Best Dentists in Hawaii 2011

HONOLULU Magazine helps you find the dentist you need, whether it's for a routine check-up or more specialized work, by presenting this list of 195 of the best dentists in the Islands.



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If you were a shark, you would grow a new set of teeth every two weeks. But you are not a shark. You will have exactly two sets of teeth in your entire life, and your adult set—32 teeth, wisdom teeth included—will have to last for well over half a century of kaki mochi crunching and malassada munching.

So … you need a dentist. Maybe an endodontist. Or a periodontist. Or any of eight specialties to care for your teeth and gums. A recommendation might be helpful and that’s our goal in presenting you with a list of the Best Dentists in Hawaii.

For more information on how the best dentists were determined, see  “How We Created the List.”

Brush after every meal. Floss. And don’t forget to make an appointment.

 

(Looking for the list of Hawaii's Best Dentists? HONOLULU Magazine generally keeps only the most current version online. Click here to find the most recent list.)

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