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.

Does it hurt to get a tooth pulled?

Tooth extraction in Bonita Springs, FL, is a gentle process that relies on image-guided technology and general anesthesia. If you’re feeling especially anxious or need a complex surgical extraction, we can also talk to you about sedation dentistry.

Our anesthesia is a local numbing agent that ensures you’ll not feel pain. However, we understand that you may still be anxious. Therefore, your dentist will discuss sedation options to provide a relaxing dental treatment.

Our sedation options include nitrous oxide and oral sedation. We can use these alone or in combination.

After your anesthesia wears off, you may notice some discomfort, but this is treatable with medication, usually ibuprofen, because of its anti-inflammatory properties. Your dentist will also give you recovery instructions to promote fast healing.

Instructions include not smoking and maintaining a soft diet for the first few days. We also encourage you to contact our dental office if you have questions or concerns following your tooth extraction.

Gentle Tooth Extractions in Bonita Springs, FL

We pride ourselves on creating a relaxing environment for our patients, including pain-free treatments. However, if you would like more information or if you have a damaged tooth, we encourage you to reach out today to arrange a consultation with the dentist.

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