Former Invisalign execs raise $13M, unveil OrthoFX teeth aligners

Clear aligner therapy company OrthoFX raised $13 million to roll out a new digital care platform, a dentist-centric financial model and emergency aligners.

OrthoFX was founded by a coalition of former Invisalign and Philips Sonicare executives in June 2019. It announced its launch of new technologies and services July 22.

The company's new FXOnTrack platform, which provides patients with a new aligner for every week, allows for virtual consultations, remote monitoring, sensor tracking and clinical support. OrthoFX also launched its "rescue" aligners for patients who forget to wear their aligners daily and a new financial model in which dentists are paid within five days of beginning OrthoFX treatment with a patient.

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