We believe in great experiences for dentists and their patients.

Not only do doctors have to provide high quality healthcare to their patients - they also need to run efficient businesses.

Empowering Doctors

Simplifeye empowers doctors by automating the business side of their practice. We do this by providing software solutions that digitize and improve existing processes that are core to many medical practices.

Simply put, Simplifeye allows medical professionals to focus their efforts on providing high quality health care, resulting in great experiences for patients.

"One of the hardest things in dentistry and medicine is focusing on quality while being concerned about getting more patients in the door and through your practice. Patients come back because they trust their doctor will do the right thing and always look out for their best interests. Simplifeye helps doctors focus on delivering the best possible care."

Dr. Marc Stojkovich - DMD

Our Story

Simplifeye was founded by Dr. Ryan Hungate, DDS, MS, who graduated from the orthodontic specialty program at the University of Southern California Ostrow School of Dentistry.

Prior to dental school, Dr. Hungate worked for Apple Inc. and designed the customer workflow experience currently adopted by Apple's 500 retail stores globally.

Dr. Hungate & the Simplifeye team are focused on bringing world-class technology to dental practices and changing the face of dentistry's future.

Backed by the best tech investors

First Round First Round
Indicator Ventures Indicator Ventures
AngelPad AngelPad
Uncork Capital Uncork Capital
RTP Ventures RTP Ventures
Felicis Ventures Felicis Ventures
Best New Product from
Henry Schein Henry Schein
Best of Class Technology Award
Cellerant Consulting Cellerant Consulting
2017 & 2018

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