Well see, that is my point......we have access now to a flood of pin pointed information.
That is if we want to take the time to search for it.
For example, lets think about the dentist. One of the least costly dentist in my area
charges approximately $110.00 to extract a tooth. How does he go about that? Well,
basically he shoots some novocaine into the gum at the extraction site, then he takes
what is basically a pair or pliers and then he wiggles back and forth to loosen the tooth
for extraction and then he pulls it out. Then he places a wad of gauze for the patient
to bite down on and then he offers a prescription for a handful of pain pills.
In the old days, all they could do is drink a swig of whisky before the dentist pulled their tooth.
So what is the difference?
-Lack of education
-Lack of tools
If you pin point the information for the surgery and learn what you need to do AND if you
have the tools to perform that surgery, you might do a better job than what a professional
would do plus save a ton of money.
So when it gets right down to it, the only problem I see is the lack of tools.
Best start buying surgical tools and equipment.