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This is NOT a spoof. We repeat: This is NOT a spoof. This is a real product. And God help any kid whose parents buy this torture device.
This may be the first commercial ever to deploy the hair raising, full-body cringing, flashback-inducing sound of the dental drill. Am I wrong? I can't stop shaking.
When I was a kid, my dentist convinced me that I didn't need to have anesthetic to get a cavity filled. I tried it out and he was right. The grinding feeling is a little unnerving but there is no pain until you hit the root, which most cavities never get close to.
To this day, I insist that my dentists don't numb me before filling a cavity because I hate the numb feeling that lingers after I leave the office.
So you probably could fill a small cavity painlessly. But if you screwed up, you could lose a tooth or worse. Probably a good idea to leave it to the professionals until they invent a over-the-counter way to regrow enamel.
Is it safe?
If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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