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FomaTrade Dental Tools $15.59 (Was $25.99) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Reborn-AU via Amazon AU

  • PROFESSIONAL 8-IN-1 ORAL CARE DENTAL TOOLS KIT: Includes 1 hammer shaped needle, 1 sawtooth needle, 1 sharp needle, 1 sickle dental scaler, 1 tweezers, 1 probe, 1 dental mirror and 1 hoe dental scaler, specially designed for both professional dentists and personal use
  • CLEAN & HYGEIAN MATERIAL: Made of high strength stainless steel with antibacterial coating and polished to a mirror finish, this rust-free oral hygiene tool kit is strong and sharp enough to remove plaque and heavy tartar in or between your teeth without hurting your gums
  • ERGONOMIC & POWERFUL: Designed in different angles and shapes which are perfect for different sides of your teeth, good for removing tartar, food debris and bacteria, freshening breath, whitening teeth, observing some hard-to-see areas
  • POWERFUL TWEEZERS: The tweezers with sharped tips, not only can be used as a tweezers, but also a whiteheads scraper. The curved tip is specifically engineered to prevent injury and skin reaction.
  • To have this kit is really important because it can remove toxins from the skin without causing a significant damage. One thing you need to learn is how to use it. If you have any question, please feel free to contact us.
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  • +3

    Uhhhh…. $25.99(Was $15.59)

  • Will this help me create a YouTube channel to rival dr pimple popper??

  • +2

    Ah yes, comedome extractors, for getting rid of nasty acne breaking out on my teeth and gums.

    Also plaque / tartar should generally be removed by a dentist since they have proper tools to remove it. Colgate has a page explaining why DIY plaque scrapers aren't a good idea. https://www.colgate.com/en-us/oral-health/adult-oral-care/th...

    • Yeah if these were safe and effective to self-use Colgate and Phillips would be selling them.

    • Come dome? I think I saw a video about that once.

  • +2

    Still cheaper than going to a dentist

    • +5

      Nah it'll be more expensive in the long run when you screw up your enamel and gums poking around like an ape.

    • +1

      Yeah now I don’t even have to go to the dentist anymore! God I love DIY.

      • This could end up Damage Intensively by Yourself.

  • +6

    Do they have Fuji 9?

    • Literally just watched the Would Lie To You episode with Bob talking about this lmao

    • Was wondering if someone would have already mentioned Fuji 9, so kudos to you.
      For those that do not understand this reference I highly recommend you searching YouTube for Bob Mortimer on WILTY (Would I Lie To You) and watch his self-dental work explanation. Then watch all the other Bob Mortimer appearances on that show. Also search for "Snipers Dream".

  • Any dentist will buy this? Let me know I won't go there.

  • +3

    True OzBargainers - DIY Dental. What could go wrong.

    • Precisely what I bought it for.

  • I prefer to use a chainsaw on my teeth

    • Feels like that when I do go to the dentist

      • Try seeing a dentist with shaky hands. Like a constant shake. Never again!

  • +3

    Tools to treat pimples on teeth.

    That's special.

  • +2

    OzBargains is rapidly turning into a Comedy channel……keep 'em comin'!!

  • Need to do some root canal, reckon these are up to the task? Who needs 6 years of dental school.. YouTube will teach me.

  • +3

    More junk from aliexpress?

  • Is it safe?

    • "it can remove toxins from the skin without causing a significant damage"

      "One thing you need to learn is how to use it."

    • Of course. What could possibly go wrong with DIY dental?

    • +1

      As long as it's not used in a marathon, man

  • Just in time for the lockdown.

  • I really really want to buy these. But I don't know why. Can someone tell me why I want to buy these please.

    • Remove tartar from around your teeth? Stare at your tonsils? Squeeze a Tonsilith?

  • You could use this kit to open the seal on sealed bearings in order to service them. I suppose convinience over a small screwdriver etc could justify the purchase if you do it often enough.

  • +2

    If Mr. Bean can do it, so can I

  • +2

    I bought these and use for my dog. Just tried a bit on me before trying on him. He has beautiful teeth now. ;-)

    • Would you feel confident enough now to perform a root canal? PM me for a cashy

      • +2

        Keep me out of it Dr. Nick. ;)

  • Woo Hoo!

    Backyard shed dentistry for pensioners!

  • Any deals on Quiet Control?

  • +2

    Its really useful to remove calcium buildup. not hard and dont have to actually scrape the tooth, just dislodge the calcium buildup. Bring those gaps back between your teeth. Worth it for sure.

    • +1

      I think you mean calculus (tartar). I would not recommend this for non dental professionals due to the likelihood of damaging your gingiva (gums) and dental professionals would be going through a dental supplier for something reputable.

  • I just spent way too much time watching YouTube videos remove the crap of teeth with a water powered version!

  • These should be handy during lockdown, now that I've mastered hairdressing at home.

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