Bonita Grande Dental
A Great Dentist

Welcome to Bonita Grande Dental

We provide patient-focused dentistry, which is about more than just high-quality care and effective treatments. Those are two very important parts of what we do, but what sets us apart from other practices is our commitment to your complete comfort and concern for your well-being. From the moment you first enter our Bonita Springs office, you’ll know that you’re not in an ordinary dental practice. First impressions are important, and every detail of our office reflects our desire to make your visits with us pleasant and free of stress. With amenities like complimentary beverages in our reception area and flat screen TVs in our treatment rooms, we know you’ll have one of the most relaxing dental visits you’ve ever experienced.


My temporary crown fell off, and it’s SATURDAY, what do I do?

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Having a temporary crown can be frustrating at times, especially if it comes out on a weekend. Luckily, this is not usually an emergency, and there are several ways to remedy this situation on your own. The following tips will help you navigate the weekend until you are able to see your dentist for a full assessment.

  1. Determine if your temp is broken. Most temps come off cleanly. If your temp is broken, you will not be able to place it back on by yourself and will need a new one fabricated at your dentist.
  2. A broken temp is not typically an emergency situation, so waiting until Monday to have ...

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Before You Drink, Think about Your Dental Health

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A recent article published in the British Dental Journal discusses the affect that alcohol has on oral health. It was found that there are several areas where alcohol impacts your oral health, including oral cancer, bad breath, tooth wear, and periodontal disease.

The Effects of Alcohol on Oral Health

  • Oral cancer: Evidence shows that a significant risk factor for oral cancer is alcohol consumption. Estimates indicate that more than 30 percent of all oral cancer cases worldwide can be attributed to alcohol use.
  • Bad breath: A significant association exists between increased consumption and bad breath. While more research needs to be done to establish a connection, bad breath is often attributed to ...

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It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year - Time to Use Your Benefits!

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While you are busy making plans for the holidays this year, don’t forget to consider the insurance benefits you may have remaining for this calendar year.

Dental benefits reset every year, so the term “Use It or Lose it” has special significance when it comes to your dentistry. Insurance is a valuable benefit and one you should get the most out of, so be sure not to leave any of your 2017 benefits on the table!

Maximize Your Insurance Benefits

If your insurance runs on a calendar year, there are several good reasons to make sure you get the most out of your annual coverage:

Save money – Many patients lose track throughout the ...

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The Consequences of Delaying a Root Canal

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Any type of tooth pain is not healthy. It is a signal from your body that something is happening that needs immediate attention. The pain may be the result of a small cavity or something as serious as a root canal infection.

It’s no secret that no one wants to even think about root canal treatment. But the fear of the procedure is entirely unwarranted. Today dentists use updated instruments, techniques, and state-of-the-art sedation to make your root canals comfortable and stress-free.

Putting Off Treatment Is a Bad Idea!

In the entire history of dentistry, there has never been one single dental condition that gets better or goes away without some ...

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We Solve Your Bad Breath Issues

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Do you struggle with bad breath? Whether you call it halitosis or dragon breath, we have all had to endure it at some point in our lives, but it’s usually associated with eating foods with strong odors like garlic and onions.

However, if you typically find your co-workers backing away from you during conversations, the solution may be as easy as stepping up your oral hygiene routine. If you want to keep your breath fresh, here are a few simple things you can do to get the most of out of your brushing routine.

  • Always brush your tongue – Bacteria and food particles collect on the back of your tongue and can ...

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As Your Body Ages, So Do Your Teeth. What You Need to Know

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It's no secret that, as we age, our bodies go through a lot of unwelcome changes. Health problems creep up more frequently and, because our teeth take a lot of wear and tear, dental issues also multiply. 

But there are steps you can take to protect your oral health and minimize the risk of certain general health problems as well. Being informed about conditions that affect you as you age allows you to make healthy choices about managing your oral health.

Common Oral Health Issues Seniors Face

Increased Risk for Heart Disease - It is a well-established fact that poor gum health affects other bodily systems. But now the latest research indicates that gum disease ...

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The Effect of Sugar on Your Oral Health

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One of the first things you were told when you were a little kid is that sugar is bad for teeth. However, you may not have been told why sugar is bad, just that it is.

As an adult, you have the responsibility of managing your oral health. If you want to have a healthy smile, it helps to understand the habits that lead to dental problems so you can take steps to correct them.

The Problem with Sugar

A lot is going on in your mouth all the time, but especially when you eat. Bacteria collect on your teeth throughout the day and form a sticky biofilm called plaque. Since plaque contains ...

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