It’s natural to have questions for your new dentist. Check out some of the questions we hear often in our Boynton Beach, FL dentist office. You can call us at (561) 877-3802 for answers to any questions that aren’t answered here.
Q: Can I Get Dental Implants?
Dr. Rosenblatt, a member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, will consider a number of factors to determine if you’re a dental implant candidate. The first is whether you are missing teeth or simply have damaged teeth that need to be extracted. He’ll also assess whether you have the bone structure to support implants. If you have insufficient bone structure, you may benefit from a sinus lift or bone graft to promote new bone growth in your mouth. Dr. Rosenblatt can perform extractions and bone-building procedures if you need them.
Q: How Can Dental Veneers Improve My Appearance?
Dental veneers are an effective treatment for cosmetic flaws that affect how you feel about your smile. They can cover stubborn dental staining, such as discoloration from medications, that is hard to treat with teeth whitening. Chips and cracks can also steal the look of your smile. Veneers can cover those problems, too, and even provide support to keep the tooth from further damage.
Q: How Can I Beat Dental Anxiety?
The first step is to identify what caused your dental fear in the first place. Once you’ve identified the source of your fear, talk to Dr. Rosenblatt about it so together you can create a plan for alleviating your anxiety. We provide every patient with gentle dentistry in a friendly environment. Our goal is always to make your experience relaxed and comfortable. We can help you manage your fears with dental sedation and creature comforts like cozy pillows and blankets.
Q: What Payment Options Do You Accept?
Hugh B. Rosenblatt, DMD, PA is dedicated to making sure you can get the dental care you need. That’s why we work with most dental insurance providers and accept several payment options. We also can put you in contact with several specialty medical lending providers, such as CareCredit.