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The first time I heard about GAN ADVANCED OSSEOINTEGRATION CENTER (GAOC) dates a few years back. While watching TV, I noticed how television personalities would thank their sponsors at the end of a show.

Black and green tea greatly reduce inflammation and slows the growth of bacteria that start plague and tooth loss. Tea contains antioxidant ingredients known as flavonoids and catechins, tannin-type substances, that have an anti-microbial effect.

Cavity refers to tooth decay, which occurs when specific types of bacteria produce acids and destroys the tooth enamel and its underlying layer which is the dentin. Cavity grows bigger and deeper over time and It is important to get it treated as soon as possible.

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GAOC S Maison at Conrad Hotel has officially opened! Thank you to everyone who celebrated with us on this new milestone! :)

Visit us now at 2F S Maison at Conrad Hotel Manila! :)

The first ever Filipina and Asian to win Miss International, our very own Ms. Gemma Cruz Araneta tells us her secret on how she keeps her beauty, glow, and smile ageless.

With her confidently beautiful smile, she proved to us that timeless beauty is a statement!

What a night to remember! Definitely one for the books! A night full of surprises and showcasing of hidden talents :) Thank you Dr. Steve Mark Gan for the wonderful celebration! #gaocchristmasball2016 

#GAOCdental #IChooseGAOC

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A friend of mine once asked me this very question over a cup of overpriced watered-down coffee. Well, I’m not going to sugarcoat anything for you; besides, sugar is bad for your teeth anyway. Dental implants are something we would not consider “cheap”.

So it was my second time in the Philippines but this time I was there for some dental treatments at GAOC Dental.

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GAOC officially launched its newest clinic at St. Luke's Medical Center Global City on December 7,2014.

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What's the key to a perfect smile? Simple. Keep it natural, maintain a good oral hygiene, and the most important of all- regular visits to your trusted dentist! :)

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The only problems our charming chinito encounters are "Chinito Problems." No Dental or any Oral health problems! He only trusts the best, and GAOC is the best! So who should you trust?