English-Speaking Dentists in Tokyo

Poste date: Friday, February 22, 2019

Finding proper dental care in Tokyo is very easy. Finding an English-speaking Dental practitioner on the other hand may be a bit more challenging. Fortunately, there are a number of dentists and orthodontists in Tokyo that provide dental care with English speaking staff. No more needing to worry about that toothache that's been making it hard to eat or concentrate on work. If you’re looking for an English-speaking Dentist, have a dental emergency, or if you’re looking for some restorative and cosmetic Dentistry, then this list of over 20 English-speaking Dentists in Tokyo will be of great use.

English-Speaking Dentists

Dental Office OC3 Hibiya

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Motoazabu Hills Dental Clinic

Azabujuban Street Dental Clinic

Yo Dental Office

Soneda Dental Office

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United Dental Office

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Tokyo Clinic Dental Office

  • Preventive dentistry, Periodontal therapy, Restorative dentistry, Cosmetic dentistry
  • 03-3431-4225
  • http://www.tcdo.jp/
  • 32 Shiba Koen Building 3F., 3-4-30 Shiba Koen, Minato-ku
  • The owner Dr.Drennan holds licenses in both the US and Japan. Being one of only a few dentists in Tokyo with private practice experience in the U.S., Dr. Drennan strives to maintain a practice style based on American methods. Ample time is allotted for each dental visit and emphasis is made on addressing the patients’ chief concern.

LT Dental Salon Roppongi

  • General Dentistry, Esthetic Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Orthodontic
  • 03-6447-2187
  • http://doctorsfile.jp/h/41101/ (Japanese website only)
  • Barbizon 40 1F, 1-8-9 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • Dr.Yuka Yakata specializes in Esthetic Dentistry, but English speaking staff are available to assist during your treatment.

Otake Dental Office

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Tokyo Ambassador Dental Office

Tokyo Ambassador Dental Office

Dr. Kaku’s Office

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TRUST DENTAL CLINIC

TRUST DENTAL CLINIC Web
    • General Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Dental Implants, Preventive, and Restorative dentistry.
03-3402-1501
  • http://www.trustdental.jp/english/
  • 1-11-1, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku.
  • Dr. Oikawa is licensed in the United States and has twenty years of clinical experience in Hospital dentistry. He is a member of the American Dental Association. We provide care based on the highest international standards. Dental Hygienists are also trained oversea - the United States and England.

TOKYO International Dental Clinic Roppongi

Daikanyama Dental Clinic

YAMATE Dental Clinic

Hitomi Dental Office

  • General Dentistry, Preventative, Pedodontics, Cosmetic, Restorative, Oral Surgery, Dental Implants
  • 03-6280-8789
  • http://www.hitomidental.com/
  • 1-24-6, Sekiguchi Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
  • Dr. Hitomi Hayashi has been practicing for over twenty years, specializing in Tokyo’s foreign community. The office covers a wide variety of dental care services with English speaking staff.

Yamanaka Dental Clinic

Tokyo Ambassador Dental Office

Cler Dental Clinic

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Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry

United Dental Office

Azabu Tokyo Dental Clinic

Minami Aoyama Implant Center

Sophia Orthodontic Clinic

Sophia Orthodontic Clinic Web

Shiroganedai Orthodontics

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TOKYO International Dental Clinic Roppongi

CS Orthodontic Clinic

LT Dental Salon Roppongi

  • General Dentistry, Esthetic Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Orthodontic
  • 03-6447-2187
  • http://doctorsfile.jp/h/41101/(Japanese website only)
  • Barbizon 40 1F, 1-8-9 Nishi-Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
  • Dr.Yuka Yakata specializes in Esthetic Dentistry, but English speaking staff are available to assist during your treatment.

Fujimoto Dental Clinic

  • Dentistry Dock, Crown and Bridge, Dental Implant Therapy, Periodontal Therapy, Dentures, Endodontic Therapy, Orthodontic Therapy, Esthetic Dentures, Maintenance
  • 03-5551-0051
  • http://www.fujimoto-dental.com/english/
  • Kami-Pulp Kaikan (Phoenix Plaza) 4F,Ginza 3-9-11, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
  • Dr. Kohei Fujimoto is fluent in English, a graduate of the University of Washington’s Graduate Periodontics Program, and certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
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