We will answer all of your questions

It is very stressful to be worried about your health in a foreign country. In Japan, there are not many medical institutions where you can communicate in English. Our staff, including receptionists and hygienists, can speak English to help such English-speaking patients from around the world.

We provide advice on most of your concerns about oral conditions. If you have any questions, please see this Q&A list first. If your question is still not answered, you can contact us in English at 045-664-4618.

Is it only the doctors who speaks English?

There is one dental hygienist and one receptionist who speak English aside from the every doctors. There is no need to worry even if you can’t speak Japanese.

Can I pay by credit card?

Yes, you can.

May I have my receipt printed in English?

Yes, of course. Please let us know if you need a claim form.

How much does the treatment cost?

The cost of dental treatment varies greatly according to the type of treatment and how much your insurance covers. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information. Our website also provides some information on treatment not covered by National Insurance.

How is the hygiene controlled at the clinic?

The disposable cover on the dental chair that comes into contact with the doctor and hygienist is changed for each patient, and the medical gloves too, of course. Equipments are immediately sterilized after use, while items that cannot be sterilized are discarded. Our strictly controlled hygiene management system is comparable with that in the United States.

Can false teeth be whitened?

Whitening does not whiten artificial teeth. To make an artificial tooth match the color of its surrounding teeth, we recommend replacing the false tooth.

Wouldn't implants come off like dentures?

No they wouldn't. An artificial titanium tooth root is implanted into the jaw bone, and since titanium is normally accepted by the bone to become a part of it, the implanted root becomes firmly embedded in the jaw bone. Therefore, it does not come off and does not damage other teeth.

My gums bleed, but it doesn't hurt. Should I see a dentist?

Yes, we would recommend you to. Even if your gums don't hurt, you may have periodontal disease. If you do, the disease may damage the tissue around your teeth, and you may lose your teeth. Please go see a dentist as soon as possible.

I brush my teeth but still get cavities. What should I do?

Brushing your teeth every day is good, but that alone does not remove plaque from your teeth. It is important that you have your teeth checked and cleaned regularly at a dentist. Our clinic offers such service, so please feel free to contact us.

For other questions, please contact us at 045-664-4618

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