Parents may remember this silly drill and fill Play-Doh set from their childhood. The idea is to mold white teeth out of Play-Doh, press them into the gums of the patient, and then play dentist. Teeth can be drilled with the plastic pretend drill and then filled with the silver Play-Doh compound, or teeth can be extracted with the dental pliers. In addition to the play factor, children can work out their dentist anxieties by reversing roles--they're the ones holding the equipment and working on the patients. It's also very entertaining, especially when children make the Play-Doh tongue squeeze out of the mouth. Set includes three dental tools and three cans of Play-Doh in colors to represent teeth, silver filling, and a person's tongue.