Atlantis grabs $9.8m in series D:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cambridge, Massachusetts-based dental implant developer Atlantis Components has raised $9.8m in a series D financing. The round included the participation of new investor Signet Healthcare Partners as well as its existing shareholders, which include, among others ABV, CID Equity Capital and Ironwood Equity Fund. Proceeds from the financing will go towards expanding Atlantis' market presence. The company produces patient-specific dental implants using 3D digital imaging and integrated manufacturing methods.
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