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How to Fix Your Broken Braces Brackets Amid Quarantine

In the Philippines, ceramic braces are getting more and more popular for patients who want to align their teeth and fix bite problems. Unlike the traditional metal braces, the ceramic ones are made of high-grade polycrystalline ceramic (in some cases, porcelain or plastic). The brackets, wires, and elastics are often clear or else colored to be the same color as your pearly whites. As a result, they are less noticeable and much lighter too. All of these while also gradually perfecting the alignment of your teeth. Though ceramic braces come with several advantages, this doesn’t mean that they are not susceptible to inconveniences that orthodontic patients also face when wearing metal braces. The brackets and wires are fragile and can be damaged when:

  • Eating sugary, crunchy, and hard-to-chew foods (such as nuts, candy, corn chips, pretzels, etc.)
  • Over-brushing (which also results in tooth abrasion)
  • Flossing incorrectly (which leads to gum tissue damage and prolonging gum sensitivity too)

If one of your brackets has broken, or your elastics are misplaced, or you’re experiencing other inconveniences, here’s what you need to do for a quick fix and keep further complications at bay:

  1. Determine what’s damaged. Due to quarantine policies, patients with minor issues on their ceramic braces are encouraged to set up a virtual appointment with their trusted dentist in the Philippines. The dental professional will be able to check the whole oral cavity, view the braces, monitor the patient’s progress, and guide them to do any changes necessary. For instance, the wire is attached but sticking out, the patient can press it gently back into position using a cotton swab. Doing so will prevent it from cutting the inside of your mouth or cheeks. In the case of misplaced rubber bands, your dentist may send you elastics and teach you how to properly place them.
  2. Strictly follow your dentist. Though you’re experiencing minor issues only, it’s crucial not to neglect the guidelines of a professional. Say you require more rubber bands, orthodontic wax, or other adjuncts to your treatment, do not resort to cheap, fake, or uncertified dental fixes. Always go for treatments guided by a professional than DIY. Your dentist will gladly mail and send the orthodontic supplies you needed along with proper instructions, while also stressing that your tools and materials must be sterile. Remember, preventing further infections/complications and maintaining the integrity of your ceramic braces are top priorities.
  3. Book an appointment. With the presence of the pandemic, dentists emphasize that dental clinics only accept scheduled visits as part of precautionary measures. For now, the urgency for seeing your dentists depends on how much discomfort you're experiencing and the degree of damage. If the bracket of your ceramic braces has come loose, remove it completely if possible and bring it with you to the orthodontist for reattachment. For emergencies that may arise aside from several loose brackets, broken wires, or missing elastics, you can call your dentist and have your concerns attended immediately.

Fixing your ceramic braces has become more challenging in the midst of COVID-19 in the Philippines. Fortunately, dentists from premium dental clinics are committed to providing oral care while also ensuring the safety of their patients. For oral health concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to professionals if necessary. Keep your ceramic braces at its best even when you’re at home!

Cleaning For Your Ceramic Braces Amid Quarantine

smiling with braces

Braces are one of the top dental procedures when it comes to straightening misaligned bites, eliminating gaps between pearly whites, and helping achieve a more aesthetically pleasing smile. One of the most common types is traditional braces. These are made of gray or metallic silver brackets and wires. It also uses different colors of rubber - making it more noticeable in one's teeth. Meanwhile, ceramic braces are also getting more popular in the Philippines as they also give the benefits of conventional braces but with a more discrete look. It is made of high-grade polycrystalline ceramic that blends into the color of the teeth. However, these ceramic braces and clear elastics are highly susceptible to color degradation.

To feel confident while wearing ceramic braces, you should maintain it clean and white just like your teeth. But with the implemented community quarantine due to the COVID-19 threat, visiting a dentist to regularly clean and adjust your braces is challenging. Many clinics are closed due to the issued social distancing guidelines and lockdown policies. To help you in cleaning and maintaining the integrity of your braces even at home, here are the following tips that you can practice:

1. Regularly brush your teeth.

This is a no-brainer but a crucial move not only to keep your braces at its best but also to maintain your oral cavity's good health. Gently brush your teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush every after a meal instead of just twice a day to prevent bacteria from building up and developing into hard-to-remove plaque. Avoid using whitening toothpaste as these usually contain strong chemicals and abrasive ingredients that may stain and damage your ceramic braces. Ask your dentist for recommendation too.

2. Floss and rinse.

Study shows that brushing can only remove about 25% of bacteria, sugar and acids in your oral cavity. There are many hard-to-reach areas and that's why flossing and rinsing with mouthwash are important. Flossing rubs off the plaque stuck between your teeth and your ceramic braces. Meanwhile, using a mouthwash flushes out stain-causing bacteria and reduces the risk of gingivitis, keeping your ceramic braces white, and your gums healthy for faster orthodontic treatment.

3. Be mindful of your diet.

Common dental braces staining agents are found in coffee, tea, hot chocolate, red foods, and curry dishes. As per dentists in the Philippines, these acidic flavor stains stick to your ceramic braces even longer and are difficult to remove especially when you consume them regularly. To prevent this, curb your consumption so you do not have to forego you favorite food and beverages altogether. It is also best to quit smoking as your teeth are compromised when in braces, and smoking or chewing tobacco only compromises them further. Nicotine also stains teeth and braces badly. Start cutting down and then quitting altogether for your ceramic braces not to go to waste.

4. Continue to consult your dentist.

Amid quarantine, dentists in the Philippines still carry out online consultation to help their patients care for their ceramic braces even at home. Don't be shy to ask your dentist for recommendations especially when oral cavity problems arise. Some are even willing to schedule appointments and open their clinics for their patients in need. Make sure you have your dentist's contact number with you. Remember, professionals know best when it comes to ceramic braces and oral health maintenance. For more tips for caring for your ceramic braces, contact Dental World today!

How to Take Care of Your Teeth After the Holidays?

white smile - veneers

We hope you’ve enjoyed the last bit of 2019 and welcomed 2020 with a bright smile! Talk about a bright smile, how are your teeth and gums after all the family gatherings, sumptuous meals, and endless flow of wine? Is your oral health still on its optimum health? If not, keep on reading as we’ve curated several tips on how to take care of your teeth after the busy holiday season.

For yellowed and stained teeth

Many of us are guilty of binge-eating and -drinking delicious food and sweet beverages. We can’t help it as the holiday season is best enjoyed by eating and drinking your favorites with your loved ones. However, there are some consequences such as yellowed and stained teeth. As per dentists, acidic food and drinks encourage more and faster bacteria buildup in the oral cavity – making way for stubborn stains, discoloration, and hardened plaque.

For eliminating the yellowish appearance of the teeth, whitening treatment will do. The dentist will use strong bleaching gels and innovative light technology to whiten each tooth up to five shades lighter. The treatment could be completed in just one visit and you can have guaranteed whiter pearly whites in an instant!

Meanwhile, for the hardened plaque or tartar caused by excessive bacteria buildup (due to sweet food, acidic drinks, and improper oral hygiene), it is best advised to avail deep cleaning treatment. The dentist will clean the teeth and gums by scraping the plaque and tartar with sterile dental tools. Then, special gels are used to polish the pearly whites.

For damaged teeth

Have you bit food the wrong way and chipped off your teeth? Or have you experienced an unexpected oral injury this holiday season? There are several dental treatments that can bring your damaged pearly whites back to its best shape.

Enamel contouring best works for minimal damage such as chipping or small gaps between teeth. The process involves a dental professional examining your affected tooth then shaping its enamel (protective layer of the tooth) to be even with the other teeth. This treatment can also correct gaps and minimal teeth misalignments.

Another popular procedure for damaged teeth is dental veneers. Dental veneers work by removing the damaged or decayed part of the tooth then covering it with artificial tooth-like material. Most dentists used porcelain veneers for the front part of the teeth as this type promises natural-looking and long-lasting results.

If the tooth is damaged completely, you can repair it with another tooth-like material. In this case, crowns. Dental crowns are designed as fixed prosthetic devices to cover a badly-damaged tooth. They can also act as a replacement tooth to fill the gap when a decayed tooth is extracted.

These treatments not only repair the damage on your teeth, they also improve the overall aesthetics of your smile.

For mouth sores

For stubborn oral sores that hinder the way you eat, drink and speak, ask your dentist for gels and ointments to be applied. However, if your mouth sores are complex and show signs of progressing to other dental diseases, your dentist may suggest oral surgery, too. It is best to consult a dentist immediately when one has persistent mouth sores to prevent further complications.

Taking care of your pearly whites, as well as your overall dental health, after the busy holiday season, is easy when you have good communication with your dentist. Set an appointment with your dentist today and begin 2020 with your best smile!

Your Guide to Dental World Manila in Centuria Makati

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Why Choose Dental World Manila in Centuria Makati?

The newest branch of Dental World Manila located in Unit 2218 Centuria Medical Makati, Century City, Kalayaan Ave. Corner, Salamanca St., Poblacion, Makati City manifest world-class expertise, fully-equipped facilities, quality procedures, excellent customer care, and low prices in all dental services that it offers. With competent and friendly professionals and staff ready to serve you at their best, you’re assured that you will get premium oral care while experiencing great customer service and paying up to 70% less compared to other clinics. It’s a win-win for your overall dental health and wallet!

What Dental Services Can You Get in Dental World Manila – Centuria Makati?

Dental World Manila offers an extensive line of dental services ranging from high-end permanent solutions to temporary cosmetic solutions. Whether you’re in need of oral health maintenance or wish for a full smile makeover, this clinic is guaranteed to meet your needs.

1. Oral and Cosmetic Surgery

From simple procedures such as tooth extractions to complex treatments like tissue removal, professionals in Dental World Manila are very gentle and reliable. Expect them to make you feel comfortable in every session while delivering your desired results.

  • Simple Extraction
  • Odontectomy (Wisdom Tooth Removal)
  • Apicoectomy
  • Alveolectomy/Alveoplasty (Removal or Trimming of Ridge)
  • Frenectomy
  • Torus Palatinus/Mandibularis

2. Dental Implants

Mount durable replacement teeth in your oral cavity! Dental implants are designed to provide you comfort, aid you in eating, drinking and speaking, and help you feel more confident for years!

  • Conventional Implants
  • Mini Dental Implants
  • Sinus Lifting Procedure
  • Bone Augmentation Procedure

3. Cosmetic Dentistry

Flash your best smile with these cosmetic dentistry procedures. Improve the aesthetics of your teeth while maintaining the integrity of your teeth surface as well as your overall oral health!

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dental Bonding
  • Inlays and Onlays
  • Dental Crowns
  • Enamel Shaping and Contouring
  • Bridges

4. General Dental Services

Let Dental World Manila provide you preventative dental care. Maintain optimal oral health while avoiding potential complications!

  • Dental Cleaning
  • Fluoride Treatment
  • Tooth Filling

5. Pediatric Dentistry

With friendly and approachable professionals, your children will enjoy dental sessions instead of fearing it! Entrust your kids’ oral health to Dental World Manila!

  • Dental Check-up
  • Teeth Extraction
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Wisdom Tooth Removal
  • Special Needs Dentistry

6. Orthodontics

Align malpositioned teeth and improve periodontal tissues, gum health and oral aesthetics with these dental procedures.

  • Braces
  • Retainers
  • Invisalign

How to schedule your appointment?

Contact us through the following numbers:

  • (632) 8287-8187
  • (632) 8998-9249
  • +63 925 778 7177 (SUN)

Or visit us at Unit 2218 Centuria Medical Makati, Century City, Kalayaan Ave. corner, Salamanca St., Poblacion, Makati City from Mondays to Saturdays, 10 AM – 7 PM. See you there!

4 Dental Implant Cleaning Tools

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Keeping your dental implants clean, fresh, and intact is easy when you know how to properly care for them and have the necessary tools to ensure long-term gum and implant health. As per dentists from the premium dental clinic in Makati, implants need similar care to natural teeth. A regular oral health routine comprised of brushing, flossing, and rinsing can already go a long way. However, this doesn’t mean that your implants don’t need special attention. Remember, although implants look like your pearly whites, they are not made of similar elements.

Dental implants are metal posts, screws, or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Once attached, the dentist mounts a replacement crown typically made of compounds such as zirconia and porcelain for restoring teeth. These materials can be scratched and these scratches may harbor bacteria and lead to infection. To prevent the attack of bacteria and maintain the quality of your prosthesis, we’ve rounded up several dental tools that you may add to your oral regime.

1. Tufted Toothbrush

Instead of the traditional toothbrush, dentists recommend tufted brushes for cleaning implants. Tufted brushes have angled neck to easily access hard-to-reach surfaces, soft bristles to gently clean the implants, and a slim brush head to focus on the implant abutments. Dentists in Makati usually have this type of brushes stored in their dental clinic for their patients. You may also order here.


2. Interdental Brush

Aside from using a tufted toothbrush, keeping a handy interdental brush is a wise move, too! Interdental brushes come in different sizes that effectively clean spaces between implants and teeth with no worries of scratching and bleeding. You can also add an antibacterial cleanser or toothpaste to the tip of the brush to aid in cleaning. Get yours here.


3. Implant Floss

There are flosses specifically made for implants. They are thicker, flexible, unwaxed and have stiff ends to avoid causing unexpected scratches and injuries in the gum tissue. However, it is important to note that you must only use them upon the direction of your dentist or when your implants are fully healed. Learn more here.


4. Oral Irrigator

If you’re not into flossing, a water pick or oral irrigator would better suit your dental implant flossing needs. It works by gently irrigating your prosthesis with jets of water to clean them thoroughly. It is proven to help fight bleeding gums, inflammation, gingivitis and infection. It also prevents plaque buildup around your implant and gums. Order yours here.


These are just a few of the dental tools that you may add to your regular oral health routine to ensure long-term success for your dental implants. For additional tips and maintenance treatments to keep your implants in their best shape, visit your trusted dental clinic in Makati today!

What Happens When You Don’t Regularly Brush Your Teeth

What Happens When You Don’t Regularly Brush Your Teeth | Dental World Manila

There are some nights when you are too drunk, tired, or lazy that you go to sleep without brushing your teeth. The next day, your oral cavity feels sticky and your morning breath is worse than usual. That’s because the remnants of what you ate are still lingering inside your mouth and different kinds of bacteria are feasting on it. For just missing one of the two daily recommended brushings, millions of bad bacteria can grow overnight. If this is how fast bacteria react, imagine what would happen if you missed brushing frequently or you stop brushing for a long time! Thus, dentists from top dental clinics in Makati continuously stresses the importance of regularly brushing your teeth to avoid the following dental issues:

1. Bad Breath

Halitosis is the most common consequence of not brushing your teeth. The smell of saliva, leftover food and bacteria stay in your mouth giving off bad breath. Though people use mouthwash to eliminate this odor, it doesn’t remove or brush away bacteria that lies in your teeth, gums and gaps completely.

2. Enamel Decay

If your teeth are not brushed properly and regularly, your enamel (the protective layer of the teeth) will be prone to stains due to sugary and/or acidic food and drinks. When this happens, bacteria will feed off the leftover food and will create dental plaque. The prolonged presence of this plaque will then cause the enamel coating to break down and subject your teeth to faster decay.

3. Gingivitis

Further plaque build-up will advance to super-plaque and produce tartar that will irritate the gums. As a result, your immune system will automatically perform its inflammatory response to fight off bacteria. This will then cause the gums to become inflamed and to easily bleed during brushing.

4. Periodontitis

Having gingivitis and not brushing your teeth will then put your oral cavity at risk of periodontitis. This disease will make your gum tissues too weak that it can’t hold your pearly whites anymore. If ignored, it will also create irreversible damage such as teeth, tissue and bone loss.

5. Serious Conditions

According to , consistent poor dental hygiene can ultimately contribute to infections and health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders, stroke and possibly cancer. This is because your mouth is home to many bacteria that may enter the bloodstream and affect your overall health.

To avoid these dental issues and other severe problems, dentists in Makati reminds people to regularly practice proper oral hygiene: flossing, brushing and rinsing, Here’s how:

Are you experiencing any of the dental issues stated above? Visit your dentist in Makati today!

The Effects of Vaping to Oral and Overall Health of Millenials

The Effects of Vaping to Oral and Overall Health of Millenials | Dental World Manila

Vices are very hard to resist. Even though people know the possible danger of continuing their habits, many choose to persist. Meanwhile, others are taking steps to quit their bad habits. They control their urges, talk with counseling experts, and take prescribed medicines. On the other hand, some look for safer alternatives. Thus, the rise of vapes.

Vapes, also known as e-cigarettes or Juul, are undeniably a millennial thing today. According to surveys, millennials are taking the lead to e-cig popularity, wherein they comprise 44% of vapor smokers. But, why are they attracted to this kind of cigarette? What do they contain? What are its effects, especially to dental health? Plus, are they safe? To answer these questions, we’ve asked trusted Filipino dentists from premium dental clinics nationwide.

What vapes do?

A vape is considered a fantastic alternative to traditional cigarettes. They do not contain large amounts of tobacco and don’t produce smoke. Instead, they have a bit of nicotine (derived from a tobacco plant), lesser chemicals, and create a pleasant-smelling aerosol (due to applied juices). They are battery-powered and last longer compared to lighting traditional cigarettes and buying sticks again and again. They are also popular to millennials as they can do cool tricks with the vapor smokes and still smell good after use. Plus, they are believed to propose less harm over regular cigarettes.

What are the effects of vaping?

Let’s start at the good effects first. Vapes are a great investment for many, especially when planning to gradually quit smoking regular cigarettes. All you need is one Juul and a little amount of vape juice then you can use it whenever you want. Hence, you save money while giving up on traditional cigarettes. However, professionals warn about the harmful effects too. There are some reported cases wherein vapes overheat, crack or explode then lead to accidents and injuries. Hence, having an authentic Juul and cautiously using it is very vital.

When it comes to health, research shows that vapes are safer than traditional cigarettes (due to smaller amounts of nicotine and chemicals) but this doesn’t mean they don’t propose health risks. Filipino dentists state that the nicotine ingredient may still cause excessive oral bacteria, dry mouth, irritation and cell death. Studies also show that nicotine found in vape juices plays a role in the development of periodontal diseases, bone loss, tooth loss and tooth decay.

Are they totally safe?

According to the US Food and Drug Administration, “e-cigarettes have not been fully studied, so consumers currently don’t know the potential risks of e-cigarettes when used as intended, how much nicotine or other potentially harmful chemicals are being inhaled during use, or whether there are any benefits associated with using these products.” However, ongoing clinical studies show that even the small amount of nicotine found in vape juices can still cause and worsen disorders. Plus, there are still cases of exploding e-cigarettes up to this day. Hence, Filipino dentists, remind vapor smokers to be cautious and check on their overall health.

The Bottom Line

Quitting vices is hard, that’s why alternatives easily attract us. But we have to be careful, ask for expert advice, and check our health first before risking ourselves to temporary reliefs.

Dental Clinic in Manila: A Dental World Experience

Dental Clinic in Manila: A Dental World Experience

So I was thinking of doing a blog review today and I thought that this blogpost will be very helpful for people having a hard time looking for a good Dental Clinic in Manila. It took me 3 months to decide on which Dental Clinic to visit after I moved from Bicol.

When I was still a kid, I was really scared of the dentist, but my parents never stopped forcing me to visit the clinic almost every quarter of the year. They decided to look for a new dentist when I was in grade school because they realized that it’s never going to work out between me and my previous one. So my new dentist that time was the one who helped me overcome my fear and also keep my teeth healthy.

Last 2015, I moved to Manila and it was hard for me to look for a good and trusted dentist. I was very reluctant in visiting a new clinic with a different dentist.

Side note: I guess you’re wondering why I always have to visit the dentist. I don’t have super perfect teeth but I always want my teeth to be healthy and clean. I always brush my teeth but, going to the dentist regularly to have like a major cleaning is a good practice.

These past few months, I’ve been very busy with work and I didn’t really have the time to visit my home province. (and I’m sure in the coming months it will be harder for me) I decided to look for a good dental clinic in Manila. I was looking for a complete dental shop. I had 3 choices in mind, GAOC, Dental World and CAD. I’ve read a lot of positive reviews on these clinics.

Few months ago, my sister visited Dental World to have her teeth checked by a Cosmetic Dentist, and her feedback was good. The services are a little pricey but I think having a healthy and beautiful teeth is a good investment so I decided to have my teeth checked at the nearest Dental World clinic.

They have 5 clinics in Manila:

  • St. Luke’s Medical Center – QC
  • SM City North EDSA
  • Glorietta
  • SM Mall of Asia
  • Centuria Medical Makati – Opening Soon!

My location is in Makati so I went to their Glorietta Branch. I really like how they treat their patients. So after my consultation, I visited their clinic once a week for my first month to have my teeth checked. I would recommend this clinic because they really take good care of your teeth.

I finally found a new trusted dental clinic and dentist (Dr. Mendoza) here in Manila. Thank you Dental World!


Dental Clinic Gears Up for Medical Tourism

Dental Clinic Gears Up for Medical Tourism

This down-to-earth man with a perpetual smile on his face has established himself as one of the country’s respected and well-known dental practitioners.

Travelers, especially balikbayan, OFWs and local clients have recognized the superior quality of the cosmetic dentistry in the country. It is not surprising to see patients jetting in to his clinics all over Metro Manila for a "smile-makeover holiday."

"Healthcare costs which have skyrocketed in the developed world have led the adventurous medical tourists to look for dental clinics and hospitals in the country that have topnotch doctors, high-tech equipment and competitive costs," says Dr. Malony Santos.

The dental clinics of Santos, who has several years of experience in dental clinic operation and administration, are gearing up to compete in the lucrative medical tourism market.

In its bid to get a slice of the growing market, Santos has put up a world–class dental healthcare complex that can serve hundreds of patients annually.

And consistent with its thrust on healthcare promotion, the M. L. Santos Dental Cosmetic and TMJ Center has launched several dental health promotion programs.

"Our clinics have established cutting-edge dental health services in the areas of dental cosmetics, implantology, prosthodontics, orthodontics, TMJ-orthopedics and general dentistry," Santos said.

"We bring good smile to life" is the motto of Santos’ clinics, which can complete "smile makeovers" in as least seven days, making it convenient for foreign travelers, especially balikbayan on a visit, to achieve superior results at a reasonable price.

The dental clinics offer integrated, specialized and customized treatment and care using a unique multi-discipline approach.

Clients are given the utmost comfort, including complimentary pick-up and delivery during their entire visit and assistance with their travel and hotel arrangements.

Santos said his clients experience the world-famous Filipino hospitality, just as in Filipino homes and five-star hotels.

"We deliver the one thing that people want in healthcare but don’t expect to get — service," he added.

Santos’ clinics boast of 15 doctors at a time, all of whom are experts in their respective fields of specialization, and an efficient allied medical and administrative staff.

The M. L. Santos Dental Cosmetics and TMJ Center recently inaugurated its Makati branch along Buendia Avenue.

Crafting Smiles in Celebration of Life

Have you ever wished you had those pearly whites to flash your priceless smile with? Fret no more for Dental World Manila is the answer to your silent prayer.

With over two decades of crafting a smile that is not only healthy but also promotes a high sense of well being, we at Dental World Manila provide our patients with an exquisite dental experience. Located strategically at the heart of the metropolis, Dental World Manila combines the latest state-of-the-art technology with superior service that is the signature smile- solution-provider we have meticulously maintain and continue to challenge the way we live.

Headed by Dr. Malony L. Santos of the premier hospital in the Philippines, St. Luke’s Medical Center, Dental World Manila is your one-stop-destination for extensive and ultra specialized dental treatments such as cosmetic dentistry, TMJ, periodontics, among others.

We can clean your teeth, repair dentures, remove painful wisdom tooth and perform other routine procedures to improve your dental health: We can also design the smile you’ve always wanted with cosmetic dentistry treatment, remove stains with teeth whitening, replace missing teeth with dental implants and straighten crooked teeth with clear braces.

Our experienced staff will make sure your visit is as pleasant and relaxing and enjoyable as possible: we listen attentively to your concerns, and recommend necessary procedures to deliver the desired results you want.

With our expertise and experience, you can trust our dentist to give you only the highest standard of dentistry. More often than not, there is more than one way to treat a problem. At Dental World Manila, we don’t make assumptions about what our patients want. That’s why every time we take the time to discuss your concerns and expectations. Our patients receive comprehensive examination and diagnosis of their dental conditions and are then provided with a range of options by their dentist. This is so that you are in control of what happens to your mouth.

Most of our treasured clients include celebrities, high-profiled personalities, and politicians, the who’s who on the elite list, as well as returning OFWs, and foreign tourists who have found more reasons to smile: an impeccable service sans an unexpected jaw-dropping bill after the visit. While it’s true that most Filipinos would be shocked to know that a simple adjustment procedure would cost about $100 to $200 in the Unites States, foreign travelers would be pleasantly surprised to realize that dental treatments in their country are reduced relatively to almost one-third in the Philippines.

Perhaps the perfect best-seller is the fact that most of Dental Manila’s pool of resident dentists are trained and calibrated abroad, bringing with them extensive experience in dental care on the table, coupled with the fact that the latest innovation is integrated in our very own laboratories. This simply means that you can have that crown on your teeth conveniently on the same day of the visit.

The Genesis: The evolution that caused a revolution

A consolidated brand name of 3 dental centers with Dr. Malony Santos at the helm, the first MLS Dental Clinic was established in 1996 at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Quezon City, where Dr. Santos began his professional practice; the second called ML Santos Dental Cosmetics and TMJ Center was established ten years later at the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City with a friend of his now based in Australia; the third is the Glorietta Dental Center in Makati, which Dr, Santos acquired from a practicing dentist who immigrated abroad. By July of 2012. Dr, Malony placed the three clinics in just one name (with the trademark “Dental World Manila“).

Keeping true to the vision of making patients smile, the growing number of clientele is just one proof to the testament of dental-care dedication paired with utmost professionalism through exceptional quality of value-for-money services. In line with the tradition of infecting the world, one smile at a time, we at Dental World Manila is pleased with the rave reviews from patients who are happy with the Dental World Manila’s way of doing things.

Our Services

From children to adults, we offer an experienced handling in a variety of dental problems: from painful tooth decay to crooked teeth to chipped or missing teeth to even as far as getting rid of the stains from coffee, cigarettes and tea. We also specialize in cosmetic dentistry services such as dental implants for missing teeth, porcelain veneers to conceal chipped, stained or crooked teeth, dental crowns for cracked teeth, as well as teeth whitening for a brighter smile.

Cosmetic dental surgery can not only improve your smile but can also boost your self-confidence. The highly experienced doctors and friendly staff are expected to provide a full range of cosmetic and restorative dentistry services, from whitening and bleaching to dental implants, as well as general dentistry services such as root canals and treatment of gum disease and jaw disorders.

To ensure the highest level of safety and precision, we at Dental World Manila collaborates with specially trained surgeon who places the dental implant , as well as top anesthesiologists and orthodontist in the confines of the our very own operating room.

Dental Tourism

We at Dental World Manila delivers the promise of dental tourism like no other by facilitating hassle-free appointments online, which is ideal for foreign tourists who’d like to maximize their vacation in the Philippines. We make sure we provide utmost care, comfort and convenience: our special tie-up with resorts and hotels will eliminate stress in planning your trip with just a click of your fingertips. We are a stand-alone ultra-private facility with all the amenities of a five-star establishment. Our private rooms and private post-care accommodation are all in one roof. With guarded gated entrances and exits, highly-secured parking spaces to ensure complete client discretion.

We guarantee you that with just one trip; you can start your journey toward a happier, healthier smile. Remember: a smile is the light in your window that shines radiantly back into the world. Get insecure no more: always bear in mind that you are not completely dressed unless you wear a smile. We at Dental World Manila, we provide everyone with an opportunity to smile better: a better set of teeth simply means a better you, a better life.

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