The dental implant system developed by this Harrogate company uses titanium fixtures that are placed into the jawbone to support crowns, bridges or dentures. Its has fewer than 250 components, compared with the 2,000 used by many competitors, and the company recently launched a new type of implant that integrates more quickly with bone. Backed by MMC Ventures, Delta Partners and Medtronic, the firm has had more than £20m in investment since it was launched in 2000. Neoss is led by chairman Mike Dormer and chief executive Neil Meredith, and its sales have grown 78% a year from £2.1m in 2005 to £11.8m in 2008, when it reported a loss.
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