I’ve ridden lots of bikes with bent bars before, feels really wierd. I’m guessing there is also a little scar on your front fender too, yes?
Biggest danger is with your throttle hanging up, so check that out before you ride it again, usually the levers get bent too and you might be looking at new grips if the left grip doesn’t come off the old bar easy and stay tight on the new one. A few bikes have the electric wiring routed inside the bars and there is a possibility of wiring or controls being damaged on those bikes, this should be obvious with some visual inspection. Make sure the kill switch works first, then put her on the center stand (if so equipped) and with it running at idle, make certain it doesn’t rev up when you turn the bars from lock to lock.
Bars are one of the easiest things to change if you have some tools and mechanical aptitude. It won’t be cheap to tow it to a dealer and have them do it, but that’s your call either way. I’ve even removed and bent my bars straight so I could finish a competition event. Note: these were very expensive alloy bars and not cheap steel ones.
Once the bars are replaced, it’s easier to visually inspect the front forks for damage, that is something you should look for if you went straight into the car, as opposed to a glancing blow.
Take it easy for a while, an incident like that can really shake your confidence. Bent bars or not riding the bike will feel strange for a bit.