Aug 14th, 2020
What can artificial intelligence do for your practice? Quite a bit, as it turns out. Overjet has made it the company’s mission to help dentists move beyond many of their normal capabilities. They work to bring analytics and deep machine learning to the analysis of dental radiographs, explains Robert Faiella, DMD, chief dental officer at Overjet, to Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz.
August 1st, 2020
THE INTRODUCTION of artificial intelligence to dentistry (and countless other fields besides) means we’re witnessing a scientific and medical revolution in real time—and Boston-area startup Overjet, incubated at the Harvard Innovation Lab by Inam, its CEO—is among the leaders at the parapets.
July 24th, 2020
To begin, I must admit that I love what I do and consider myself privileged to have spent the last 30-plus years in the dental profession as a practicing Board-certified periodontist, lecturer, author, and serving in leadership positions with many organizations within the dental industry. But over the past several years, I have come to the realization that dentistry is at the forefront of a transformative change in our ability to deliver care in an enhanced and efficient manner.
June 2, 2020
Overjet, a startup focused on using AI to help dentists and insurance companies understand dental scans, today announced that it has raised $7.85 million in what it describes as a seed round.According to Overjet’s CEO Wardah Inam (an MIT PhD in electrical engineering and computer science), the company raised the funds from Crosslink Capital, which led its round, and E14 Fund, which “only invests in MIT startups,” Inam said.
May 12, 2020
"Dental insurers spend millions of dollars to analyze claims manually - we automate this process for them. This automatic analysis makes the review consistent and decreases the cost for payers. For dental groups, they use our platform to ensure standardization of care across their practices and identify any missed revenue opportunities using our dashboard," Inam states.