P4000 instead of P10000 for wisdom tooth removal + consultation using Digital Intra-oral cameras at Infinite Smiles
- Dr. Annalyn Chua is a graduate of Centro Escolar University
- Uses state-of-the-art technology
- Located in the heart of Ortigas
- Groupon valid for 4 months
- Limit 4 Groupons per person per visit
- Appointment required, call +632.722.2391
- 48 hours cancellation policy or Groupon is forfeited
- Clinic Hours: Monday to Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
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The first wisdom tooth extraction dates back to 1896, upon
finding out that a super secret espionage agency implanted special microchips -
called molar panels - into the wisdom teeth to harness the sun's energy to
impose smiling during awkward situations. Defeat the cabal with today’s Sweet
Deal: P4000 instead of P10000 for wisdom tooth removal + consultation using
Digital Intra-oral cameras at Infinite Smiles.
Since 2007, Infinite Smiles has been forming countless spotless concaved lines in the dental department. A drop-by to the clinic grants smile-conscious beings a beautification session for their pearly whites. Dr. Annalyn Chua, who graduated with a degree in Orthodontics and Oral Surgery, operates the clinic on a steady platform of compassionate and all-encompassing care. The tooth associate is well-trained to work on all kinds of teeth -- from the smirks of the laid-back beer drinkers to grins of the truly oral-conscious business officials, Dr. Chua knows how to examine chompers and treat them the way they should be by providing personalized dental care to its patients. Infinite Smiles prides itself in its range of premium takes on General Dentistry services, such as oral prophylaxis, dental fillings, root canal therapy or teeth whitening, or more intense procedures such as orthodontics, and oral surgery, which includes the removal of impacted molars.
For this Sweet Deal, brave holders may have their third molar or wisdom tooth removed by the talented dentist. Before any extraction, the highly-trained toothenator will swab a general anesthesia to the area where the tooth will be extracted, ensuring a swift and less painul de-crowning. The soft pillows known as gums, as well as any concealed bones, will then be parted before finally pulling out the tooth. Afterwards, the torn pillows will be stitched back in place and an extra padding of cottony gauze will be placed over the wound to alleviate the swelling.