Orthobrain received $9 million in investor funding to help the company improve its services and expand its reach into more markets.

Orthobrain, an orthodontic growth system that helps dentists and dental service organizations (DSO) integrate orthodontics into their practices, completed a $9 million Series A funding round with investors.

CareCapital led the group of investors, which included the JumpStart NEXT II Fund and Jobs Ohio.

The funding will be used to scale orthobrain’s clinical and education services, invest in software and technology solutions, and expand its reach globally.

“Orthobrain offers an invaluable service of clinical mentoring, treatment planning, and on-demand support to dentists providing pediatric dentistry, braces, and aligner treatments,” said APA Bindusaran, executive director of CareCapital. “The services significantly boost dentist confidence, enhance patient experience, and improve outcomes.”

Founded in 2016 by Dan German, DDS, orthobrain is a dental practice growth system that helps dentists integrate orthodontics into their practice. It combines digital technology, proprietary AI, and learning systems with orthodontists’ expertise. 

“We are grateful for this group of premier investors to be supporting orthobrain’s next phase of growth,” said German, chief executive officer and chief orthodontist of orthobrain. “As patient demand for orthodontic treatment increases, we envision orthobrain becoming the go-to solution for delivering beautiful smiles worldwide.”

Photo of founder Dan German, DDS, courtesy of orthobrain