What Sets Us Apart
At Christopher Haines DDS, we offer personalized dental care with a team that feels like old friends. Our bilingual staff are committed to delivering efficient, high-quality service in a patient-oriented environment.
We're proud to promote honesty and ethics in dentistry. We make sure there's no surprise costs or additional procedures outside the agreed-upon treatment plan.
We stay on schedule, because we think your time is just as important as ours.
Dr. Haines and the staff have worked together happily for decades. Ruby for example, has been with the family for 30 years. Everyone in the office is cross-trained to answer all patient questions.
We're also connected by similar values of compassion and respect. We are relaxed and comfortable with one another, and because we’re like family, our patients can tell our relationships with them and each other are genuine.
Dr. Haines has had the pleasure of dedicating over 30 years to the treatment of patients, giving them the dental care and personal attention they deserve. Our practice in Honolulu offers patients a full range of comprehensive dental treatments including preventive, cosmetic and restorative dentistry.
Attention to Detail
Our patient’s first comprehensive examination usually lasts about an hour and a half. During their visit we’ll discuss their concerns, whether it’s a desire for a more beautiful smile or to address serious oral health issues. After diagnostic testing and evaluation, I present treatment options and share a comprehensive plan that specifically outlines their preferred pathway to a healthy and beautiful smile. I believe a comprehensive approach to dentistry is like looking at the whole forest instead of just the trees.
It's important to keep up with the latest medical technologiesn in this modern world that we're living in, but I credit the success of my practice to a service approach which treats patients like family. At the end of the day, it’s not just about teeth or the treatments, but getting to know the patient and addressing his or her individual needs. Patients have different temperaments and circumstances and I believe those differences must be respected.