Subscribili secured $4.3 million in funding from investors for its personalized subscription-based dental care model.

Subscribili, a startup offering personalized subscription-based dental care, has secured $4.3 million in seed funding. This investment, led by Darby Group Companies and supported by Vyne Dental, is also backed by other figures in the dental and technology industries, according to the company.

Subscribili’s approach aims to simplify the complex and costly process of accessing dental care. This funding will accelerate development within the company to focus on technological advancements, new products, and the expansion of strategic partnerships within the dental sector.

Subscribili creates personalized subscription plans with an aim toward affordability to provide a better patient experience. The company’s software allows patients to access subscriptions covering preventive care and reduced pricing on other treatments and services. Providers can manage their subscriptions, enroll new patients, and track metrics all in one place with our products.

Subscribili’s model is designed to simplify dental care delivery and improve accessibility for consumers. For dental care providers, the subscription model can offer a stable and recurring revenue stream, according to the company.

“Subscribili’s subscription management technology allows patients who are uninsured or underinsured to access quality dental care,” said Frank Massino, president of Darby Group Companies. “Subscribili’s mission aligns perfectly with Darby’s long-standing commitment to provide value for our customers while working with partners to improve oral healthcare throughout the patient community at large.”

The company also announced a partnership with Vyne Dental, which has launched Vyne Dental Plans. The collaboration is designed to streamline workflows, improve revenue collection, and lower expenses for both insurance-based practices and practices moving to a focus on fee-for-service.

“Our vision is to elevate the patient experience by integrating consumer-centric approaches into dental care,” said Sudha Vetri, chief executive officer of Subscribili. “We’re building a dynamic marketplace that caters to patients, providers, and employers alike. With our EHR/PMS integrated subscription platform, Subscribili is uniquely positioned to disrupt and redefine dental care, making quality care accessible to all.”

Photo of Subscribili CEO Sudha Vetri courtesy of Subscribili