Buying a new tool is like buying a new skill. It empowers you to put yourself in the way of new dangers and abstain from doing new things that you never dreamed of avoiding before.

So go ahead, have your popcorn and eat it too.

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Written By: Chad Upton

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. How to Sterilize Your Toothbrush « Broken Secrets  |  March 30, 2010 at 12:19 am

    […] 30, 2010 Whether you plan to buy your own dental tools, or clean baby bottles, you should understand how to sterilize some important household […]

  • 2. Dental Tools  |  May 25, 2011 at 2:23 pm

    The dental tools you listed in this post are good, but don’t forget to sterilize them before using them on anyone, especially since you mentioned some interesting uses for these tools other than dental. :)

  • 3. vhfgh  |  February 26, 2013 at 1:44 am

    Dental instruments


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