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Spring Cleaning Time? Start with your Teeth!!

March 13, 2018

As the weather gets warmer, there is a ritual to clean things up and get ready for the warm weather. You can do the same thing for your smile? If you haven’t ever had a Teeth Whitening Treatment because you thought it was painful or took too long, talk to us at Hitomi Dental Office. […] Read more…

Happy Birthday Dr. Nao

March 5, 2018

We recently celebrated Dr. Nao Sugimoto’s ?? birthday. We’ll leave it up to her to tell you which one. Dr. Nao has been with Hitomi Dental Office for three years, and has been a big part of the growth of our patient portfolio. It is easy to see why when you read her most recent […] Read more…

A CatScan Is Not An Animal

February 17, 2018

You may have seen on the Hitomi Dental Office website that we are able to do Cat Scans (CT) at our Akasaka Office and wondered what that meant. My patient and friend Rebecca Green is a perfect example of how a CT scan is beneficial in determining the best dental procedure for our patients. In […] Read more…

The Case of the Disappearing Braces

January 31, 2018

The sign, to the left, photographed by my husband in San Miguel de Allende, represents what many people think braces look like. However, that is not true. No more shiny metal—that’s old school. At Hitomi Dental Office we specialize in orthodontic care using the unique tray system from ASO International that are virtually invisible (below). […] Read more…

There Are Many Ways To Get To Hitomi Dental Office

January 24, 2018

As I mentioned in my last post, sometimes Hitomi Dental Office in Akasaka is hard to find. However, as this video shows, there are many ways to get our office.  Who is that in the helicopter?  Patient confidentiality prevents me from saying, but it just goes to show you that there are some people who will not […] Read more…

Where In the World is Hitomi Dental Office?

January 16, 2018

Tokyo is a great place to live, but like anyplace there are pluses and minuses. There is no perfect place in the world. If you’ve lived in Japan for any length of time, you know that directions to a destination are unique—go to the 7-11 turn left, walk 100 meters then turn right at the […] Read more…