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Golden Week Hitomi Dental Office Closures

April 27, 2020

Hitomi Dental Offices will be closed on the following days in observation of the Golden Week Holidays: Edogawabashi Office April 29 – May 6 Akasaka Office May 3 – May 10 All of us at Hitomi Dental Office hope that you stay safe and healthy as we all go through this difficult period together. Read more…

Hitomi Dental Office is Open and Here For You

April 22, 2020

Dr. Hitomi Hayashi President, Hitomi Dental Office In the era of Coronavirus we’ve learned how important our personal hygiene is. The need to thoroughly wash our hands; being careful about touching our face, eyes and nose. As you would expect, we at Hitomi Dental Office have always adhered to these practices, but now we are being extra […] Read more…

Our Patient’s Safety is Our #1 Priority

April 15, 2020

If you’ve read our previous posts, you will know that assuring our patients safety and health during this Coronavirus Emergency is our #1 priority. As President of Hitomi Dental Office this is extremely important to me, and as a member of The Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases and Society of Clinical Safety (JPSCS), I feel doubly responsible […] Read more…

A Trip to the Beauty Salon in the Era of Social Distancing

April 13, 2020

Because I want all of our Hitomi Dental Office patients to stay safe and healthy during this difficult time, all of us at Hitomi Dental Office practice Social Distancing. As our website describes and I have posted early, Hitomi Dental Office staff are very meticulous in assuring that our offices maintain the highest degree of hygiene…both […] Read more…

Good Luck Dr. Nao

April 7, 2020

At the end of March, all of us at Hitomi Dental Office bid farewell to Dr. Nao Sugimoto. She recently was married and moved to Aichi where her new husband is from. We were very happy for her but sad she left. She had been part of our Hitomi Dental Office team since the beginning. […] Read more…

Staying at Home Can Be Fun

March 31, 2020

I, like most everyone else in Japan, stayed indoors on Sunday. I was following the directive by Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike, but it was also snowing and cold. It was the type of weather that could really get you down with all the terrible Coronavirus news, but we found a way to cheer up the […] Read more…