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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

Cores

Type Insurance Price (before tax) Appearance Durability
Fiber core × From 20,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Gold core × From 20,000 yen ★★ ★★★★★
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 × 60,000 – 70,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Hybrid resin inlays × 35,000 – 45,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★
Gold inlays × 50,000 – 50,000 yen ★★ ★★★★★
Palladium alloys Insurance coverage available

* Additional material fees may apply in some cases.

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 × 150,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
All-ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★★★
Metal ceramic crowns × 110,000 yen ★★★ ★★★★
Hard resin facing crowns Insurance coverage available ★★

* Additional material fees may apply in some cases.

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 × 150,000 yen ★★★★★ ★★★★★
All-ceramic crowns × 130,000 yen ★★★★ ★★★★★
Metal ceramic crowns × 110,000 yen ★★★ ★★★★
Gold crowns × 80,000 – 90,000 yen/td> ★★ ★★★★
Hard resin facing crowns Insurance available ★★★★★

* Additional material fees may apply in some cases.

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 保険適応 ★★

* Additional material fees may apply in some cases.

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 ×   ★★★★ ★★
Plastic dentures Insurance coverage available

* Additional material fees may apply in some cases.

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.

Braces

Initial counselling No charge
Detailed examination and diagnosis 40,000 yen
Adult braces From 800,000 yen (includes white brackets and retainer)
Child braces Initial treatment from 150,000 yen
Phase I treatment from 400,000 yen
Phrase II treatment from 400,000 yen
Partial braces from 150,000 yen

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