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Trustworthy Associate Dentist – Arlington Heights, IL

Arlington Heights Cosmetic Dentist Brian Rosenblatt, DMD

Arlington Heights Illinois dentist Brian Rosenblatt D M D

“Dentistry, like all other medical professions, is about serving people, and that’s exactly why I love being a dentist. It gives me the chance to not only help people’s health, but also their self-confidence.

Just one treatment can completely change how a person feels about themselves, and I just love how I can be a small part of that.”

Dentistry That Puts You First

Dr. Rosenblatt believes in a patient-focused kind of dentistry that always keeps comfort and personalized care at the forefront. Every person who comes to Westgate Dental Care has individual needs and preferences, and he strives to meet them with every single treatment he performs.

Exceptional

“I take pride in the level of care I can provide for a wide variety of patients, and I’m constantly striving to get better. That’s why I still take numerous hours of continuing education each year. In the end, I want to be able to do everything I can to give my patients healthy and beautiful smiles.”

Stress-Free

“Going to the dentist should never be an anxiety-inducing experience! You should feel comfortable and well taken care of whether you’re in the treatment chair or not. This is why I try to get to know my patients’ personalities before I treat them. That way, I can make sure that they always have a positive dental experience.”

Customized

“If I see 10 different patients in a day, they’ll have 10 different smiles, and that means they’ll each need treatments tailored to their specific teeth. Dentistry is not a one-size-fits all profession, so when a patient comes to see me, I make sure that the treatment I’m providing is personalized for their particular smile.”

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Why I Love
Being A Dentist.

“Dentistry, like all other medical professions, is about serving people, and that’s exactly why I love being a dentist. It gives me the chance to not only help people’s health but also their self-confidence. Whether that comes from fixing a patient’s damaged teeth, providing a cosmetic treatment, or simply helping them finally feel comfortable at the dentist, every day is filled with small victories.

Just one treatment can completely change how a person feels about themselves, and I just love how I can be a small part of that.”

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Why I Love
Westgate Dental Care

“I enjoy practicing at Westgate Dental Care because it allows me to focus on what really matters—our patients. I can trust that the team will always be operating at a high level, and that I’ll have access to the newest and most advanced technology. This kind of environment gives me the freedom to put all of my effort into providing high-quality care.

Of course, it also gives me the chance to work with my fantastic colleague Dr. Kics. It’s just amazing watching him with his patients, and it motivates me to learn more and do better with each passing day.”

Doctor Rosenblatt smiling outdoors

Dedicated to His Field

Continuing education is an integral part of Dr. Rosenblatt's professional growth. He has completed hundreds of hours of coursework to give your family the highest level of care imaginable.

Doctor Rosenblatt with the Westgate Dental Care team

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Education

  • B.S. – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (James Scholar)
  • D.M.D. – Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine
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Memberships

  • American Dental Association
  • Chicago Dental Society
  • Illinois State Dental Society

Outside of the Dental Office,
What Do You Like to Do?

Dr. Rosenblatt and his wonderful wife Jori actually grew up down the street from one another, but they never met until their college years! Today, they have an amazing daughter named Sawyer, as well as an adorable Bernedoodle puppy named Mitzi. Other than spending quality time with his loved ones, his favorite hobbies include picking up new cooking skills, keeping up with Chicago sports, and taking road trips, even though that’s become less frequent these days.

Doctor Rosenblatt's family