A dental drill is like a hobby rotary tool on steroids. Its shrill whine can make grown men want to run away, crawl under a table and curl up into the fetal position. If you're like us, situations like this make you think: "That's just awful. How can I harness this power for my own benefit?"
Our dental drill, using real-life sound samples, starts off with a menacing whine as the long, needle-like drill bit spins up. As the phone is tilted, the pitch builds to a shrieking fury until the drill is level, at which point the whine is punctuated by the piercing squeal of the bit making contact.
Kids, think of Dentist Drill as an adult repellent. Most of them have learned to hate that sound. Won't bother you a bit. It's like the opposite of those devices that make teenager-repelling noises.
If you're an adult, you might be able to use Dentist Drill to desensitize yourself to that hideous sound. Good luck with that.
New Update! Shards of broken teeth now spray from drill bit on contact.