Article Summary: InBrace, the orthodontic company behind the novel Smartwire™ category of behind-the-teeth, teeth straightening, today announced the closing of an oversubscribed $102 million Series D financing by funds affiliated with new investor groups co-led by Farallon Capital Management, L.L.C. and Marshall Wace. Additional new investors included funds and accounts managed by BlackRock, Endeavour Vision, MVM Partners, RTW Investments, LP and Soleus Capital as well as funds affiliated with existing investors Vivo Capital, Novo Ventures and venBio.
InBrace is one of the fastest growing companies in the $40 billion orthodontics market. The company intends to use proceeds of the Series D financing to accelerate growth by expanding its sales force, launching new marketing initiatives, and driving further support and integration with new and existing orthodontic providers across the country.
InBrace is the first to introduce the use of the revolutionary Programmed Non-Sliding Mechanics process for moving teeth. Its proprietary Smartwire™ has been designed and fabricated with AI and Gentleforce™ Technology to deliver a superior experience that provides fast results and healthy tooth movement, while being completely hidden behind the teeth. Each Smartwire™ is personalized for each mouth and is made from a programmable memory wire that gently works behind the teeth while allowing patients to eat, drink, brush, and floss normally. InBrace is orthodontics on autopilot. InBrace moves teeth without the painful monthly tightenings or frequent changing of plastic aligners required with traditional options.
It seems impossible to put a price on finally feeling yourself, but this cost estimator will at least give you an idea of how much InBrace might cost. Remember to check with your dental insurance provider about coverage and your orthodontist about any possible payment plans.