Moons is working to improve access to orthodontics with its invisible aligners at affordable prices for Mexicans and Colombians. The startup uses 3D printing to create high-quality aligners, unique to each customer.
The startup offers treatment at around half the price of its competitors, making treatment more accessible to millions of customers. Moons has already treated more than 10,000 patients across 20 clinics in Mexico and Colombia.
The new funding will enable Moons to consolidate its presence in Mexico and Colombia with a further 10 offices by December. The startup is also looking to expand operations across the region, starting with Chile and Peru.
Previous investors in the company include Magma Partners, Jaguar Ventures, Y Combinator, and Foundation Capital, among others.
Moons also announced a partnership with Liverpool, a major Mexican department store, to open areas at specific branches where customers can learn more about Moons.
“At Liverpool we only work with the best brands, and we are extremely excited to be working with a team as technologically advanced as Moons that can offer state-of-the-art treatment for our clients,” said Daniela Hernandez Calderon, General Merchandise Manager at Liverpool.
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