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Nasseo, Inc. Joins BioInspire™ Medical Technology Incubator, Closes Seed Funding Round
Date:2/15/2013

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

Nasseo, Inc., a medical device company based in San Diego, CA, is pleased to announce that it has closed its $520K seed financing round. BioInspire™, a medical technology incubator that funded Nasseo earlier this year, leads the round along with an internationally renowned dentist. The Nasseo TiArray™ dental implant system, the first product based on Nasseo’s proprietary implant surface modification technology, has been developed for diabetics and smokers with poor bone healing who are seeking dental implants but have limited treatment options with today’s technology. Nasseo offers dentists cost-effective, high quality, and easy-to-use implants that significantly improve clinician productivity and expand patient care options.

BioInspire™ is a collaborative partnership between BioAccel®, Plaza Companies, and the City of Peoria, Arizona, that provides working capital and space to those companies selected and admitted per its application criteria. BioInspire™ focuses on directly addressing the challenges of commercializing medical devices by providing portfolio companies with assistance in funding, partnerships and mentorship.

Dr. Garrett Cale Smith, Co-Founder and CEO of Nasseo, says, “We are honored to be selected as a BioInspire™ portfolio company and to be identified as a medtech company that is poised for investment based upon the unmet clinical need that our enabling technology is addressing.”

Nasseo’s technology has received increasingly enthusiastic reception from members across diverse sectors of the scientific and investment community. Most recently, Nasseo participated in World’s Best Technology (WBT) Innovation Marketplace 2012, the premier showc
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