Cosmetic Dentist, General Dentist, Restorative Dentist, Implant Dentist, Sedation Dentist

Dr. Nancy Rotroff and Dr. Gerard Wasselle in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, understand your time is valuable.  This is why we provide a wide array of dental procedures all under one roof. We provide general, cosmetic, restorative, implant and sedation dentistry.

General Dentistry

A general dentist provides general dental care with the goal to achieve and maintain oral health and wellness for each patient. Your general dentist takes care of most of your dental needs including regular exams and xrays, tooth extractions, fillings, bridges, and crowns. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends visiting your general dentist every six months for dental cleaning and examination.  At these appointments, your dentist will monitor your oral health and ensure that any problems are addressed promptly saving you both time and money in the long run.

Cosmetic Dentistry

A cosmetic dentist focuses mainly on the aesthetics of your smile. Services that address improving the aesthetics of your smile may include veneerscrowns, composite fillingsimplants, professional teeth whitening, as well as orthodontics, or clear braces. Selecting the best cosmetic dentist will ensure a natural-looking, radiant outcome. At Excellence in Dentistry, our dentists have extensive training in the field of aesthetics, use only the highest quality materials and dental labs and have years of experience providing stunning cosmetic restorations. See what our patients are saying

Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing the function, health and appearance of the smile.  Procedures used to restore the smile include root canals, crowns and bridges, dentures, and implants. Our doctors are able to utilize a variety of procedures at once to provide full mouth reconstruction to rebuild the appearance and function of the entire mouth based on the needs of the patient. 

Implant Dentistry

Dental implants are a fantastic option for replacing missing teeth. An implant is placed in the jaw bone where it fuses with your natural bone to provide a stable support for a crown, bridge, or implant supported denture depending on how many teeth are being replaced. Dental implants are a long lasting restoration that feel and look like your natural teeth. If you are missing one or multiple teeth, call to schedule a consultation to see if dental implants are an option for you.

Sedation Dentistry

Many people neglect dental care due to fear of the dentist.  Some just have anxiety regarding getting dental work done or suffer from a gag reflex. To help with the fear, anxiety, and even gag reflex and provide a pain-free, relaxing dental experience, Dr. Wasselle offers IV sedation. IV sedation involves administering an anti-anxiety medication through IV directly into the bloodstream.  It is fast acting, safe, and predictable.

At Excellence in Dentistry in Fort Lauderdale, Dr. Nancy Rotroff and Dr. Gerard Wasselle provide treatment for all of your dental needs in one location. We realize the needs of each patient are different and are here to partner with you to achieve and maintain optimal oral health for you and your family. 

Call our Fort Lauderdale office today at 954-928-1666.

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