Towncare Dental of Bonita Springs
16565 Vanderbilt Drive, Bonita Springs, FL 34134
A beautiful smile boosts your self-esteem and reflects your inner health. If you’re fortunate enough to have healthy teeth and gums, keeping them that way should be a top priority. With good dental hygiene at home and a skilled general or family dentist, your goal is within reach.
A general dentist treats a wide variety of conditions that affect the teeth and gums while maintaining a focus on lifelong dental health. General dentists often treat both individual patients and their family or household members.
Practicing general family dentistry involves performing numerous procedures, tests and treatments, including the following:
Our skilled and experienced general dentists aim to provide comprehensive care for all of our patients and their families. Our professional general dentistry services are outlined below.
You should visit your general dental office twice a year and whenever you have unexpected dental symptoms or injuries. If you have a chronic dental condition or medical problem that could affect your dental health, you may need to see your dental provider more often.
Every visit is different. Your overall cost will reflect office fees, treatments and tests and your dental insurance coverage. For specific details, contact our dental office.
Setting up an appointment has never been easier. Contact our dental office, and let us know what dates and times are convenient for you; we’ll take care of the rest.
A typical dentist general practice checkup takes an hour or less. If you’re having a complex dental procedure, it may take several hours. Please contact us to determine how much time you should set aside for your scheduled appointment.
We want your visit to be positive and pleasant. To help ensure a smooth process, please arrive on time for your appointment and provide your insurance information, a list of medications and supplements that you currently take and a general medical history. If you suffer from dental phobia or panic attacks, let us know ahead of time so that we can inform your dentist and make your visit less stressful.
If you never see your dentist, he or she won’t be able to treat conditions like tooth decay and gum disease in their earliest stages. Waiting until you develop painful symptoms will result in longer and more complicated treatments and a higher risk of future tooth loss. Save yourself from preventable pain and thousands of dollars in dental care bills over time by keeping your dental appointments. If you’re ready to schedule an exam, we’re ready to help. Give us a call to get started.