Always one step ahead

Always one step ahead

Ever since I opened the doors of the White Clinic in 1999, my team and I have always had a “start-up” mentality. Why? Because no two days are the same and we need to be prepared for anything. We always need to be on top of our game. Why? Because experience matters.

With more than 22 years of experience, I’m extremely proud to be able to say that with a team of almost 40 people and a fully functional in-house digital laboratory, our clinic successfully responds to every single area of modern dental care – from paediatrics to full mouth oral surgery, from aesthetic dentistry to orthodontics, we got it covered!

And we keep evolving. We have an all new regenerative medical department with more technology and services than ever before. We are using state-of-the-art technology that is rarely seen in a dental clinic, to help our patients not only regain their smiles and confidence, but also their total body health and energy. We are thinking integratively, holistically, biologically and functionally, in a multi-centric and interdisciplinary way, every single day.

With patients flying in from all over the world, as well as from our beautiful country of Portugal, we truly are a global practice.

We’re thinking globally, we’re acting locally.

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