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Dentist's Drill Cozy

making dentistry fun !!
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The latest in our line of patient-friendly tools, designed to put people at ease while in The Chair, is the cute and cuddly 'Mossie the Mosquito'.

Just fit the drill inside the body of the 54x-size, friendly critter, attaching the extension rod through the mouthparts, and you're all set to give Mr.Tooth-Decay a good drubbing.

The whine of the pneumatics combined with the exhaust-powered fluttering wings are guaranteed to provide patients with an experience they'll never forget, especially if they've had a good dose of nitrous from our 'Larry the Leech' anaesthetic mask.

Ollie the Octopus chair-restraints sold separately.

FlyingToaster, Aug 17 2011

Facehugger http://stars.ign.co...s/840/840131p1.html
You should already know this [Whistlebritches, Aug 17 2011]


       What with his, and a small amount of an Ergot derivative added to the local anaesthetic and a "trip to the dentist" takes on a whole new (and terrifying) meaning,
8th of 7, Aug 17 2011

       To really round out the experience, consider a "Freddy the Facehugger" anaesthetic mask. A properly engineered tail would ensure that the patient would remain still and not try to bolt for the door. Come to think of it, a sufficiently constrictive tail would eliminate the need for anesthetic. But then the mosquito would be pointless... oh, forget it.
Whistlebritches, Aug 17 2011

       No, no, don't stop there, you're on to something. C'mon, don't give up so easily.
8th of 7, Aug 17 2011

       What's a facehugger?
daseva, Aug 17 2011

       Something that was invented by Valve Software.
skinflaps, Aug 19 2011


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