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Fujimoto Dental Clinic

The Fujimoto Dental Clinic is located in Ginza, Tokyo and has been dedicated to providing world-class, comprehensive specialist restorative and periodontal dental care since 1981.

Dr. Kohei Fujimoto is trained in the field of gum disease and implant dentistry and is a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He is fluent in English and maintains a network of US-trained dental specialists for referrals within Japan.

We look forward to serving your dental needs!

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