Level 1 TestIn what room do you generally keep your toothbrush?What kind of paste do you put on a toothbrush?True or False: Brushing your teeth twice a Know More About This - Good Oral Care Habits day reduces the risk of getting a cavity by 50% or more.How many times do you need to brush your teeth a day?What is the importance of brushing your teeth?
Now compare your answers with the ones to the right. Did you get at least 3 out of 5 correct? Congratulations, you've passed! You're qualified to floss, brush, and spit (after you pay me the $50 licensing fee, of course). Now you're ready to move on to level 2.
If you want to obtain a level 2 certificate, you better like power tools. In order to become proficient enough to obtain a Level 2 Self-Dentistry Certificate, you will learn how to do things like:
Grinding your teeth with a Dremel ToolMaking sedatives from ingredients in your medicine cabinetThe many uses of a mini jack hammerFilling Cavities with a glue gunAnd much much more!Embracing Level 3
Here we go! I was not originally going to include this precious information, but I knew it would increase the value of the book ten-fold. I'm not going to give too much away, but it basically covers just about everything you need to know about safely operating on other people's teeth and starting your own practice. You start to learn about how to use the real tools, rather than being handy with common power tools, and where/how to get them. It also offers some good suggestions for being able to keep your practice open for the longest amount of time possible while avoiding authority figures who might misunderstand you. For instance, it hooks you up with some connections so that you can rent an RV dental office and collect a large variety of ID's and license plates. Such expenses are costly but, if you play your cards right, you should earn the money back very quickly! Don't think this is all that's covered but, again... I don't want to give too much away.