ProDrive Systems Benco Dental

April 19, 2010
Agreement allows Benco Dental to introduce ProDrive‘s handpiece and bur products to dentists throughout its  respective regions.

MONTREAL, Canada--ProDrive Systems has announced a partnership with Benco Dental, a leading dental supply and equipment distributor that services more than 39 states in the United States.

The agreement allows Benco Dental to introduce ProDrive‘s handpiece and bur products to dentists throughout its respective regions.

ProDrive upgrade turbines retrofit into leading brand handpieces and lock with the ProDrive triangular shank bur to prevent the bur from slipping and enable faster, smoother cutting, control and improved precision.

ProDrive offers a full selection of diamond and carbide burs featuring a bur-lengthening quality that allows the bur to be safely extended by 3 mm, providing smooth and precise cuts even in difficult-to-reach areas. ProDrive also offers high-speed handpieces in mini and standard with an ergonomic design and titanium sleeve to help ensure optimal performance and reduced noise levels.

"ProDrive’s innovative products offer a high-performance solution to dentists who have become frustrated with the outdated friction grip design of regular handpieces,” said Paul Jackson, vice president of marketing at Benco Dental. "We are excited about offering ProDrive to our customers, and expect it to be a leading product for Benco in 2010."

Added Richard St-Pierre, CEO of ProDrive Systems: "We are proud to welcome Benco Dental as one of our authorized distributors in America. ProDrive is experiencing rapid customer growth and our distribution through Benco Dental will support the growing demand for ProDrive. Benco Dental is a very powerful strategic partner providing ProDrive extended market reach into the loyal Benco customer base."

To learn more about how this new handpiece technology can benefit a practice, contact a Benco rep, call (800) GO-BENCO or visit Benco Dental online at

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