Online dentistry startup SmileDirectClub is set to go public with a price set at $23 per share, a buck higher than the company had previously proposed.

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The 58.5 million shares are set to raise $1.3 billion for SmileDirectClub as it begins trading on the Nasdaq later today under the symbol “SDC.”

SmileDirectClub sells custom clear orthodontic aligners that shift crooked or out-of-place teeth. After visiting one of the company’s more than 300 locations for a 3-D imaging session or using an at-home impression kit, each set of aligners shift a customer’s teeth closer. SmileDirectClub said it takes an average of six months for teeth to reach the desired position.