Tri Hawk Talking About Silent Auction

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Tri Hawk donation increases dentists' patient-handling capability.

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Our burs 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.

Tri Hawk has donated six (6) separate prizes to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) for their Silent Auction fundraiser to be held in Nashville, TN during the June 27-30 AGD Annual Meeting & Exhibits. The proceeds from the auction will help support oral health and dental care programs intended to benefit underserved populations.

The bidding should be lively once it's known that each Tri Hawk prize is a selection of Talon 12 top-shelf crown and metal cutting dental burs. Besides being able to cut the metal and porcelain of the crowns, unlike normal burs, they can cut in multiple directions.

Since the inception of the AGD/AGD foundation outreach program, more than 400 volunteers have provided over 2,300 dental procedures worth approximately $330,000 to unserved and underserved people, including homeless military veterans.

To learn more about Tri Hawk and its products, call the company at (800) 874-4295 or visit

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