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How To: Become a dentist

Does dentistry sound of interest to you? If you don’t mind spending the day in other peoples’ mouths, dentistry might just be the career for you. In this video, learn what steps need to be taken to break into the field of dentistry.

How To: Treat halitosis or bad breath the right way

Around 50% of us suffer from halitosis (or bad breath) at some time in our lives, and one in four adults suffer from it on a regular basis. In this exclusive guide, Dr McKenna demonstrates a simple technique to check for bad breath, and advises on ways we can ultimately prevent the ‘death breath’. She also reminds us that around 90% of bad breath cases are due to poor oral hygiene, so a visit to the dental hygienist at least once a year wouldn't hurt. Well, it might do…but would you rather ha...

How To: Freshen your bad breath

Nobody likes having bad breath. Not only does it leave you with a bad taste and scare away potential suitors, it can be a signal of more serious dental issues. This helpful video from Colgate offers up some tips you can use to cure your bad breath and improve your overall health.

How To: Use blue tape when tattooing

Using blue tape and a dental bib during tattooing to protect a portable tattoo armrest from ink and blood. The process of protecting the armrest is simple. This process would prevent ink from being transferred to another person or even onto their clothes. Using the dental bib you place it over an armrest and use blue 3m tape to secure the dental bib. Once this is done you are ready to start tattooing. Very cost effective and efficient way to protect an armrest and others.

How To: Make a simple homemade journal from index cards, dental floss and a cereal box

Traditional bookbinding can be a complicated job requiring specific tools and crafts. But when you're making a personalized homemade journal or diary at home, anything goes. This video will show you the basics of making a simple, small book using easy methods with materials you likely have around the house, like index cards (for the folios), a cereal box (book cover), paper, duct tape, scissors, dental floss (binding), glue, Sharpie marker, and an awl or sewing needle.

How To: Pick handcuff locks and escape

This guy shows how to easily bust out of handcuffs with one of three household items. Its a cool thing to know but most of the time if someone puts handcuffs on you its best to just leave them on. Uses a dental tool and bobby pins.

How To: Bobby trap dental floss with a party popper

Party poppers are magnificent. They can be used for a plethora of pranks— basically, any prank where the victim / target has to open something. You can use party poppers on practically any household item, but this video covers the much used dental floss container. The exploding floss prank is easy to do yourself, and requires only the floss container, the party poppers, scissors, and a screwdriver. Once your prank target goes to use their floss, they'll have quite the grin.

How To: Take care of your dog's teeth

Learn how to care for your pet with help from VetVid. See how to take care of your dog's teeth. In this video tutorial, they explain the importance of properly caring for your dog's teeth. See what you can do to prevent canine dental disease and how to maintain your dog's teeth through good dental hygiene.

How To: Make a Mickey Mouse tie dye t-shirt

Making a Mickey Mouse tie-dye shirt is as easy as can be. First trace a Mickey mouse outline onto a plain white shirt with a pencil. Using plain dental floss and a needle, sew around the tracing you've just created. For optimal results soak the shirt in soda ash (this step is optional). On the final stitch, pull on the dental floss until Mickey's head "pops up". You will need several rubber bands for the next few steps. First tightly wrap some rubber bands around Mickey's head. Add additional...

How To: Cut soft, fresh cheese

Slicing soft, fresh cheeses, like chevre, can become a sticky mess. The cheese either clings to the knife or crumbles into an unwieldy pile. To get perfect slices every time, head to the medicine cabinet and grab the dental floss. Wrap the floss (use unwaxed and unflavored) around your fingers and then use to slice through the cheese. Floss works for slicing cheesecake, too.

How To: Put in temporary tooth cavity fillings yourself at home

Cavities are an unfortunate sideeffect of our sugar-infused society, and getting them filled is time-consuming, expensive, and requires a trip to the dentist. Do you have some serious courage and want your dental work done on the cheap? Watch this video for an amazing guide to filling your own tooth cavity at home using simple and cheap ingredients. It's amazing what you can do with a little DIY know-how.

How To: Make linear tracks on the Technik Skater

Watch this professional cinematography video to learn how to make linear tracks on the P+S Technik SKATER Mini dolly to better utilize and maximize its performance. It's actually extremely fast to get the Skater ready to shoot. Learn how to make straight tracks inward as well as a typical linear tracking shot. View final footage of the Skater used on professional film sets.

How To: Configure the Redrock microShouldermount

Watch this cinematography tutorial on how to use the microShouldermount, which can be attached onto a tripod or used in its typical configuration as a shoulder mount. You can attach a monitor along the grip rod. Learn the essentials of the Redrock mounting systems for professional digital video cameras. Interesting tutorial for professional cameramen & digital filmmakers.

How To: Make a mold using an epoxy fiberglass layup

Check out this video to learn how to make a professional epoxy fiberglass layup and epoxy laminating systems. This process is ideal for working on larger projects, a typical 'fiberglass layup' is a popular process for those who need a large, strong, and lightweight tool.This process can be used in automotive, mechanical, fine art and film special effects uses.

How To: Score a big buck or elk

In this tutorial, we learn how to score a big buck or elk with Stan Potts. First, take the bottom of it and remove a bottom line from the main beam. Measure the length of all of the sides. If you're going to cut it out, you should be perfectly even with the top. Then, you will do this on the other side for a typical frame. From here, take the greatest inside spread at a perpendicular angle and that will be your spread credit. Add up each side individually and then you will find the difference...

How To: Create a simple and elegant fishtail braid

Fishtail braids are really not much different from your typical braids, only that they trail off from being thick at the top to very thin and delicate on the bottom (yes, like a fish tail). But this one feature is what makes them infinitely more elegant and romantic than the typical braids we wore in 5th grade.

How To: Avoid being a typical soccer mom

Just because you're chauffeuring the kids all over creation doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your cool factor. While it's easy to fall into the trap of typical soccer mom-dom, this video will help pull you out of the rut. You'll need car add-ons, MP3s and DVDs, a fashionable wardrobe (which doesn't need to be expensive, just expressing your own sense of style), creativity, and a portable grill. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to avoid falling into a the soccer mom trap.

How To: Make a wilderness survival shelter

In this how-to video, you will learn how to build a wilderness survival shelter. One thing you can do is use a rain poncho, blanket, or piece of plastic and make a water impermeable shelter with a rope like material. These materials could include anything like a cord or dental floss. You can build a debris hut by using a large stick leaning against a tree. Stack many other sticks around this large stick, and then pile up debris such as dirt or leaves to build up walls. Once the structure is b...

How To: Pluck your eyebrows with some simple tips

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to pluck the eyebrows. Users will need a pair of tweezers and manicure scissors. To reduce the pain, users can use an ice cube to numb the area, use a dental numbing gel or use a hot towel to open up the pores. The eyebrow should begin at the corner of the eye and nostril. For your arch, it should line up with the nostril and pupil. The length of the eyebrow should begin at the outer corner of the eye and nostril. This video will benefit those viewers...

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