Dental app firm set to take bite out of online market

OralEye allows US dentists to give virtual check-ups

15th October, 2017
Mark Moore, founder and chief executive, OralEye Picture: Fergal Phillips

The Irish start-up OralEye has plans to create 30 jobs in 2018 to target the dental sector Stateside through its recently opened New York office.

The roles in engineering, marketing, design and project management will allow the Dublin-based company to reach more dentists in the US with technology it has developed, allowing them to offer patients virtual check-ups online.

The Toothpic app is live in ten US states and will be rolled out to all 50 next...

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