The galaxy of big celebrity endorsers that comprise the growing Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center (GAOC) family graced the opening of the latest, state-of-the-art clinic of GAOC at the Ayala Malls Vertis North.
As everyone flashed their beautiful smiles with ardent fans jostling for photographs, the event showed how Dr. Steve Mark Gan is very much loved and appreciated by his celebrity clients. What’s more, with the inauguration of his newest clinic, Dr. Gan made known that he’s the undisputed leader in oral health and dentistry in the country, harnessing GAOC’s superior brand of dentistry, utilizing advanced digital dental technology, in serving people from the North, the Camanava area, and Pampanga.
As with every GAOC clinic, patients visiting the Ayala Malls Vertis North branch can expect nothing less than superb yet caring dental services from GAOC’s family of highly skilled and experienced dental practitioners, all of whom undergo continuous training abroad.
The celebrities included Jennylyn Mercado, Carla Abellana, Katrina Halili, Maymay Entrata, Edward Barber, Empoy Marquez, Matteo Guidicelli, Albert Martinez, Billy who came with Coleen Garcia Crawford, LJ Reyes, Patrick Garcia and Nikka Martinez, Sharlene San Pedro, Gabby Eigenmann, Allan K, Ruby Rodriguez and daughter Toni Aquino, Amy Perez, Vina Morales, Aaron Villaflor and Heaven Peralejo.
“The year 2018 is truly an exceptional year for GAOC,” says Dr. Gan, GAOC President and Chief Executive Officer. “Not only are we expanding across unserved areas, but we are growing our roster of satisfied clients and highly regarded endorsers.”
GAOC Ayala Malls Vertis North is at Level 3, Ayala Malls Vertis North, Mindanao Avenue, Quezon City, with tel. nos. 292-4262, 368-1838, 0917-157-4262, e-mail [email protected]
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