Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)s

We are located at RaE Bldg. 2nd floor Unit-C #15 Bayan-bayanan Ave. Concepcion Uno, Marikina City.
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Our clinic hours are from 8:00am to 5:00pm, from Monday to Saturday.
We offer various dental services such as:
  • Oral Prophylaxis (Teeth cleaning)
  • Restoratssion (Pasta)
  • Extraction (Bunot)
  • Dental Sealants
  • Prosthodontics (Dentures)
  • Zirconia crowns
    Oral Surgery (Odotectomy)
  • Orthodontics (Metal and Ceramic Braces)
    Invasallign Veneers (Clear braces)
Appointments are strongly urged, however, walk ins are also entertained until 3:00pm only.
Our rates depends upon the service and check up with the dentist. Cleaning, Extraction and Restoration starts at 800 php.
We accept Cash and Bank transfer only as mode of payments. We are sad to say that we do not accept health cards.
We prioritize safety at our dental clinic through strict sterilization protocols, regular equipment maintenance, and the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) for both staff and dentists.

We also still observe “No Face Mask, No Entry”.

Equipments such as Dental air humidifiers, Oral Aerosol Vacuum and Air Purificiation System and High Efficiency Particulate Air Filtration Units are also used.
Our consultation fee is 500 php only.
A child’s first dental visit is recommended by 12 months of age or within 6 months of the first tooth coming in. This is usually done with a Pediatric dentist. Our clinic can accept children with at least 3 years of age.
Yes we are! We do provide orthodontic treatments such as:
  • Metal Braces
  • Ceramic Braces
  • Plastic Braces
We also offer clear aligners or “Invasalign” retainers which are clear braces.
A typical dental appointment lasts depending on the procedure done.

Our general services such as:
  • Cleaning
  • Restoration
  • Sealants
Usually this type of services take up to 30 minutes or less.

While for Tooth extraction, this usually takes up a minimum of 30 minutes, which may extends up to an hour or more depending on the severity of the extraction.

But it is still important to talk to your dentist about this.