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Dr.G.Thiruppathy completed his B.D.S Degree from Sri Balaji Dental College,Chennai under Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University in the year 1996.He completed his one year Senior House Surgeon posting in the Dental Department, Royapettah Government Hospital. He started his practice privately in the year 1997 at Camp Road, Selaiyur in Chennai.

He is the most successful and experience practioner in the surrounding areas. He has more than 300000(three lakhs) patients in & around Tambaram. He is a certified rotary Endodontist. His main focus in Dental practice is Root Canal Treatments.He has done more than 70000(seventy thousand) Successful Root Canal Treatments in his practice. For the past 6 year Dr. G. Thiruppathy is member and president of Lions Club of Agaram North.

He is a certified implantologist were more than 1000s of patients have undergone Implant Teeth fixations in his clinic. He is a certified Laser Dentist from American Clinical Research Institute. (Asssociate Fellowship in Laser Dentistry) In the month of Feb 2011, he visited to Advanced Endodontic conference held in Hong kong by DR.P.D.Joshi & DR Jefrey Cheung(Hong kong University)

In the month of March 2011, He inaugurated his Sri Ragavendrar Dental Hospital by Honorable Central Minister DR. Jegathratchagan AVL. The New Hospital is well equipped with 10 units of dental chairs & one of the Biggest dental Hospital in chennai.

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Dr. Thiruppathy our founder has successfully treated more than 3 lakh 300000(three lakhs) patients in & around Tambaram. He has done more than 70000(seventy thousand) Successful Root Canal Treatments in his practice.

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