dentist's drill


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Noun1.dentist's drill - a high speed drill that dentists use to cut into teeth
bur, burr - small bit used in dentistry or surgery
drill - a tool with a sharp point and cutting edges for making holes in hard materials (usually rotating rapidly or by repeated blows)
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A nightmarish root canal procedure without anaesthetic, which was a centrepiece of the book, is terrifying when we can hear the piercing scream of the dentist's drill as it burrows into infected teeth.
A nightmarish root canal Lilly (Odessa procedure without anaesthetic, which was a centrepiece of the book, is terrifying when we can hear the piercing scream of the dentist's drill as it burrows into infected teeth.
A nightmarish root canal procedure without anaesthetic, a centrepiece of the book, is terrifying when we can hear the piercing scream of the dentist's drill as it burrows into infected teeth.
A phobia of medical devices, such as eye exam equipment and the dentist's drill, was the source of worry for 52% of people.
After six minutes of added time, which tortured the league's oldest manager like a dentist's drill, Redknapp charged over towards 2,500 travelling disciples from the Midlands, punching the air and with a spring in his step.
A foot treadle dentist's drill elicits some of the more audible gasps among visitors.
"Only love can hurt like THIIIIIIIIIIS, only love can hurt like THIIIIIIIIIIIS" Music's answer to a dentist's drill.
THE dreaded dentist's drill could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new painless tooth treatment being made in Scotland.
While he continues work on his first EP, for the longstanding New York label DFA, he's had his far-out producer friends DJ Richard and Gobby remix "Anonymous" into, respectively, a bleak house track and a spastic industrial song, seemingly inspired by a dentist's drill. "1 don't live my life like a singer/songwriter," Bodan says.
We laugh when LeOna writes about getting a cavity filled while a sergeant pedaled a bicycle like mad to keep the dentist's drill going and we choke up when we read about a captain praying while holding a picture of his wife and baby as he prepared to go off to the front.
London, August 27 ( ANI ): Researchers have invented an elegant device invented that they claim is a pain-free alternative to the dreaded dentist's drill, plus it could give fillings a longer life.
I read later somewhere that the dentist's drill bit is usually made of industrial diamond, the hardest substance in the world, so the water must be to cool off my teeth as they get ground down.