Dentistry is a bit of an odd profession; it's not clear what - other than money - motivates someone to spend their working days peering into people's mouths.
Current social conditions have made accessing dental services somewhat more difficult.
But be not downhearted; BorgCo engineers have a solution.
robots are Baked but as yet not widely used in the market place. This system goes a bit further.
Our product resembles a motorcycle helmet with built-in VR goggles; on the front is a mounting for the actual robotic mechanism. A cable connects to the power/control unit which contains a backup battery so that in the event of a power failure the operation can be completed. There's provision for high-speed data connection via hardwire or cellular network.
Simply don the helmet and open your mouth, then use the joysticks to guide the selected tool - co-mounted with a stereoscopic camera and light source - towards the offending tooth.
You can "do it yourself", or leave it to a remotely-located dental practitioner to do the work; you can even get a friend, with a suitable VR headset, to carry out the job.
Ideal for those in remote and/or uncivilized areas without ready access to prompt dental intervention; oil rigs, arctic bases, space stations, france...
There's a VR simulation to allow users to acquire some minimal competence before commencing operations.
There's an optional module that allows local nerve-block anesthesia to be administered. It's quite remarkably expensive, but interestingly all those who have tried the equipment without that part invariably call up and order it extremely quickly after their first trial run.
The usual BorgCo "fair usage" and disclaimers apply, of course.