Boynton Beach Family Dentistry

March 10, 2020

At Hugh B. Rosenblatt, DMD, PA our team wants to ensure you receive three things every time you visit our Boynton Beach, FL office: gentle dental care, outstanding service, and a comfortable atmosphere. We do it by providing:

  • Extended hours, including evening and Friday appointments.
  • Cutting-edge technology, like intraoral cameras and digital X-rays
  • Two dental sedation options.
  • Complete menu of services, from dental cleanings to smile makeovers.
  • Relaxing atmosphere, including option of cozying up with a pillow and blanket.
  • Metal-free dental treatments to reduce allergy concerns and ensure your smile looks natural.

Our Dentist Does It All

We are a full-service dental provider in the Boynton Beach, FL area. You’ll find general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry services. Whether you are looking for preventive care like dental exams and cleanings, cosmetic options like dental veneers and teeth whitening, or restorative treatments like dental implants, you’ll get the care you want and need. With our extended hours, we can usually schedule same-day appointments for dental emergencies.

Dr. Rosenblatt, a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, has been practicing in Florida since 1998. He invests many hours in continuing education courses to make sure you receive the level of service you deserve. Your smile is safe with Dr. Rosenblatt!

So for those who live in the Boynton Beach area, give Dr. Hugh Rosenblatt DMD a call today. Our office and staff provide a caring and comfortable setting and we are a family dentist office that will work with you to solve your dental needs. We also offer a variety payment options to keep your dental care affordable as well. We want to work with you to keep you smiling and keep your mouth healthy.
Call us today to schedule an appointment at (561) 877-3802 or contact us online.

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