TBS Dental first opened its doors in 1992 as a manufacturer of Dental Instruments 

The company strived to create fine quality products and provide dentists around the world with their traditional, everyday dental supplies. However, when current CEO Haseeb Sajid Malik and President Hassan Malik took over the reins of their family business, they brought a fresh and revolutionary mindset to the business model. 

The team of brothers grew up watching Shark Tank, which planted an unshakable desire to innovate and create something the world had never seen. After studying the fundamentals of business during their college years in New York City, the dynamic duo followed their father’s footsteps and chose to immerse themselves in the groundwork of dentistry and dental instrumentation. As they dove into studying the clinical use of instruments, they began to question the why’s and how’s.
CEO Haseeb Sajid Malik
President Hassan Malik

Decades had passed, but the field of dental instrumentation continued to lack innovation and design. Haseeb and Hassan dedicated their years to rigorous research and development before inventing a simple yet brilliant solution for dentists: the U.S. patented FRINGS, or forceps with spring.

Over the years, TBS has designed and devised a number of contemporary, state-of-the-art instruments with the intent of modernization. The brothers have dually transformed TBS into a powerhouse of innovation and excellence with one goal in mind:

Make dentistry as efficient as possible

Fastest growing startup in dental instrumentation

From knocking on doors in the city of New York to evolving into a high-powered dental instruments hub, TBS Dental today has over 250 employees across its operations. They have expanded their reach internationally, garnering unimaginable KOL’s and a loyal clientele across the globe. TBS has paved its path to becoming the fastest growing startup in dental instrumentation and hopes to continue flourishing in the dental world while creating groundbreaking and timeless dental products.