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Dental Startup Receives Another Round of Funding


Venture capitalists recently invested $14.7 million into Flossy, a dental startup, bringing its total funding to more than $17 million. The company is hoping to address the high cost of both oral healthcare and dental insurance, improving access for those who can’t afford it. Flossy offers patients a fee-for-service model in which they will pay only for those services they choose, without membership fees. Flossy contracts with local dental providers at agreed-upon, reduced rates so the savings can be passed on to patients. The company is currently operating in Arizona, New Mexico, and Michigan, with plans to expand nationwide. Click here to read more.

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