MASSENA, New York—In an effort to support the growth in Newfoundland dentistry that is brought about by increased government focus, Tri Hawk International has brought its dental burs (drill bits). “Our burs will allow dentists to treat more patients because they cut faster, and because one of our burs can do the work of three or four other burs,” said Gustel Fischer, Tri Hawk founder and CEO. "This allows the practice to see more patients in a given amount of time."
Tri Hawk burs are designed, engineered, and manufactured in the company’s facility in Morrisburg, Ontario. Tri Hawk’s burs for oral health will be on display at Booth #20 during the 2013 Oral Health Convention, June 6-8, 2013, at Hotel Gander in Gander, Newfoundland. Most dental burs cut well in one direction only, increasing the time it takes a dentist to prepare a tooth for a filling or remove a crown. Tri Hawk's bur designs give the dentist the ability to cut in multiple directions, reducing cutting time. The burs’ durability means that additional time is saved because the dentist does not have to spend time replacing broken burs. To learn more about Tri Hawk, call (800) 874-4295 or visit http://www.trihawk.com. To comment on this subject, go to http://community.pennwelldentalgroup.com.