Swift Health Systems raises $45M for invisible braces

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Swift Health Systems, makers of INBRACE, announced Oct. 8 that the company has raised $45 million in a third round of funding for the commercialization of the new brand of invisible braces.

Funding was led by Vivo Capital, Novo Holdings and venBio Partners, bringing the total raised for INBRACE to more than $70 million. The newest funds will be used to expand commercial availability through orthodontist onboarding and training, increased sales and marketing resources and demand generation programs for providers.

Using an all-digital platform, the INBRACE Smartwires are created for each patient using data captured from digital scans of patient teeth. The scans then automate various steps in the treatment processes. Dentists and clinicians remain in control during the entire treatment process.

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