VideaHealth’s AI -based dental care startup raised $ 20 million in a Series A fundraiser led by Spark Capital.
The round includes participation from investors Zetta Venture Partners and Pillar VC, bringing the company’s total to $ 26.4 million.
VideaHealth provides AI -supported tools to dentists and insurers, including dental management, requirements monitoring and diagnostics tools.
Its Videa Detect program, which aims to detect and communicate dental infections to suppliers about X -rays, has not been cleared by the FDA, but the developer said the green light is thought to the coming months.
“We are on the verge of transforming the dental industry, which is seen by the caliber of investment partners such as Spark Capital and our business partnership with the world’s largest dental suppliers,” he said. said VideaHealth CEO and Florian Hillen created a statement.
“Our technology is the path to a much -needed system of maintenance.”
Another company that promotes dental care and AI training is Overjet, which advertises and $ 42.5 million Series B funding in the months of December after earning $ 27 million in Series A funding.
A major player in the digital dental health room, quip makes related care products such as toothpaste, floss, toothpaste and gum. The group gathered somewhere $ 100 million in Series B funding last year.
The use of AI for imaging for other areas of health care is growing. Yesterday, AI-powered radiology company Aidoc announced FDA 510 (k) has received approval for its manufacturer for diagnosing and testing cases of pneumothorax, or pneumonia, on X -rays.
Qure.ai, a new startup in the air, received a green light update earlier this year for an algorithm that can analyze the position of the airways using X-ray boxes.