Dentistry that makes you smile!

We provide comfortable, state-of-the-art dentistry in a relaxing professional atmosphere. Our staff of experienced professionals are available for all your cosmetic, implant and general dentistry needs.

Dr. Josephs practices Cosmetic, Implant and General Dentistry. He is on staff at West Palm Hospital and a Faculty Advisory Board member at McGill University’s Faculty of Dentistry.

Our courteous dental team specializes in prevention, diagnosis and treatment of various dental conditions. We look forward to serving you and giving you something to smile about.

We provide dental services to enhance your smile and improve your oral health. Visit our cosmetic and implant gallery to view before and after pictures of actual patients in our office.

We are pleased to offer the following comforts while visiting our office:

  • Complimentary valet parking
  • Patients who want privacy can enter and leave without notice.
  • Free WiFi
  • Handicap Access
  • Flat Screen Televisions
  • Virtual Reality TV Glasses
  • Available 24/7 for Emergencies
  • Out of town patients are able to stay at the Breakers Hotel and can be transported by limousine to Dr. Josephs’ office.

Recent Articles

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You're Invited

Join us on September 19, 2014 for our next free seminar: Teeth for Life VI

Tooth Talk and Ask the Dentist

Dr. Josephs hosts a weekly radio show, Tooth Talk, where he discusses a variety of dental and oral health topics and answers listener questions from e-mails and callers to his show at 561-832-4675. For more information on his radio show visit www.radiotoothtalk.com.

He also has a weekly “Ask the Dentist” column in the Palm Beach Post’s Accent section every Sunday, where he addresses questions from readers each week. His weekly articles can be read online at The Palm Beach Post and on our Blog.

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