Dental Services of Bonita Springs
Comprehensive Dental Services For Your Entire Family
Our priority at Family Dentistry of Bonita is to offer you the dental services in Bonita Springs, that you and your family needs for a healthy, functional, and beautiful smile. From preventive dental cleanings and oral health education to helping you restore your smile with a root canal treatment, dental bridges, crowns, or implants, we hope to help you smile for many years to come. And if you’d like to enhance your smile with cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening to get your teeth their whitest, we can help with that too!
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Here is a summary of our Dental Services provided in our office.
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There are several different options are available to change the shape of your teeth including, make teeth look longer, close spaces between teeth or repair chipped or cracked teeth. Among the available dental options are bonding, crowns, veneers, and re-contouring.
Some whitening toothpastes contain the chemical blue covarine, which adheres to the surface of the teeth and creates an optical illusion that can make teeth appear less yellow. When used twice a day, whitening toothpaste can take from two to six weeks to make teeth appear whiter.
Yes! Credit Care is one of the most widely used resources for dental and other medical care expenses. The CareCredit credit card gives cardholders a convenient way to pay for deductibles, copays, coinsurance, and costs not covered by insurance, as well as the option to pay for care over time with promotional financing.
Dental x-rays are a common diagnostic procedure that is considered extremely safe. Digital dental x-rays have very low doses of radiation, producing just a fraction of what you are exposed to in other imaging procedures. If you’re worried about whether you need dental x-rays, or wondering if you should forego this procedure due to other medical conditions, it’s helpful to dive a little deeper into what dental x-rays involve, why they’re performed, and how they’re best handled.
Dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth — usually the back teeth (the premolars and molars) — to prevent tooth decay. The sealant quickly bonds into the depressions and grooves of the teeth, forming a protective shield over the enamel of each tooth.