Neoss bites off £5.5m more

Existing shareholders back the dental implant company again


Dental implant company Neoss has gained £5.5m of funding from existing shareholders to further expand its operations and advance its R&D.

The Harrogate-based company has gained further backing from existing shareholders MMC Ventures, Delta Partners., and Medtronic  as well as a number of high-net worth individuals. The company says that the additional money will primarily be used for research and development, as well as expansion of its sales network. “We are exceptionally pleased with the on-going confidence of our existing shareholders as we successfully grow Neoss toward becoming a major company in the dental implant field,” said company chairman Michael J. Dormer. Neoss can already by found in 14 countries worldwide and says its vision is advancing the science of dental implant treatment. © Crimson Business Ltd. 2009

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