Cecile Sebastian, D.D.S.

Specialty: General Dentistry 

1003 Bishop Street • Pauahi Tower Suite 340 • Honolulu, HI 96813 (808) 537-2880 • www.HawaiianSmile.com • Facebook: hawaiiansmile 

Cecile Sebastian

Considered one of Hawaii’s most innovative dentists, Dr. Cecile Sebastian and her experienced team of professionals have attracted patients locally and from the Mainland, Asia and Europe with their outstanding success in developing healthy, beautiful smiles. “We bring together expertise in cosmetic, implant and neuromuscular dentistry with our caring approach. We take the time to listen, assess and explain to patients to help them make informed decisions about our well-researched treatment options,” says Dr. Sebastian.


Implants, currently one of the leading edge innovations in dentistry, are a large part of her practice because of Dr. Sebastian’s highly successful use of technology and skillful technique. She combines state-of-the-art cone beam CT scan technology with her unique “virtual” surgery, done prior to the actual procedure, to gain valuable information on the most accurate and advantageous position to set the final teeth for maximum comfort and function for the patient. 


We bring together expertise in cosmetic, implant and neuromuscular dentistry with our caring approach. 


“If you lose a tooth on your cousin’s wedding day, we could possibly give you an implant and crown on that day so you can still attend the wedding with a great smile,” says Dr. Sebastian of her creative use of the CEREC CAD/CAM same- day fabrications for crowns, veneers, fillings and bridges. She is a leading pioneer in the use of PRP (protein-rich plasma) for surgical procedures where her patients’ blood is drawn in the office, spun in a centrifuge to extract the patients’ own proteins to augment the bone quality and allow faster healing.


A 2014 YWCA of Oahu LeaderLuncheon honoree as a woman leader and pioneer in the field of dentistry, Dr. Sebastian believes in community service and partners annually with the Hawaii Food Bank to raise awareness and funding from the dental community. She serves on the Board of Dental Lifeline Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing access to dental care and education for people with disabilities, are elderly or medically fragile. For more information, visit their Web site or Facebook page.