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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.

Thinking of what to prepare this V-day? We’ve got you covered! Here are the Valentine’s Day essentials:

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Have you ever wished you could have a more attractive smile?

Time to level up your smile now with GAOC's premium dental treatments and discover Gerald Anderson's secret to his gorgeous smile! :)

Take it from the beautiful Cristine Reyes! Our surgeries are painless and comfortable! We assure our patients our treatments are fast and efficient without sacrificing quality. We only do it the #GAOCDental way!

At GAOC, proper replacement is the key to a confident smile. If you have lost one or more of your natural teeth, it is important to determine the best way to replace them as soon as possible. :)

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Call me crazy but I actually LOVE going to the dentist.

It used to be the visit that even grown-ups and macho men dreaded. I know of a very brave man who was willing to face bullets  but not his dentist.

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.

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"It's only him I trust."

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One of the country's top actors only trusts one name for his dental health care - Gan Advanced Osseointgration Center (GAOC )

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"Dr. Steve Mark Gan was the first to do surgery on my teeth and it was smooth sailing, no pain. I even asked them are we done yet?