There’s plenty you can do for your dental health. One important thing is to choose the right professionals for your care, and Florida dentist Dr. Steven A. Rosenberg and Associates provides the type of cutting edge services that will keep your teeth in tip-top shape.
If you’re looking for a Florida dentist, you need look no further. “At Dr. Steven A. Rosenberg and Associates DDS, you will find one of Plantation Florida’s best dental teams.Our team of amazing doctors, gentle dental hygienists, thorough clinical technicians, and friendly office team will ensure your dentist office visit is nothing short of exemplary,” we write on our website.
Here are a few of the services you can expect from your Florida dentist.
Rosenberg and Associates uses high tech equipment to help ensure the best care for our patients, including the Diagnodent, which is the latest in cavity detection.
“The Diagnodent can detect even the smallest cavities that even the trained eye of your dentist can miss, even while using magnification loupes! The earlier the cavity can be detected, the sooner it can be removed and chances are, there will be minor, if not any pain involved,” we state.
We all want a bright smile and, with the latest in cosmetic whitening procedures, that’s possible.
“The procedure itself really doesn’t take very long. A hardening resin is applied to the gums to protect them from irritation from the bleaching gel. The bleaching gel which is hydrogen peroxide will be applied to the teeth. This will remain on the teeth for approximately 15-30 minutes. It will then be removed and an additional one or more treatments will be reapplied and remain on the teeth again for 15-30 minutes,” we write.
Preventive care is extremely important when it comes to dental health. Our experts can help keep your teeth and gums healthy.
“Dr. Rosenberg and Associates dental office provides new patients a comprehensive oral exam, which is recommended at least once a year. During a dental exam, the dentist or hygienist will clean your teeth and check for cavities and gum disease. The dentist or hygienist will also evaluate your risk of developing other oral health problems, as well as check your face, neck and mouth for abnormalities,” we write.