A dental chair can combine the sum of all fears…pain, needles, doctors, confined-spaces and loud noises. For patients, this can be attributed to one very specific item - the century-old dental drill. Like the patient, dental professionals would prefer alternatives to this aged technology, but for very different reasons. The dental drill is inconsistent with the growing trend of biomimetic dentistry, better known as minimally invasive dentistry, where the focus is placed on preserving more of the healthy tooth structure while mitigating the decay. However, Dentavations, a Brigham Young University (BYU) spinoff, created a WaterJet that combines the desires of the patient with the needs of the Dentist.