Tooth & Go Dental Clinic Dental clinic in Manila, Philippines

Located in Manila, Philippines, Tooth & Go Dental Clinic specialises in offering dental implant and aesthetic dentistry services to overseas patients. The clinic is ranked 5-stars by Global Clinic Rating (GCR) and took the top position among clinics in the Philippines in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

The team of dentists at Tooth & Go comprises specialists in all fields of dentistry, including implantology, prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics and orthodontics. All staff have additionally received training at leading institutions in Germany.

Tooth & Go has its own in-house dental laboratory equipped with the latest Cerec CAD/CAM technology. All dental materials and equipment used at the clinic are imported from leading international companies including Straumann, Nobel Biocare and Camlog.

Treatments available at Tooth & Go include dental implants, crowns and bridges, full and partial dentures, veneers, oral prophylaxis, teeth whitening, diastema closure, root canal treatments, periodontal treatments and orthodontics.

Prices for treatment at Tooth & Go are low compared to countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the UK. For further peace of mind, the clinic provides a range of fixed price dental packages including the Smile Makeover Package which includes 12 full ceramic crowns or dental veneers, 10 days accommodation and airport pick-up.

Treatments provided

  • Dental implant - Nobel Biocare

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2. Floor Chloe Building
162 A. Aguirre Avenue
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