dentist's drill

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a high speed drill that dentists use to cut into teeth


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The traditional dental drill made awful noise, this is much better.
During surgery, the dental drill became loose and slid down her throat, causing the patient to swallow it.
We have American inventor George Green to thank for the creation of the first dreaded dental drill - a pneumatic tool powered by a pedal bellows - in 1875, and the ancient Chinese (again) for the existence of the toothbrush and toothpaste.
Haydn Burgwyn, who is organising the collection of memorabilia, said: "We have already salvaged many items, including a brass microscope and a 1940s dental drill, but we still need anything that people are happy to donate to the project, including nurses' uniforms from the different decades.
The dental drill hitting an under-novacained nerve.
Similar to a dental drill, the tool was not originally designed for rework, but it is ideal for it.
Meanwhile, a mouth's owner remains blissfully unaware of the assaults and counterassaults, unless the acid actually carves out a cavity that needs a dental drill.
The first dental drill dates back to the first century A.
We got airborne there,'' says the lanky 44-year-old dentist from Benica as he guides his car through each turn with the precision of a dental drill.
The makers also hope it will allay the fears of children who will eventually never encounter a dental drill.
8220;Because air abrasion produces significantly less heat, pressure, sound and vibration than a standard dental drill, patients experience much less discomfort,” says Dr.
8) This technology consists of a device approximately the same size as a standard dental drill.
If you are worried, the vet can use a dental drill to burr down the teeth which is safer than the normal clipping technique.
GREY walls, tummy flutters and the gentle humming of a dental drill is about to become a distant memory for millions of anxious patients.