Neocis announced this week that it has raised $72 million in Series D financing to continue developing its Yomi robotic system for assisting dental implant surgery.
Alon Mozes and Juan Salcedo founded Neocis in 2009, bringing more than 20 years of surgical robotics experience, including at MAKO Surgical. The Miami-based company claims that Yomi is the first and only FDA-approved, robot-assisted surgical system for the dental industry.
“As early pioneers of robotic orthopedic surgery technology, we are excited to bring robotics to the world of dental surgery,” said Neocis CEO Mozes in a news release. “This latest round of funding will allow us to expand the reach of our robotic-assisted surgical system and fuel further development of Yomi’s technology platform to deliver increased value to every dental office in the country.”