Earlier in July, US-based dental tech startup OrthoFX raised a $13 million Series A led by new investor SignalFire.
OrthoFX uses a combination of dentral brace, or clear aligner, technology and online consultation and tracking to enable dentists to treat patients remotely.
We got an exclusive look at the pitch deck OrthoFX used to bring investors on board.
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US-based dental tech startup OrthoFX raised a $13 million Series A led by VC firm SignalFire in July.
This bring total funding for the startup, which says it has been called the “Tesla for teeth” by some practitioners, to $17 million.
OrthoFX offers what it bills as state-of-the-art dental aligners, the clear, plastic teeth straighteners that fit tightly over a patient’s teeth. Patients are offered a suite of extras, including a connected case, teeth scans, and direct and digital support from doctors and the OrthoFX team. Its services start at $2,950, but can drop to $950 with insurance.
As part of its orthodontic treatment the startup says it offers a bluetooth-connected case that monitors how long the patient wears it, algorithm-driven smile tracking, and rescue aligners that can correct a month’s worth of missed treatment.
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