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Dentist Honolulu, HI - Garrett T. Hayashi, DDS

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If you are looking for a caring, qualified dentist in Honolulu, then look no further. From your first contact with our office, you will notice that Garrett T. Hayashi, DDS is not your typical dental office. We've worked hard to build an exceptional team of dedicated, caring and experienced dental professionals committed to the dental health of you and your family.

At Garrett T. Hayashi, DDS, your comfort and confidence are just as important as your teeth. That's why we take great care of both the smile and the person behind it. Our mission is to provide the highest quality dentistry and patient care available from a dentist in Honolulu. We offer a full range of treatment options that can be personalized to meet your unique needs and expectations.

To learn more, check out the rest of our website for helpful practice information, including dentist and staff bios, service details, patient education resources and directions to our Honolulu office. We want your first visit to be more about getting to know you and less about paperwork, so we recommend completing your new patient forms online in advance of your initial appointment.

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We always welcome new patients of every age. Whether you are new to Honolulu or seeking an improved dental experience, we invite you to call our Honolulu office for additional information.


Meet Dr. Hayashi

  • Garrett T. Hayashi, DDS

    Graduate of Mid-Pacific Institute 1985
    Eagle Scout Troop 329, Kaneohe, HI 1985
    Graduate of University of Washington Dental School 1993
    Active member of American Dental Association since 1997
    Patient’s often wondered silently why I got into Dentistry. Sometimes they ask... Read more about the Doctor

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Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

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Sunday:

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