It was all smiles at the recent opening of the new Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center (GAOC) at SM Fashion Hall. The ninth clinic from the group, GAOC Megamall boasts state-of-the-art equipment and services, and will cater to the patrons and professionals within the busy CBD.
Since 1998, GAOC has built a reputation as one of the renowned leaders in oral health and dentistry, not only in the country but the Southeast Asian Region. Offering the complete range of complex, yet technologically superior diagnostic and treatment systems, GAOC is a pioneer in Dental Tourism, and has positioned itself as the first "luxury" dental clinic, which places great emphasis on high-end dental care at a fraction of the cost offered by the most modern clinics in the US and Europe. GAOC specializes in implant dentistry, prosthodontics and cosmetic procedures such as crowns, bridges, dentures, and veneers.
The state-of-the-art Megamall Clinic boasts a Consultation Room, an X-Ray Room, Sterilization Room, 4 Treatment Rooms, and a Dental Laboratory to speed up the processing of results. GAOC also offers the most advanced digital dentistry. This updated technology ensures safer and more efficient treatments, while making the experience more pleasurable and comfortable for all.
Lending their support to GAOC were loyal patrons from showbiz such as Cristine Reyes, Mikael Daez, Miss World Megan Young, former Vice President Noli De Castro, Sue Ramirez and Shaina Magdayao, among others.
“For any concern, you can entrust GAOC to deliver,” shares Dr. Gan. “We offer a complete range of treatments, particularly in advanced cases of oral maxillo-facial maladies and dental implant surgery. From simple to the most complex procedures, we can assure that you’ll leave with the brightest smile.”
GAOC SM Megamall branch is located at Level 5 Mega Fashion Hall, Mandaluyong City. For inquiries and appointment schedules, call (+63) 02 725 4262 and 0917 158 4262, or email email@example.com.
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