Boynton Beach Dentist Stays Up to Date on Latest Dental Trends
Well, I'm a Jersey boy originally so I went to Rutgers University for undergraduate and I studied biology there. Then I went to Temple Dental School in Philadelphia for four years to become a dentist, where I got a lot of experience. It's in the inner city. It's a very poor area, and there's tons of people there who need dental work so there was no shortage of patients, and you get a tremendous amount of experience there.
Well, I try to stay on top of the latest techniques and technology in my offices. I began placing implants in the past few years to help people who were missing teeth. The technology and everything is constantly changing. There's always new things coming out. I try to do the best for my patients and keeping on top of everything and expanding my knowledge base and trying to provide as many services as possible under one roof to the patients so they don't have to go to different offices all the time. I try to keep as much as possible here—that we can do here. I'm always trying to expand my knowledge so that way, I can do more and more things here in the office.
Dr. Hugh Rosenblatt is a transplant to the great state of Florida. A native of New Jersey, he began his dental education there. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, he attended the Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry at Temple University. After graduation, he completed his general practice residency at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ. He joined the practicing dental community following the completion of his residency.
Dr. Rosenblatt has been practicing in Florida since 1998 and opened his own practice in 2001. Establishing his practice gave him more freedom to help his patients the way they needed, and to provide the kind of comfort and care that they deserved. He enjoys so many aspects of his job, including helping his patients get to and maintain a high level of dental health. He especially loves getting to share patients’ reactions when they see their new smiles for the first time.
Even though Dr. Rosenblatt has practiced dentistry for more than 20 years, the learning part of his job is never finished. Because he wants to be able to provide the highest level of care possible to his patients, he attends hundreds of hours of continuing education courses every year. These courses help him remain up to date with the latest developments in dental technology and techniques. It also ensures you’ll get the type of treatment that you want and expect from Hugh B. Rosenblatt, DMD, PA!Dr. Rosenblatt on The Most Rewarding Aspect of Dentistry Read Transcript
Why I do what I do is to help people fix their teeth, get them out of pain, make them feel better about themselves, help their self-confidence. A lot of dentistry is a disease so we're trying to cure, eliminate, or minimize the disease process in people's mouths so we're getting them healthy; it helps their overall health. People walk out of here, you know, if you make it as painless as possible, most people are happy with what they get. At the end of the day, you're helping people but you also—you feel good about yourself too.
The continuing education courses also allow him to maintain his membership in various professional organizations. To date, he is a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry as well as the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Rosenblatt is also a member of the American Dental Association and the Florida Dental Association.
Outside of helping people find their winning smiles, Dr. Rosenblatt loves to spend time with his lovely wife and their two twin girls. His other hobbies include skiing and playing tennis.