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Overjet, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence-powered technology for the dental industry, has raised a total of $7.85 million to improve dental care using AI.
Overjet, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence-powered technology for the dental industry, has raised a total of $7.85 million to improve dental care using AI, the company announced this week. The series seed funding was led by tech venture capital firm Crosslink Capital.
Overjet’s Clinical Intelligence Platform uses computer vision and data science to help dental organizations automate clinical data analysis to improve patient care. The company is working with some of the largest dental payers and dental group practices, Overjet said in a press release.
Payers are using Overjet’s platform to automate utilization review and fraud, waste, and abuse detection. Dental Group practices are using the platform to obtain a comprehensive clinical overview to identify key performance indicators, reduce inefficiencies, and improve quality of care across multiple locations, the statement read.
“Our goal from day one has been to improve the standard of care in dentistry. We are looking forward to working with our partners to scale our technology and efforts to achieve our mission,” said Overjet’s co-founder and CEO, Dr. Wardah Inam.
Dr. Inam, who received a Ph.D. from MIT and was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab, is heading up Overjet’s team with Dr. Deepak Ramaswamy, CTO.
“As the dental industry embarks on a digital transformation, there is a massive opportunity for companies to utilize AI technologies such as computer vision and deep learning to fundamentally improve standard of dental care for patients. We believe that Overjet has put together a premier team of technologists and domain experts to solve key challenges in the dental industry, and are excited to support the team on its journey,” said Phil Boyer of Crosslink Capital.
Overjet is one of the leading providers of AI-powered technology for dentistry. Its Clinical Intelligence Platform is used by dental organizations to improve productivity, profitability, and patient outcomes. The company was founded by experts from MIT and Harvard School of Dental Medicine and incubated at the Harvard Innovation Labs. The team is dedicated to solving the most challenging problems in dentistry to improve care for millions of patients. For more information, visit overjet.ai.