1. Smile Direct Club Prevails in Right to Bring Anti-competitive Claims in Georgia

    NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — “SmileDirectClub is very pleased with the Georgia federal court’s ruling that allows us to continue to pursue federal antitrust and constitutional claims against the individual members of the Georgia Board of Dentistry. The Georgia Board’s attempt to exclude non-dentists from taking 3D images of patients’ mouths is a transparent move to block competition and impede patient-first innovations in teledentistry. We look forward to proving our claims in court and preventing the members of the Georgia Board…

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  2. Collaborative Partnership Between SmileDirectClub and CVS Promises to Increase Access to Affordable Orthodontic Care

    SmileDirectClub and CVS Pharmacy just announced a partnership that will bring SmileShops to “hundreds” of CVS retail stores this year. “We believe it’s just a testament to the consumer’s trust in teledentistry and our business model as a leading solution for affordable and convenient smile care,” said Alex Fenkell, SmileDirectClub’s co-founder. The American Teledentistry Association believes that this market innovation will exponentially increase access to safe, affordable, and convenient orthodontic care to…

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  3. Judge Rules That SmileDirectClub Can Retry Antitrust Claims Against Alabama Board of Dental Examiners

    SmileDirect Can Lodge Ala. Antitrust Fight In State Court By Anne Cullen Law360 (April 18, 2019, 6:56 PM EDT) — An Alabama federal judge has cleared the way for SmileDirectClub to retry its antitrust claims against the state’s dental examiners board in state court. U.S. District Judge R. David Proctor on Wednesday agreed with SmileDirectClub LLC that he was wrong to dismiss with prejudice its state and federal allegations that the board…

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