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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.

According to surveys, the number one turn off for a date is BAD BREATH. No one likes bad breath but unfortunately, we cannot smell our own breath despite our nose just being right above our mouth.

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Jennylyn's smile perfectly matches her persona - its sophisticated, sexy, and always polished.

When it comes to dazzling smiles, trust only GAOC.

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Living in Asia can be pretty scary when it comes to health care. I know there are several good doctors and dentists in this part of the world; the problem is to find them. Furthermore, to find an affordable one.

Summer is just around the corner. And there are lots of tempting foods for us to snack on, like ice cream, popsicles, sodas/sport drinks to keep us cool during the hot summer days but are they good for your teeth.

There’s a lot of physical changes that is happening when you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that causes gum inflammation which increase the risk of gum disease that might affect the health of your unborn baby. A routine dental checkup can be done anytime during pregnancy.

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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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Sneak peek of Alden's shoot with GAOC.

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