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White House Dental Optical Clinic offers complete dental and optical services using hightech equipments. Awarded as "Most Outstanding Dental Optical Clinic in Metro Manila".

Dr. Aberoy P. Bucad and Dr. Rizalina G. Bucad are husband and wife perfect team. They have been practicing in Metro Manila since 1985.

Dr. Aberoy P. Bucad earned his degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine in Centro Escolar University, Manila in 1987. He also received his degree of Doctor of Optometry in De Ocampo Memorial College, Manila Philippines 1982. He had a further clinical training in White House Optical, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He also obtained post-doctoral degree in Orthodontics at the American Society of Orthodontic Practitioners (ASOP) in 1995 and finished his course in Implantology at the Asia Pacific Academy Corporation (APAC) in 2005.

Dr. Rizalina G. Bucad is a consistent honor student and graduated CUM LAUDE at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) in 1983 with the degree of BA Statistics. She was a government employee for 3 years in National Statistics Office (NSO) before she became a banker for 5 years in Asian Bank of the Philippines then finished another course Doctor of Optometry in De Ocampo Memorial College (DOMC) in 1992 . She enjoys all aspects of primary care optometry but has special interests in contact lenses and pediatric optometry.

White House Dental Optical Clinic exist to provide the highest necessary, affordable, quality health care for all folks of society. We cater to children, teenagers, professionals, retirees, balik-bayan, OCW/OFW, and foreigners.


We strive to be always customer-sensitive, cost-effective and outcome based. Our mission is to provide good and quality service at an affordable price without discrimination to the patients status. We are commited to providing you with the highest standard of personalized dental / optical care under the hands of a well trained professionals.


WHITE HOUSE as the name stands for leadership, stability and excellence will strive to be the forefront in the field of Dental and Optical Clinic. Pioneering the ONE-STOP-SHOP in SM Malls, a place for every member of the family where convenience is always the priority. Our vision is to make our patient feel at home in all the corners of our clinic, because we owe them loyalty.

Philippine Dental Tourism

We also offer dental tourism to foreign client. Dental tourism is a branch of medical tourism wherein patients can enjoy scenic views and culture of the Philippines while attending to their dental needs and wants. Some people from other countries travel to Asia specifically in the Philippines a haven for shopping and adventure. And our clinic perfectly located in SM Malls to gain advantages for themselves to perfectly suit their budgets and of course to enjoy their time. Instead of spending thousands of dollars for dental services, there's a variety of options that is open to everyone and it will provide more results and satisfaction without spending that much. Dental services may be taken less seriously by health insurance policies as well which is why it is better to invest wisely and carefully to make sure that you receive proper treatment and the best results that will satisfy your needs and wants.

Avail our packages in dental implants, dentures, braces and teeth whitening including optical services and experience a day tour at the RV Camp and Resort or a trip for two (2) in Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro beach club for free.

For reservations please call at the following numbers during clinic hours:

(02) 735-24-37 - Marketing Department
(10:00 a.m - 07:00 p.m)
(02) 493-91-26 - Accounting Department
(09:00 a.m - 06:00 p.m)
(02) 736-01-62 - Main Office
(09:00 a.m - 07:00 p.m)
(02) 474-22-20 - The Marketplace Shopping Mall
(10:00 a.m - 08:00 p.m)
(02) 716-20-61 - SM City Sta.Mesa
(10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m)
(02) 930-90-61 - SM City Fairview
(10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m)
(02) 786-25-26 - SM City San Lazaro
(10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m)

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Or call our Customer Care Hotline (24/7)

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R.V. Camp and Resort
Bgy. Lumaniag, Lian Batangas






This astonishing resort will give you a different kind of summer experience. Its ambiance will totally relax your mind and body that is very out of ordinary. Visit the site and experience the wonder of nature and give your body a break in the camp site. Stay in a Nipa Hut fully air-conditioned and equipped with state of the art facilities. Ride a Balsa or boat, experience the use of snorkel, sing along with your family using videoke, make an adventure trip with island hopping, have fun with bottom fishing or trolling, witness and be amazed by the golden sunset and many more exciting experiences awaits you only here at R.V Camp and Resort.

Pico de Loro

Located at Baranggay Papaya, Nasugbu, Batangas.Two (2) hours drive from Manila via Tagaytay or one and a half hours drive from Manila via Nasugbu-Ternate Coastal Road. Soon to operate next year (2010) via seaport SM Mall Of Asia (MOA) to Nasugbu 90 minutes travel.

Hamilo Coast is now a sea site leisure destination that is priming with new beginning.

The fast rising of Pico de Loro Cove is already taking shape with the opening of its exclusive beach club.

Guest can enjoy the Beach club's lobby lounge, infinity-edge swimming pool, the coffee shop at the Sun Coral Cafe, the upstairs Arribada Lounge, the second floor air Brisa Bar, and the Pico Point view deck. Support facilities will also be readily available such as the adult and kiddie locker and shower rooms, and a nurse on call. Of course, they must experience the beach.

Selected water sports such as snorkeling, kayaking, and outdoor activities such as biking, volley ball, soccer pitch and hiking, will truly make your day a memorable one.

Boracay Island

Boracay Island is known as one of the finest swimming destinations in the world. Boracay is blessed with unsullied fine talcum powder-sand beaches also known as the “white sand”. Its crystal clear waters are perfect for swimming, sailing, fishing and sunbathing. Countless hidden coves dot the island and tall coconut trees line up along the beaches.

Boracay lies at the northwest tip of Panay, in the west Visayas region, off the Sibuyan Sea.To get to Boracay, one has to book a flight to Kalibo, the capital of Aklan province then air-conditioned coasters or public buses offer one-hour-and-a-half drive to Caticlan where one can board a motorized banca for a 30-minute trip to Boracay.

Surigao Island

This newly discovered island boasts of white-sand beaches and surfing waves compared to that of Hawaii. Lying 800 kilometers southeast of Manila, the tear-shaped Siargao Island is a perfect haven for the sun, sea, and surf buffs. It lies on the eastern portion of Surigao del Norte and on the southeastern tip of Mindanao. The island is a mass of tropical land with scores of reefs, points and white beaches.

Samal Island

Samal Island offers unending fascination with its white-sand beaches, thick mangroves, coral reefs, rolling hills and rock formations. Samal Island, like the rest of Mindanao, is outside of the typhoon belt, and enjoys relatively calm weather. Its coastline is characterized by tall, swaying coconut trees, white sand beaches, rock formations, mangroves, coral reefs, and small fishing villages, all suggestive of a tropical island paradise. The water is crystal clear throughout the coastline, which varies in terrain from gently sloping sand beaches to steep cliffs and rock formations. The colors of the coastline at the beach areas transforms itself from the green lush vegetation of coconut trees, to the white sandy beaches, to the dark blue color of the sea, with its deep waters and coral reefs.

Bohol's Springs and Beaches

Bohol is one of the loveliest islands in southern Philippines. It is situated at the heart of Visayas and with coastline skimmed by gentle coves and white-sand beaches. Many highways snake along sparkling beaches or leafy rivers where one can stop at any point and jump in. With its rolling hills and plateaus, crystal springs and beaches, the province of Bohol is a picturesque province replete with ancestral homes and centuries-old churches. The Chocolate Hills is but one of the many natural wonders to be found in Bohol. The province is the home of the world's smallest monkey, the tarsier. The size of a fist, the tarsier lives on the hills of Corella, some ten kilometers from Tagbilaran. Other exotic flora and fauna may also be found amongst the forest of Bohol.

The Beaches of Palawan

Branded as the country's last frontier, Palawan is a sanctuary to an amazing variety of exotic flora and fauna that are found nowhere else. Palawan is also home to Tubbataha Reef, the only national marine park that made it to the World Heritage List and whose grandeur is comparable to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. With more than a thousand islands and islets, Palawan boasts of white-sand beaches, scenic rock formations, underwater rivers and magnificent caves. In Palawan, each day is promising. The sun rises over the South China Sea and soon everything else is sparkling.

Subic Bay

Just two-and-a-half hour drive north from Manila. Subic offers a full view of the blue mountain and sea and of the green background of a three-layered virgin forest. Visitors to Subic can take a 12-hour jungle survival course, visit an Aeta tribal village, take a bay cruise, explore the coves, end up at the white-sand beach of Grande Island, engage in water sports, go horseback riding or simply enjoy the scenic view of the sea. Subic Bay is complete with tourism-support facilities that include a marina, a yacht club, hotels, shopping arcades and food shops.

Anilao Batangas

Anilao, a resort village in Mabini, Batangas is considered the summer mecca of diving fanatics. The resort offers accommodations and diving facilities, plus the services of training clubs that provide courses on diving.

Situated in the southeast area of Batangas province, Anilao may be reached within three hours from Manila through public buses or jeepneys. From Anilao, one can start diving from the shore or go in bancas to nearby islands. Among them is Sombrero (Hat) Island, a marine preserve where sports activities are regulated.

Other dive spots in this side of Batangas are Mapating Rock at Maricaban Island, Caban Cove and Layag Layag Point.

Hundred Islands

On the Northern Philippines boasts of white-sand beaches in Pangasinan and Ilocandia. Among the best tourist destinations is the Hundred Islands which can be reached from the Pangasinan town of Alaminos. Short boat rides take off from the village of Lucap to the Hundred Islands. Beaches stretch along the western coast of Ilocos region.

Pagsanjan Falls

A very popular tourist destination, Pagsanjan Rapids and Falls is a series of 14 rapids punctuated by mini-waterfalls on the way to the main falls. The terrain towards the main falls offers a lot of excitement by means of adventure. As one goes through the waterway, the trips becomes wilder and wilder.

Camiguin Island

Camiguin Island, has known for its wonderful lanzones festival, it also offers white-sand beaches with spring resorts full of magnificent caves untouched by industrial development. The island lies off the north coast of Mindanao. Aside from its beaches, Camiguin boasts of spring resorts and waterfallsAmong its popular attractions are the Ardent Spring Resort run by the Philippine Tourism Authority (PTA), the Mt. Hibok-Hibok itself, Santo Niño Cold Spring, Medano Islet, Mantigue Island and the lanzones festival. There are local flights to Camuigin island.

Baguio City

Baguio has become the "summer capital" of the philippines. It is awarded with a variety of cultural, historical and scenic attractions which make it an important and interesting destination. As early as March, tourists and locals take the six-hour trek up the zigzagging Kennon Road. Within a mile of the city, the sweet scent of pine trees and flowers already permeate the air. Designed by Daniel Burnham during the American occupation, Baguio City is situated in the midst of pine-covered hills and valleys at the southern end of the Cordillera. Among its popular attractions are the well-manicured lawns of Club John Hay, the Mansion House and the Burnham Park. From Baguio City, one can proceed to the Banaue Rice Terraces, also considered as the eighth wonder of the world. An engineering marvel, this "Stairways to the Sky" was constructed by hand by the Ifugaos.


This city perched on a ridge is located in the province of Cavite, some 56 kilometers south of Manila. It overlooks Manila Bay on the north, Taal Lake and Taal Volcano on the south, Laguna Bay on the east and the China Sea on the west. The city is linked to the Metropolitan Manila and the province of Batangas by the Aguinaldo Highway. Taal Lake itself is an immense body of water formed when the old crater collapsed and the walls of the larger volcano caved in and sank. A visit to the Volcano Island can be arranged through the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology in Quezon City which maintains a monitoring station on the island.


Banahaw towers over the southeastern towns of Laguna and Quezon. Revered as a mystical mountain, Banahaw has become a sanctuary for different religious cults. Banahaw comes alive during the Lent when various religious sects re-enact the passion of Jesus Christ. People ascend to Mount Banahaw to experience its cool weather, bathe in its hot springs or simply stand amazed at the sight of nature's beauty. Mount Banahaw can be reached from both east and west. From the east, the ascent starts in Lucban, Quezon, while from the west, in Dolores, Laguna. For both climbs, it is advisable to have a guide to ensure a safe trip.


The capital of the Philippines. Discover Manila like you've never seen it before. Be astonished by the city's glorious past mirrored by its century-old churches, gallant forts, classic plazas, ancestral edifices, state of the museums, and historic monuments. At the same time,the beauty of a modern city rising from the ruins of past. Beyond Manila's busy streets and crowded commercial centers lie festive joints that celebrate life throughout the time. Experience life in a modern and civilized place that you will surely return over and over again.


Traces of the Spanish influence still loom in Intramuros. A tour of this landmark will provide the visitors a deeper understanding of Manila's rich heritage. Intramuros protects within its walls a number of national treasures like the Fort Santiago (once a prison for revolutionary Filipinos, now a peaceful park-cum-museum), San Agustin Church (the oldest structure in the country with its Baroque interiors and trompe l'oeil murals), Manila Cathedral (a magnificent architectural feat with its intricate stone carvings, stained glass mosaics, and rosette windows), Casa Manila (a former colonial house and now a museum of national relics), and San Juan de Letran school.