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Build-a-Jaw

Monthly magazine kit
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Every month Build-a-Jaw magazine comes with a new molar to cement into place in one of the two blank jaws that were included with the first edition.

Extras include all sorts of pretend dental repair compounds so that you can practice being a real dentist and carry out fillings, polishing, root canals, add braces, fit crowns etc.

xenzag, Oct 14 2007

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       Kinda like a Bone of the Month club. Maybe you could expand to the whole skull if it got big.
rascalraidex, Oct 14 2007
  

       I swear I thought this was Build-a-Jew. That would have been more interesting.
MoreCowbell, Oct 15 2007
  

       That was the working title. It didn't pass focus group though.   

       This 'bone of the month club' you speak of sounds intriguing.
Texticle, Oct 15 2007
  

       [+] If family history is anything to go by I'll be needing this eventually.
Spacecoyote, Oct 15 2007
  

       Those are exactly my sentiments [Spacecoyote], and were very much in mind following a recent visit to my dentist.
xenzag, Oct 15 2007
  

       As long it's not a rip-off like all the other monthly collectors magazines; Issue 1 costs only 99p, all subsequent issues costs £4.99. Keep it fair, and you've got my bun. And my subscription fees.
jtp, Oct 15 2007
  

       would the magazine have articles like "10 steps to build a perfect smile!" or "When lockjaw strikes!"   

       Kinda reminds me of Build-a-Bear workshop. Maybe there could be a retail store for the dental enthusiast.
rascalraidex, Oct 15 2007
  

       "Dear Build-a-Jaw,   

       I wish to complain about the quality of your "Drill Parade" article in Issue 112. Despite following the instructions to the letter no less than four times, I still have an unfilled cavity on my upper left second molar, whilst my previously pristine upper right second molar now consists almost entirely of amalgam."
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 15 2007
  

       kind of like correspondance course dentistry? couldn't bun that on principle, but if there's a disclaimer in there i'll throw you some bread. +
k_sra, Oct 15 2007
  
      
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