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Steve Mark Gan

Chairman

Professional Regulation Commission

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Professional Regulation Commission

Manila,

Philippines

Company Description

Board Exam Results from the Professional Regulation Commission ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Pasay City Host Lion's Club of the Philippines


Affiliations

Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center

Founder


Academy of Osseointegration

Committee Member


ACOI - American College of Osteopathic Internists

Member


International Congress of Oral Implantologists

Member


Philippine Dental Association

Member


American Society of Osseointegration

Member


Osseointegration Center

Founder


Lion

Club Member


GAOC

Founder


Education

DMD


dental degree

The University of the East


Web References(22 Total References)


GAOC Steve Mark Gan History

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Founded by world-renowned dental surgeon, Dr. Steve Mark Gan in 1998, GAOC was the product of a consistent culture of excellence which was fostered long before he began his dental practice in a modest clinic in Binondo, Manila, fresh from his intensive training and residency in the United States.
The growing demand for the quality of his service, characterized by a keen adherence to global quality standards rarely seen in other dental practitioners at that time prompted him to establish the Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center (GAOC) in 2001. Dr. Steve Mark G. Gan The iconic founder behind GAOC, Dr. Gan personifies the ultimate profile of excellence, ambition, and passion. Dr. Gan's sterling achievements have gained him national and international recognition. He was appointed Committee Member of the Academy of Osseointegration, and is a member of the Philippine Dental Association, International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the American Society of Osseointegration, and the American College of Oral Implantology - arguably the biggest and most prestigious global dental associations. But perhaps his greatest professional role to date is his appointment as Chairman of the Professional Regulation Commission's (PRC) Board of Dentistry by the President of the Philippines, one of the youngest ever to assume this prestigious position. Copyright © 2016 Gan Advanced Osseointegation Center. All Rights Reserved.


STEVE MARK GAN, DMD | Gan Advanced Osseointegation Center

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STEVE MARK GAN, DMD
Dr. Gan's sterling achievements have gained him national and international recognition. He was appointed Committee Member of the Academy of Osseointegration, and is a member of the Philippine Dental Association, International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the American Society of Osseointegration, and the American College of Oral Implantology - arguably the biggest and most prestigious global dental associations. But perhaps his greatest professional role to date is his appointment as Chairman of the Professional Regulation Commission's (PRC) Board of Dentistry by the President of the Philippines, one of the youngest ever to assume this prestigious position. Copyright © 2016 Gan Advanced Osseointegation Center. All Rights Reserved.


GAOC Corporate Responsibility

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In 2006, Dr. Steve Mark Gan initiated a non-profit organization dedicated to provide free medical and dental assistance and treatment to the less fortunate.
The organization's projects targeted remote areas in the country which do not have access to dental clinics. Hundreds of people benefitted particularly with dental extractions, a treatment they normally could barely afford. GAOC worked with many private companies that choose to anonymity but continually provided sizeable donations. Dr. Gan is also a member of Junior Chamber International (JCI) since 1999, a worldwide federation of young leaders and entrepreneurs. He served as the JCI Chairman for Community Development in 2000 and organized free dental and medical missions in the urban poor areas in Manila. He was later elected Director for International Affairs in 2002, where he served to promote international goodwill and understanding among local JCI organizations in the Asia-Pacific. A few years later, Dr. Gan joined the Pasay City Host Lion's Club of the Philippines. He served as 2nd Vice President from 2007 to the present. It was his outstanding track record as a dental practitioner that raised the profile of his club. In 2009, Dr. Gan was conferred the "Most Outstanding Lion's Club Member." Yet perhaps Dr. Gan's greatest professional role to date is his appointment as member of the Professional Regulation Commission's (PRC) Board of Dentistry by the President of the Republic of the Philippines, and his eventual appointment as PRC's Board of Dentistry Chairman. At just 42, Dr. Gan is one of the youngest dentists to ever assume this prestigious position. Early during his term, he began working with his colleagues to better regulate and set the standards to produce world-class Filipino dentists and improve the relationship between the PRC and teaching institutions, as well as the accredited professional organizations. In addition to this, Dr. Gan also initiated an advocacy to use compressors that are oil-less, belt-less, and make less noise. This advocacy reduced noise pollution and helped conserve rubber. He has been encouraging dentist to use this through introduction of the new technology and by encouraging local dental traders to import the new equipment.


GAOC Dentists | Our Experts

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STEVE MARK GAN, DMD
Copyright © 2016 Gan Advanced Osseointegation Center. All Rights Reserved.


Dental professionals' move in Asean difficult | SunStar

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Skilled. Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center founder Dr. Steve Mark Gan, one of the Philippines' representatives to the Asean Mutual Recognition Arrangement on Dental Practitioners, says tourists from the United States and Australia come to the Philippines for dental care services because Filipinos are among the world's best dentists. (SunStar Foto/Arni Aclao)
Skilled. Gan Advanced Osseointegration Center founder Dr. Steve Mark Gan, one of the Philippines' representatives to the Asean Mutual Recognition Arrangement on Dental Practitioners, says tourists from the United States and Australia come to the Philippines for dental care services because Filipinos are among the world's best dentists. (SunStar Foto/Arni Aclao) THE implementation of the seamless flow of dental professionals in the Asean region may take some time as members of the economic bloc are still apprehensive about accepting foreign dental professionals to practice in their respective countries. "It's a tricky situation right now. It may take some time," said Dr. Steve Mark Gan, one of the country's representatives to the Asean Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) on Dental Practitioners. Gan was referring to the Dental MRA that was signed by member economies of the Association of Southeast Nations (Asean) in March 2009, which is reportedly facing difficulties in terms of implementation progress because of differences in national regulations, among other factors. The MRA will facilitate the mobility of dental services professionals within Asean, enhance exchange of information and expertise on standards and qualifications, promote adoption of best practices for professional dental services and provide opportunities for capacity building and training of dental practitioners. This MRA is also in accordance with the efforts of the Asean member states in recognizing the Asean Vision 2020 on partnership in dynamic development geared toward the creation of a stable, prosperous and highly competitive Asean economic region. According to Gan, while Filipino dentists still can't work in the Asean, especially in the context of the MRA, the country's own products remain to be among the world's best dental care professionals. "Filipinos are the most skilled, creative dentists in the world," he said, noting that tourists from the United States and Australia choose to come to the Philippines for leisure and dental care services. Attracting graduates There are about 23 dental colleges in the Philippines that produce 400 to 500 licensed dental professionals annually. Gan said high school graduates are now attracted to take up dental courses.


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