Yeah, my name is Scrivello. What's it to you, kid?
The revving of an old, rusted, antique drill reaches your ears as soon as you enter a small room, which is only now occupied by the dentist, a nervous-looking Blumaroo in a dental chair, and yourself.
The first thing you notice a the pattern on the walls. At first you believe it's just wallpaper, but soon you come to realize that the small red dots are none other than blood stains speckled across the wall.
Now, this will only hurt a little, the dental practitioner asserts, a coy grin rising to cover his features.
The D.D.S. pulls out a crude inhaler filled with nitrous oxide. Soon after using the device, he begins to cackle, plunging the drill into the poor Neopian's mouth. Small chunks of gum fly everywhere as the Blumaroo lets out a sharp shriek of horror.
After a couple minutes, the drill is turned off, and the Kyrii shrugs, rubbing his forehead.
Listen, stranger, I'm busy here. If ya got somethin' to ask, ask it.
You seem to be much too frozen with terror to reply, staring blankly at the nearly convulsing Blumaroo. The dentist's narrowing eyes and furrowing eyebrows, however, force you to find yourself capable of stammering out a sentence.
I- I am interested in s-setting up an appointment for one of my pets, you state, quite nervously. Sweat begins to run down your forehead.
Oh you are, are you?"
Scrivello gets up from the stool, a few droplets of blood running down the front of his otherwise pristine white uniform top, and totters over to his desk to pick up a notebook.
Wha's your name, kid?
guest, you squeak.
Scrivello smirks in a maniacal sort of way.
guest , eh? Well, welcome to my office and have a looksie around, will ya? I can take care of you next.
Scrivello points a rusted drill at you and states:
Got any more candid pictures of me? Send 'em to Statedglory."
Patient #1JakeOhEight. || Diagnosis: Has a terrible overbite; roof of mouth has holes where lower canines are coming in. || Treatment: Barbed wire braces and sugar-coated rubber bands.
Patient #2Riinoko. || Diagnosis: Decaying teeth. || Treatment: A sugar toothbrush was given to the patient as well as an intensive rinse down with sugar water.
Patient #3Shrimoy. || Diagnosis: Teething. || Treatment: Brushed the few erupted teeth with a hard-bristled toothbrush and a little bit of mouthwash to prevent tooth decay. Recommended a salt-block pacifier.
Patient #4Quesei. || Diagnosis: Chipped fang from devouring a lookup. || Treatment: Proceeded to ensure the claim with a sledge hammer. Exposed a nerve. Reconstucted the fang with plaster.
Patient #5wawasik13. || Diagnosis: Major cavity due to sugar intake. || Treatment: Probed the cavity with a tootpick before dismissing it as 'nothing to worry about.'
Patient #6Rifiuto. || Diagnosis: Cavity from eating an Almost Gummy Rat. || Treatment: Tried to compensate by having the patient eat ten Gummy Rats. Pulled the tooth above the aching one. Scheduled a follow-up appointment six months later.
Patient #7screampler. || Diagnosis: Cavity. Plain and simple. || Treatment: Shoved an ear pick into the cavity, cut off the extra, and sent the patient on his way.
Patient #8tearsofblood999. || Diagnosis: Four cavities. || Treatment: Drillings conducted with a cork removal device, and holes were filled with quick-dry rubber cement.
Patient #9Deryil. || Diagnosis: Teeth need to be cleaned weekly. || Treatment: Plaque removed via nail file. Brushed teeth with sugar-based toothpaste.
Patient #10Drauni. || Diagnosis: Single cavity. || Treatment: Poked tooth with a blunt metal object five times before removing the aching tooth with a string connected to a door handle. Replaced missing tooth with a wooden one.
Patient #11Aindore. || Diagnosis: Vampire fangs. || Treatment: Blunted fangs with sand paper. Smoothed the teeth out with a power tool. Did not use any sort of sedative.
Patient #12xXpatternXx. || Diagnosis: Tongue aggitated by scraping against fangs. || Treatment: Speared rubber, neon-yellow bouncy balls on fangs to cover tips. Taped tongue back to roof of mouth.
Patient #13dark_phantom_dreams. || Diagnosis: Foul smelling back molar which seems purple in coloration. || Treatment: Removed the molar with a staple remover. Painted the tooth with white out. Replaced tooth with super glue. Stapled air freshener to nose.
Patient #14fancy2885. || Diagnosis: Baby teeth. One loose. Two with cavities. || Treatment: Removed loose tooth with a spatula. Disgarded cavity-filled teeth. Replaced said teeth with glued-in sheep teeth.
Patient #15Gizarak. || Diagnosis: Tooth coming in at wrong angle. || Treatment: Performed surgery to take out the tooth. No sedatives needed. Re-placed the tooth facing the correct direction. Sewed up the gums around it to keep it aligned.
Patient #16Mathiona. || Diagnosis: Loose permanent teeth. || Treatment: Chiseled out the loose teeth with a pick. filled the holes left with rubber cement. Added sparkles to the cement.
Patient #17Rizzoki. || Diagnosis: Growing tooth, though is a bird species. || Treatment: Prodded tooth before knocking it out with a paperweight. Placed the tooth in a jar and sold it on Ebay.
Patient #18Malataria. || Diagnosis: Bad breath. Dead molars. || Treatment: Placed mint toothpicks in between teeth to help the smell. Poked molars with left overs and they collapsed into muck. Did not allow patient to rinse mouth.
Patient #19Ryfeu. || Diagnosis: Faulty wiring in mouth. || Treatment: Rinsed mouth with water, placing rubber gloves on. Opened a panel, causing sparks to fly due to water. Sewed up wires with steel thread. Placed a magnet on the roof of the mouth.
Patient #20Fishi. || Diagnosis: Gaps from previous dental appointments. Fangs dull. || Treatment: Filled gaps with molten lava. Sharpened fangs with a mitre saw blade. Gashed a few other teeth in the process. Pulled down fangs by adding a few brackets to the fangs and adding rubber bads to pull them into correct alignment.
Patient #21myyst. || Diagnosis: Ate superglue. Canines stuck together. || Treatment: Used a hammer to seperate canines. Chipped thim in the process. Covered exposed nerves with enamel. Used sander tool to smooth out what remained of the canines.
Patient #22elep2000000000000003. || Diagnosis: Baby teeth coming in. || Treatment: Gave patient an old wooden board for a chew toy. Patient then recieved splinters which where removed methodically with tweezers.
Patient #23Karoliya. || Diagnosis: Bad toothache from chocolate and jelly consumption. || Treatment: Removed the tooth with lobster claws. Stuffed remaining hole with cotton balls. Gave to patient some chocolate jelly on their way out.
Patient #24grundi6. || Diagnosis: Needs braces. || Treatment: Drilled screws into teeth and added brabed wire to form braces. Had to re-drill some of the holes. Did not use any pain reliever.
Patient #25xx__Neo__xx. || Diagnosis: Front fangs dislocated. || Treatment: Used Elmer's Glue to relocate fangs into their sockets. Rapped on them until they were 'stuck in' far enough. Suggested that the patient should change diet to pudding and applesauce.
Patient #26Wolire. || Diagnosis: Tooth infection. || Treatment: Used a trident to pry the tooth out. Examined it. placed it back in. Instructed patient to come back in in a week or two.
Patient #27Kayunaru. || Diagnosis: Mouthful of cavities. || Treatment: Pulled out all of the patient's teeth . . . at once. Gave the patient dentures and a Snickers bar.
Patient #28I_Need_A_home97. || Diagnosis: Toothache. || Treatment: Used his set of car keys to pry out the problem tooth. Placed a glass tooth in its place after painting it white.
Patient #29Maddy_Rae. || Diagnosis: All teeth are chipped or contain cavities. || Treatment: Replaced the missing chunks of teeth with chunks of plastic stuck on with hot glue. Removed cavities with a portable vacuum which sucked the cavities out.
Patient #30Zodriix. || Diagnosis: Punched in mouth. || Treatment: Placed in shark teeth where teeth were missing. Filled in cracking teeth with cement filling. Laughed.
Patient #31Tayuzi. || Diagnosis: Orange teeth. || Treatment: Painted teeth with toxic white paint. Gave the patient an extra two bottles.
Patient #32Sprashavik. || Diagnosis: Broke multiple teeth. || Treatment: Super-glued some chips back into place. Poked an exposed nerve and then put some duct tape over it. Filled the rest with enamel.
Patient #33Biante. || Diagnosis: Tooth wedged in gumline. || Treatment: Pulled tooth out with a few dinner knives. Placed tooth back in correctly via hammer and nail.
Patient #34Jenkens. || Diagnosis: Fish hook stuck in tongue. || Treatment: Examines tongue before pulling the hook out and placing some anti-bacterial spray on the surface. Put hook in pocket and covered tongue with water-proof Band-aids.
Patient #35Stiffia_the2. || Diagnosis: Cracked tooth. || Treatment: Used pencil to part the cracked portion a bit more as to add room to place some chewing gum. Did so to 'keep teeth stuck together.'
Patient #36Meokuch. || Diagnosis: General check up. || Treatment: Discovered a couple cavities. Drilled them out. Realigned a few teeth with a small hammer.
Patient #37Igann. || Diagnosis: General examination. || Treatment: Isolated a few teeth which did not mutate properly. Poured acid on the teeth. Covered exposed nerves with wax.
Patient #38Lil_baby_boo13. || Diagnosis: Wiggley tooth. || Treatment: Knocked tooth out with a golf club. Placed what was left of the tooth in a floss container and gave it to patient to put under their pillow.
Patient #39cyborg00921. || Diagnosis: Problems eating due to plushie teeth. || Treatment: Replaced the cotton teeth with chalk teeth, so that every time the patient bites down, a sharp squeaking sound can be heard.
Patient #40kefhghgc. || Diagnosis: Rotting teeth. || Treatment: Files down teeth with nail file without any pain reliever. Fills in chunks of missing teeth with chips of a salt lick.
Patient #41limitations_. || Diagnosis: Cavity. || Treatment: Opened up cavity with screwdriver before drilling it out with a power tool. Added pain reliever... to a cut he received from drilling. Filled cavity with mashed potatoes and covered the top with rubber cement.
Patient #42Coltzan_XXVII. || Diagnosis: Bone splintered in fang. || Treatment: After proper restraint of the client, blew air with device at semi-exposed nerve due to the injury in attempt to "clear out the area." Used laughing gas on self and mallot to re-position the bone and then a hammer to remove it. Left owner to own devices on how to safely remove the client.
Patient #43Shalenzia. || Diagnosis: Too much jelly. || Treatment: Scraped off rotting chunks of teeth with miniature screwdrivers. Chipped some of the surrounding healthy teeth. Glued in chunks of eraser where teeth chucks were missing. Shined teeth up by scraping them with chalk.
Patient #44casy652casy65270. || Diagnosis: Pain in back of mouth. || Treatment: Propped mouth open with a chunk of brick. Removed troublesome tooth with a machete before taking out two on each side of that tooth with sharp chopsticks. Patient did not recieve any painkiller.
Patient #45Effectivity. || Diagnosis: Knocked out all teeth. || Treatment: Took individual teeth lost by patient and hammered them back in with patient's own hammer. Teeth were placed back in mouth in a random order. The patient recieved a roll of gauze, soaked in hot sauce, which was stuffed in the patient's mouth to help the blood clot in mouth.
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.[ Name: Scrivello.
.[ Language: English.
.[ Translation: Elephant tusk.
.[ Nickname: Doctor.
.[ Mock: Mr. Sensitive.
.[ Pelt: Blue.
.[ Marks: None.
.[ Eyes: Red.
.[ Nose: Blue.
.[ Ears: Large.
.[ Figure: Big-boned.
.[ Faults: Insane.
.[ Tail: Normal.
.[ Species: Kyrii.
.[ Brush: Mutant.
.[ Gender: Male.
.[ Age: Late 20's.
.[ Type: Loner.
.[ Accessories: Pencil behind left ear.
.[ Mood: Stygian.
.[ Personality: Sadistic.
.[ Owner: Fizie.
.[ Siblings: None.
.[ Love: None.
.[ Fate: Asphyxiates on nitrous oxide.
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