Dr. Steven Rosenstein is a Dentist practicing in Aventura, FL. Dr. Rosenstein specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Smile Design and esthetic management are his passions. Using his skill, and where appropriate, an interdisciplinary approach, he can manage the complexities of Oral Rehabilitation and health maintenance.
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Colgate University Bachelor Degree 0
The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree 0
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Yes, but you should still see a dentist to evaluate the cause because it is likely to redevelop. READ MORE
Depending on where the graft was done, the materials used and the size of the graft will determine the waiting time to place the implants. The Doc who did the graft should make that determination. 3 to 6 months is average. READ MORE
Yes. In moderation. READ MORE
Treat them like your teeth. READ MORE
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Possibly, but not likely. Need to have your dentist check for tooth or gum causes also. READ MORE
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Yes, but it depends on the correct diagnosis of what caused the gummy smile as to the best approach to correcting it. It can be as "simple" as surgically raising the gum, but the bone structure and lip function can impact the correct treatment decision. READ MORE
It depends on how bad they are, how well the adjustment to the denture was made and the healing capacity of the patient. READ MORE
See your dentist. There are lots of causes and the dentist needs to assess your situation to make the correct recommendation. READ MORE
It is not unusual for a day or so to have some minor bleeding, but it should not last more than that. If you are taking any medications that can promote bleeding like aspirin, ibuprofen or other prescription meds., the bleeding may last longer. READ MORE
A fixed bridge assuming the teeth on either side of the missing tooth are strong enough. READ MORE
Braces certainly complicate oral hygiene but you can get through the process cavity-free if you are very diligent. Brushing is important, but with all the "hardware" in your mouth, the brush is not going to remove all the food and plaque (bacteria) that collects. A Waterpik is very helpful; stay away from lots of refined sugars and carbs. Use a Fluoride rinse and have your dentist/orthodontist apply fluoride varnish periodically. Sucking on Xylitol lozenges is also helpful. You can find great cavity prevention products at www.carifree.com. READ MORE
Yes if you don't clean them thoroughly. READ MORE
If the bridge is a fixed bridge that does not come out of your mouth, you can eat anything. If, however, it is a removable bridge then chewing hard things and tough to chew things will put excess force on the teeth and gums that will be supporting it. READ MORE
NO. The porcelain must be redone to change the shade. READ MORE
First of all, dentures should be able to be made very esthetic if the dentist takes the time to work with you. The only alternative is to use dental implants so the teeth are more stable or, if enough implants are placed, a removable restoration can be eliminated. However, the esthetic outcome is still dependent on the dentist's work with the patient to achieve your desired outcome. READ MORE
First, he has to determine the cause, if possible. That will determine the treatment approach. There are desensitizing products to use and the bite must be evaluated as well. READ MORE
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Faculty Titles & Positions
- Clinical Associate Professor University of Florida, Hialeah Clinic 2013 - Present
- Academy of General Dentistry - Fellow
- American Dental Association
- Academy of Osseointegration
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- The Academy of Osseointegration Foundation
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Steven J. Rosenstein, who serves patients in Aventura, Florida.
Dr. Rosenstein is a skilled dentist tending to patients’ dental needs at Rosenstein and Gartner Dentistry, PLLC in Aventura, Florida.
He is committed to helping his patients achieve the maximum level of oral health through carefully listening to their desires, concerns, and any fears that may be present. With each patient, he devotes significant time to understanding the current status of their dental health and planning for a more comfortable and predictable future. He believes it is best to always make quality the constant and time the variable in achieving goals.
Rosenstein and Gartner Dentistry, PLLC proudly serves North Miami Beach and the Aventura, Florida area at 20803 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 306. The Aventura dentists, Doctors Steven J. Rosenstein, DMD, Judith L. Gartner, DMD, MMSc, and Gabriela Cohen, DMD, are dedicated to providing the best possible dental care with state-of-the-art equipment and sterilization technologies. As dental experts, they specialize in all facets of their work, including dental implants, veneers, general dentistry, root canal, Invisalign, crowns, restorative dentistry, periodontal disease, sleep apnea, bridges, and teeth whitening.
Born in Albany, New York in 1950, Dr. Rosenstein was blessed with a warm and loving family life in his youth and it certainly impacted on his adult years. He attended Colgate University before moving on to The University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine and graduating with his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree. After completing a General Practice Residency in the United States Public Health Service, he returned to Philadelphia to begin his private practice career.
After 21 years, he decided to move to Florida and has been practicing there since 1998. His work history includes serving as a clinical instructor half a day per week at the UF Hialeah clinic, and as a clinical instructor half a day per week at Mount Sinai Hospital GPR program (for 3 years until the program closed).
Among Dr. Rosenstein’s professional affiliations include Board member of the Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale South since 2015, Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, member of the American Dental Association, member of the Academy of Osseointegration, and on the Board of Advisors for The Pankey Institute.
His various certifications include: Certificate for Human Participants Protection Education for Research Teams, National Cancer Institute, June 2009 & Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act & Privacy General Awareness for Researchers, University of Florida, June 2009.
His research experience includes 2009 Practitioner- Investigator, Dental Practice-Based Research Network* Study 6, Questionable Occlusal Carious Lesions. University of Florida, Florida/Georgia Region.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
While Dr. Rosenstein’s accomplishments in dentistry are a source of pride and fulfillment for him, his greatest joys come from his wife of 40 years and his wonderful children. Both his children developed his love of learning and have achieved at a very high level academically.
Outside of dentistry, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, reading, and listening to music of all kinds. He and his wife enjoy art festivals, movies, live plays, and the ballet. They are also very committed to their three dogs: Sasha and Emma are Soft-coated Wheaten Terrier & Hugse is an Italian Greyhound.
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