Creating a comfortable space to spend time in
You may have been put off by the pain, unpleasant noises, and smell of the medication, and may not have a good impression of dental treatment. At Tokyo Midtown Dental Clinic, we not only provide pain-free treatment and detailed explanations of the treatment, but we also strive to create a comfortable space where you can feel as comfortable as possible and have your treatment in a very relaxing environment.
Dedicated treatment environment
Semi-private and private room
It’s not easy to relax if you’re worried about people looking at you when you’re getting careful treatment.
All our treatment rooms are either semi-private or private because we highly value your privacy.
Convenient dental chair
These dental chairs* are designed in accordance with ergonomics, considering human anatomy.
The patients can undergo dental procedures comfortably since these chairs are made of soft materials to reduce strain on their backs and hips.
*some units only
One Team Approach
Specialists work together to find the best approach for you while sharing information and goals of treatment.See details
We are committed to informed consent and hospitality, and are pursuing a new way of dental care.See details
Clear cost estimates
Some of treatments are not covered by health insurance, but we will let you know the total cost prior to the treatments.See details
Countermeasures for Nosocomial Infection
We take daily measures to prevent infection with viruses and bacteria, including the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19).See details
Please feel free to contact us to make an appointment for a consultation
or to ask questions about your treatment.
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By appointment only
Sundays and Holidays
9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-6206, Japan
Midtown Tower 6F
・ Directly connected to Roppongi Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Toei Subway Oedo Line.
・ 3 minutes walk from Nogizaka Station (exit 3) on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
・ Eight-minute walk from Roppongi 1-chome Station (Exit 1) on the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
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