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Bonita Springs – (239) 495-7400

Naples – (239) 566-9700

Fort Myers – (239) 288-7275

 

TOWER DENTAL ARTS | Dr. Sonia Rocha

INVISALIGN

COSMETIC DENTISTRY

RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY

FAMILY DENTAL CARE

Tower Dental Arts provides 3 state of the art dental facilities in Bonita Springs, Naples & Fort Myers Florida that offers the very best in modern day cosmetic, restorative & preventative dental care for your entire family, utilizing the latest technology and safest materials and procedures available.

Serving the Southwest Florida area for over 22 years, Dr. Rocha specializes in creating beautiful, impacting smiles with a gentle and caring touch. From preventative dental cleanings to full mouth reconstruction, your care, restored functionality & confidence in your smile is our number one priority for patients of all ages!

Same day dental emergencies and new patients are always welcome! Please take advantage of our flexible financing programs when you contact us today for an initial appointment.

We will use the latest and best techniques and materials to help you achieve your perfect smile

Dr. Sonia Rocha

DENTURES DENTIST IN BONITA SPRINGS FLORIDA

Dr. Rocha and her caring dental team will do all they can to help you preserve your natural teeth with careful preventative dentistry practices and conservative treatments.  However, sometimes the best decision for your optimal dental health is tooth extraction and...

NON-SURGICAL GUM DISEASE THERAPY IN BONITA SPRINGS FL

The gum tissue, bone, and ligaments that surround your teeth, called the periodontium, need to remain healthy, as they are a very important support for your teeth. You will not have healthy teeth for long if the support system is unhealthy. Dr. Sonia Rocha and her...

Our Services Include:

Cosmetic Dentistry
Dental Emergency Care
Gum Desease Treatment
Invisalign Clear Braces
Restorative Dentistry
Root Canal Therapy
Sleep Apnea Treatment
Tooth Extraction
Oral Surgery Dentist

What to expect during the Visit?

For most people, two checkups per year are sufficient. But if you have special problems or if you’re at high risk for conditions such as periodontal disease, your dentist may recommend that you come in as frequently as every three months.
A routine visit will include a professional cleaning, an exam, and possibly X-rays. Your dentist should also discuss your health history, asking about your past dental problems, allergies, medication use, drug reactions, recent illnesses, and chronic diseases.