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  • Full Name: Robert Johnson
  • Location: Manila Philippines
  • Expires: 18 days, 17 hours

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    I have heard it from people that everyone knows a friend who has had a bad dental experience in Mexico or Costa Rica, etc.

    I started this consulting business because of my personal experience in finding an international dentist, who is female and has US dental training.

    Let me give you a personal laptop presentation. I now have another SSI person (who will not be named) who received a full upper and lower mouth reconstruction using Crowns and Veneers (Caps) This client had work done 10 years ago in Canada an cost over $30,000 dollars and much of that work had to be re-done.

    Look at the dental lab mock up, using highest quality Zirconia. This work was done for approximately $4,950 CAD.

    If you are like me and can’t afford the $14,000 CAD that local dentists wanted for 2 implants and Upper Veneers, let me give you a presentation.

    My pitch is: Go to Manila, get highest quality work and with the money you save, get a 10 day vacation in to island beaches for FREE.

    This dentist and her lab, does the highest quality Cosmetic dentistry; Crowns, veneers and implant surgery.

    She was over 20 years of experience, no lawsuits against her for malpractice. She was two locations in Manila and
    she has to be better to succeed in the macho world of Manila culture.

    You can also visit: http://www.dentaltravelphilippines.com

    And search Facebook: dental travel philippines

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