GAOC on expansion mode – Manila Standard
Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center (GAOC), one of the best dental clinics in the Southeast Asia, is on an expansionary mode with opening of two new clinics: at the exclusive S Maison in Conrad Manila, and at the SM Seaside in Cebu, their first foray outside of Metro Manila.
To date, GAOC has seven state-of-the-art clinics all in strategic locations, each one driven by the desire to provide quality dentistry for every Filipino.
Even as the GAOC Group continues to grow, they ensure that a philosophy of excellence is carried through in every new branch they open. For one, only a caring team of leading professional dental practitioners—all of whom undergo regular training here and abroad—are employed in all their locations.
This is then supplemented by the most advanced dental technology and facilities available today.
Finally, the mark of every GAOC clinic—what makes them stand out from the rest—is its sleek, pristine, and modern interiors that make every visit truly a pleasant and relaxing experience.
This phenomenal growth of GAOC and its world-class dental care can be attributed to its founder, president and CEO, the visionary Dr. Steve Mark Gan, who has as of late forged partnerships with top clinics in Singapore, Taiwan, and Italy. Plus, having a renowned, 16-year dental practice under his belt, Dr. Gan continues to strive for innovation and distinction, and is very much a trailblazer in the field, with the ultimate goal of bringing the local dental practice—in particular dental implant surgery—to global standards.
No doubt, as GAOC forges ahead, it lives up to its credo of “More than a smile, it’s a statement,” proof of which are his numerous satisfied clients, many of whom are the country’s top stars and celebs. But you, too, can avail of GAOC brand of dentistry by scheduling an appointment and visiting a branch near you.
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