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Dental Clinic

The Dental Clinic at the Queen’s Medical Center provides dental treatment and oral care to patients of all ages – whether outpatient or inpatient. We serve to uphold the mission of the organization by providing dental care to Native Hawaiians and all of the people of Hawaii who may have limited access to a community health center or private practice dental services due to fragile health, disability or complex oral-facial disease. We have recently completed a refresh of our facility to ensure you have a positive experience and receive the highest quality dental care. We are here when you need us.

Why Choose Queen’s for Your Dental Needs?


If you don’t have access to a private dental practice, our staff is here to help. As a member of the Hawaiian community, you’ll get the care you need and deserve.  

Value & Affordability

No matter your financial situation, we’ll work with you to ensure you receive the dental health services you need. 

Quality Care

Our staff is well equipped and trained to provide you with modern and comprehensive dental care in a caring and safe environment. 

Close up of dentist's tray and tools

Dental Clinic Services

All dental services are performed in our outpatient Dental Clinic and Same-Day Surgery Center. Comprehensive general dentistry services include:

Meet our Dental Clinic Specialists

Our Dental Clinic is staffed by dentists, dental specialists and dental residents. They’re all licensed dental school graduates, staff members of The Queen’s Medical Center, and carefully selected for their unique skills and interest in working in a hospital setting. Residents, attending dentists, and oral surgeons are also on-call to respond to the urgent needs of hospital staff and patients.

They work with multidisciplinary teams throughout The Queen’s Medical Center to assist with treatment, including:

Dental Clinic Resources

These resources can help you maintain excellent dental health:  

American Dental Association Patient Resources