Rohinton J. Patel
“I am thankful and humbled to be selected for this honor by my peers and colleagues,” says Dr. Patel, who was the first in Hawai‘i to have a Galileos Cone Beam CT scan and amongst the nation’s first to perform guided dental implant minimally invasive surgery. As part of the select Cerec Mentors Group of Scottsdale Center for Dentistry, he is at the forefront of the newest released technology for Cerec Primescan, Cerec single-visit digital dentistry and 3-D imaging. Dr. Patel has been voted a Best Dentist in America since 2009. A Preferred Provider for SureSmile Orthodontics and Invisalign®, he also provides pediatric and geriatric dental care, Zoom Teeth Whitening, TMJ therapy, emergency dentistry and routine dental cleanings.
“We offer comprehensive treatment plans that provide minimally invasive, conservative options that maintain patients’ optimal oral health,” says the Boston University School of Dental Medicine graduate, who completed his internship at Harvard University Vanguard Medical Associates. Over 16 years of experience enables Dr. Patel to offer a painless injection technique. For apprehensive patients, he offers “True Sleep Dentistry”—customized dental treatments in a monitored surgical suite that exceeds government safety standards. Dr. Patel has been an adjunct clinical professor of Boston University School of Dental Medicine since 2009, as well as visiting professor/ faculty for the University of Hawai‘i John A . Burns School of Medicine, lecturing first-year medical students on oral anatomy, physiology and disease.
Dr. Patel serves as president of Dental Lifeline for the State of Hawai‘i. As a lifelong student of advanced cosmetic dentistry and implantology, oral cancer and genetic dental research, he concentrates a portion of his practice on smile makeovers and cosmetic rejuvenations, and on patients with special needs, often under full sedation.