Neoss has developed a dental implant system that uses titanium roots placed in the jawbone to support an artificial tooth that should last a lifetime. The company claims that it supplies thousands of clinics and hospitals, mainly overseas. Backed by MMCVentures, Delta Partners and Medtronic, it has had more than £20m in investment since it was launched in 2000. The Harrogate company, led by chairman Mike Dormer and chief executive Neil Meredith, saw sales grow 51% a year from £4.2m in 2006 to £14.6m in 2009 when it made a significant loss.
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