Hey 4chan i was wondering about filling in a cavity at home. Is there a way to fill it in safely and if there is how would i do it? Would using that filling replacement from walgreens work? and how would i clean it out so that i dont create a cavity under what i filled in?
Also pic not me, but is similar to what i have.
not to surprising when considering the following....
A Dutch physician, Willem Johan Kolff, constructed the first working dialyzer in 1943 during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Due to the scarcity of available resources, Kolff had to improvise and build the initial machine using sausage casings, beverage cans, a washing machine, and various other items that were available at the time.
You'd be surprised what you can accomplish with random junk.
However, the limiting factor here is not technology, but medicine. You need to study up on tooth anatomy, surgical techniques, and infection control. Whether you do it with a piece of a shipping container controlled by an arduino or with real dental tools, it's the biology of your mouth that will kill you. Learn about that first.
>Hey 4chan i was wondering about filling in a cavity at home. Is there a way to fill it in safely and if there is how would i do it?
first you would still need to remove all the decay that is there, else it'll just keep rotting away
if the nerve is visible (through the cavity) then you would need to kill & fill the nerve as well, and good luck doing that at home without real anesthetic
prolly should just go see a dentist
diy dentistry can help when you are in the poor house.
>tfw when my poorfag friends have been getting free dental care from a local clinic for the last decade
But do keep reminding us how well that syrup-funded health care is so vastly superior to the US...
go to a dental school. studens suck but its cheap
murrkans go to mexico.
alternatively negotiate a discount by paying cash. i have insurance now but before that i could get 20% off by paying upfront. all healthcare providers hate dealing with insurance.
Speaking of /diy/ dentistry, has anyone heard anything from that guy who was on here like a year or so ago with his diy invisalign thing that he 3d printed refrencing scans and casts of his teeth?
>heal a cavity
What do you mean by this? I thought that teeth could not redevelop at all.
vote for Bernie Sanders, get universal healthcare. problem solved