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Grin

How AI And Remote Monitoring Are Transforming Dental Care

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While other oral care startups are trying to get between dentists and patients, Grin is bringing them closer together.

Grin has developed an A.I.-driven technology platform that combines imaging, remote diagnostics, and patient communications to cut down on office visits for the patient, save time and money for the doctor, and improve treatment outcomes.

With nearly 300 providers and more than 50,000 patients already using the platform, Grin is generating $2M ARR which represents a 4X jump over last year. Watch our webinar with Grin Co-Founder and CEO, Adam Schulhof DMD, to learn why P&G, 3M and other oral care leaders have already partnered with Grin

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