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Saturdays 9:30-18:30

5-6-8 Minami-Azabu, Minato-ku,
Tokyo Japan 106-8580

8 minutes walk from Hiroo Sta.

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Fees

Whitening

Home Whitening(up and down) 35,000 yen
Office Whitening(each) 2,000 yen

* Prices do not include consumption tax.

Braces

Initial counselling No charge
Detailed examination and diagnosis 50,000 yen

※In the middle of treatment Profile X-ray
When shooting Separate cost
(10,000 yen)
It takes.
Adult braces From 900,000 yen~
(includes white brackets and retainer)
Child braces Initial treatment from
150,000 yen~
Phase I treatment from
450,000 yen~
Phrase II treatment from
450,000 yen~
Partial braces from
200,000 yen~

* Prices do not include consumption tax.
* Monthly adjustments are required (once a month, 5,000 yen)

Implant

Handling

Straumann Implant(Made in Switzerland)
GC Implant(Made in Japan)

Price

1(include Inspection fee and Medical examination fee) 250,000 yen
Implant top(crowns) 120,000 yen~

* Prices do not include consumption tax.

Cores

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
Fiber core From 20,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Gold core × ★★ ★★★★★
Metal core Insurance coverage available

Benefits

Fiber cores
  • Fiber cores are elastic and can significantly reduce pressure on the roots, prolonging the longevity of remaining teeth.
  • They do not cause metal allergies and fits well.
  • The optical translucency is similar to natural teeth, allowing for a natural and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Gold cores
  • Gold is a softer material which relieves pressure on the roots, prolonging the longevity of remaining teeth.
  • Gold is biologically stable and less likely to cause allergic reactions.
  • They are a lighter shade of gold, and can reduce the discoloring of gums.
Metal cores
  • Metal cores are the most affordable.
  • They are a lighter shade of gold and can reduce the discoloring of gums. (When the root is cracked, the tooth must be removed).
  • However, their rigidity may eventually create a wedge, causing the root to crack.
  • The alloy contains various metals, which may cause allergic reactions.
  • The metal inside may also make the tooth appear black.

Smaller fillings

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
All-ceramic inlays × 70,000 – 80,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Hybrid resin inlays × 45,000 – 55,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★
Gold inlays × 65,000 – 75,000 yen ★★ ★★★★★
Palladium alloys Insurance coverage available

* In addition to the above prices, additional materials may be charged depending on the case.

Benefits

All-ceramic inlays
  • All-ceramic inlays are biologically stable, fit well, and last a long time.
  • Aesthetically they are the best option, as they are the closest to natural teeth and do not discolor over time.
  • They are easy to clean and less likely to cause cavities in surrounding teeth.
Hybrid resin inlays
  • Hybrid resin is a relatively inexpensive composite material of ceramic and plastic (resin).
  • However, the optical translucency is lower compared to pure ceramic.
  • The material is also water-absorbent and will discolor over time.
Gold inlays
  • Gold inlays fit well and are highly durable, making it ideal for patients with tendencies to clench their teeth.
  • They sit well with adjacent teeth because gold has a similar hardness level to natural teeth.
  • However, some may be conscious of the metallic color.
Palladium alloys
  • Palladium alloys are the most affordable option.
  • However, they do not fit as well and increase the risk of future cavities.
  • The alloy also contains various metals which may cause allergic reactions.
  • The metallic color is noticeable.

Front tooth crowns

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
All-ceramic precision crowns × 160,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
All-ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★★★
Metal ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★ ★★★★
Hard resin facing crowns Insurance coverage available ★★

* In addition to the above prices, additional materials may be charged depending on the case.

Benefits

All-ceramic precision crowns
  • All-ceramic precision crowns have the most natural and cosmetically appealing finish.
  • Ceramic is biologically stable, fits well, and lasts a long time.
  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • They are allergen-free.
All-ceramics crowns
  • All ceramic crowns have a natural and cosmetically appealing finish.
  • Ceramic is biologically stable, fits well, and lasts a long time.
  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • They are allergen-free.
Metal ceramics
  • The crown is a natural white.
  • They fit well and last a long time.
  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • However, they may discolor over time and cause the roots to look dark.
Hard resin facing crowns
  • Hard resin facing crowns are the most affordable option.
  • However, they do not fit as well and increase the risk of future cavities.
  • The plastic will also deteriorate over time and may need to be replaced.
  • The metal alloy may cause allergic reactions.

Molar crowns

       
Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
All-ceramic precision crowns × 160,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
All-ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★★★
Metal ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★ ★★★★
Gold crowns × 100,000 – 105,000 yen ★★ ★★★★
Hard resin facing crowns Insurance coverage available ★★★★★

* In addition to the above prices, additional materials may be charged depending on the case.

Benefits

All-ceramic precision crowns
  • All ceramic precision crowns have the most natural and cosmetically appealing finish.
  • Ceramic is biologically stable, fits well, and lasts a long time.
  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • They are allergen-free.
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  • All ceramic crowns have a natural and cosmetically appealing finish.
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  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • They are allergen-free.
Metal ceramics
  • The crown is a natural white.
  • They fit well and last a long time.
  • They are easy to clean, reducing the risk of cavities in surrounding teeth.
  • However, they may discolor over time and cause the roots to look dark.
Gold crowns
  • Gold crowns fit well and are highly durable, making it ideal for patients with tendencies to clench their teeth.
  • They sit well with adjacent teeth because gold has a similar hardness level to natural teeth.
  • However, some may be conscious of the metallic color.
Palladium alloys

Complete dentures

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
Implant overdentures ×   ★★★★★ ★★★
Metal base dentures ×   ★★★★ ★★★★
Attachment dentures × ★★★★ ★★★
Plastic dentures Insurance coverage available ★★

* In addition to the above prices, additional materials may be charged depending on the case.

Benefits

Implant overdentures
  • Implant overdentures are biologically stable and fit well.
  • They are easy to clean and do not discolor easily.
  • However, placing the implants requires surgery.
  • They are also more expensive compared to other options.
Metal-based dentures
  • Metal base dentures are thin, robust, and unlikely to chip, crack, or change shape.
  • They allow you to maintain sense of temperature and taste, and to enjoy your meals more.
  • They are easy to clean and maintain oral hygiene.
  • However, they are more expensive compared to other options.
Attachment dentures
  • Attachment dentures feel secure as they click on.
  • They can utilize existing roots to achieve a strong bite.
  • However, they may need to be removed for MRI scans.
  • They also may not be a viable option for certain oral conditions.
Plastic dentures
  • Plastic dentures are the most affordable as the cost can be partially covered by health insurance.
  • However, they are thick, brittle, and harder to clean.
  • The bite force is weak and dentures can easily fall off.
  • They also may not fit properly when the jaw bone deteriorates.
    * Requires periodic adjustment

Partial dentures

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
Metal base dentures ×   ★★★★ ★★★★
Attachment dentures ×   ★★★★ ★★★
Metal base & non-clasp combination dentures ×   ★★★ ★★★★
Non-clasp dentures × 150,000 –(one tooth/25,000) yen ★★★★ ★★
Plastic dentures Insurance coverage available

* In addition to the above prices, additional materials may be charged depending on the case.

Benefits

Metal base dentures
  • Metal base dentures are thin, robust, and unlikely to chip, crack, or change shape.
  • They allow you to maintain sense of temperature and taste, and to enjoy your meals more.
  • They are easy to clean and maintain oral hygiene.
  • However, they are more expensive compared to other options.
Attachment dentures
  • Attachment dentures look natural as they do not have clasps.
  • They feel secure as they click on.
  • They can utilize existing roots to achieve a strong bite.
  • However, they may need to be removed for MRI scans.
  • They also may not be a viable option for certain oral conditions.
Metal base & non-clasp combination dentures
  • Metal base & non-clasp combination dentures allow you to maintain sense of temperature and taste.
  • They are aesthetically pleasing as they have no visible metal clasps.
  • However, they can take time to make.
  • They are also more expensive compared to other options.
Non-clasp dentures
  • Non-clasp dentures allow you to maintain sense of temperature and taste.
  • They are aesthetically pleasing as they have no visible metal clasps.
  • However, they take time to make.
  • hey are also more expensive compared to other options.
Plastic dentures
  • Plastic dentures are the most affordable as the cost can be partially covered by insurance.
  • However, they are thick, brittle, and harder to clean.
  • The metal clasps are noticeable.
  • They also put pressure on vital teeth.