Dr. Celia P
Dr. Celia P. Octoman's hard work and studies for perfection paid off as everything that she loves to do in dentistry for over 34 years made a lot of patients smiling. She keeps her skills sharp by regularly attending continuing education courses sponsored by prestigious Dental Universities. Dentistry is a perfect art and a career Dr. Octoman finds very rewarding. Together with her loved ones, dental team and associate, they have operated Central Dental Care for over 34 successful years. Most of her time outside the office is devoted to seeking perfection in dentistry with the inspirations of her family. Central Dental Care prides itself in a reputation for caring. What Dr. Octoman loves most about being a dentist is the ability to develop long-term relationships with her patients, and then having them display their confidence and trust in her by referring their friends and family. She believes that a gorgeous smile gives people confidence and improves their self-esteem. Besides achieving stunning smiles by using evolving technological advances, and with the assistance of a compassionate and highly skilled staff, Central Dental Care also focuses on family dentistry with specialties that include orthodontic services, dental implants, oral surgery, cosmetic dentistry, dentures, crowns and snoring induced sleep apnea. Dr. Octoman always makes sure each patient she encounters will have an enjoyable experience and will not be satisfied until she ensures that you receive the highest standards of dental care in a friendly and relaxing environment.
Dr. Octoman spends quality time with her family and takes them to seminars and dental conventions. Her relaxation consists of yoga and loves watching movies.
A graduate of Centro Escolar University, Dr. Octoman is an active member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, Los Angeles Dental Society, National Association of Filipino Dentists in America and the International Association for Orthodontics.
Dr. Octoman is very involved in the local community of Los Angeles by offering free dental care to the disabled, elderly and the medically compromised since 2001. In her most rewarding humanitarian effort, she, along with a small staff of dentists, catered to over 500 underprivileged Filipino people during a Medical Dental Mission located in her home country of the Philippines in 2010 and promised to do it every year.
“Changing lives, one smile at a time”