Welcome to Smile Honolulu!
We are a second generation dental practice, located in the heart of Honolulu. Dr. Andrea Lee continues a legacy of soft-touch dental care, while offering affordable treatment options and modern techniques to a family-oriented practice.
We take pride in our personal patient care, flexible treatment planning, and trustworthy service. Our patients come first and we take our time to make a treatment plan specific to your needs and desires.
Let us show you the Smile Honolulu difference!
What do I need to bring?
If you have dental insurance, please remember to bring your insurance card and a picture ID.
What insurance plans do you accept?
Feel free to call us at 591-2809 if you have questions about your insurance coverage! We accept most major plans, including
HDS, HMSA PPO, HMAA, Aetna, Cigna, Delta, GEHA, Metlife, Tricare, United Concordia
Do I need to know my medical history?
Yes, it is vital that we know your medical background, in order to provide you with the safest care. We will ask you about any conditions or allergies you may have, any major surgeries you have had, and any medications you may be currently taking. It is important to know your complete medical history so if you need a mental refreshment, you may either ask your physician and/or write down any relevant information and bring it with you to your first dental visit.
Where can I park?
We offer free validated parking in our building. The parking entrance is located on Young St.
What will happen during my first visit?
During your first dental visit, we use this time to get to know you, and you have this opportunity to get to know Dr. Lee and/or Dr. Nguyen. We discuss your medical history and provide a full comprehensive examination of your teeth and gums, dental x-rays, and recommend any treatment that needs to be done. We can then usually provide a dental cleaning, using ultrasonic technology as well as hand instrumentation, to get your teeth and gums as clean as can be. We also try to address any major dental concerns at your first visit as well, and if possible, treat them immediately. Your first dental examination will give us an idea of how long your treatment will take to completion and what to expect along the way.