Caselle Dental, LLC
Wilmington, MA Dentist
Office Hours
Mon 9:00 AM — 6:00 PM
Tues 12:00 PM — 8:00 PM
Wed 9:00 AM — 7:00 PM
Thurs 8:00 AM — 6:00 PM
Fri Closed
What Our Patients Are Saying
  • "My family and I have been going to Dr. Caselle for many years.I broke a tooth a last week and he immediately got me in for an appointment. He saved the tooth and repaired it, it looks better than it ever did! Dr. Caselle is not only a dentist, he is an artist!"
    - Jill P. -
  • "I have been going to Caselle Dental for three years and have had a positive experience every time. The hygienists are always so nice, my appointment is always on time, and the office is clean. They do a thorough job cleaning my teeth and I feel like I am getting the best dental care."
  • "Went for my cleaning today. Everyone is always so happy to see me. I feel like we are friends. My cleaning went well. A few touchups need to be done, they are always so accommodating. They are a great office to do business with, every time"
    - Denise F. -
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Give us a call at  (978) 657-4550
Meet Our Team
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Why is good periodontal health so important?

Periodontal (gum) disease puts your oral health at risk and can cause tooth loss. Additionally, it can create social problems due to bad breath. Perhaps the most frightening of all is the effect that periodontal disease can have on your systemic health.

Periodontal disease is a chronic infection. As with any infection, it causes inflammation. It is easy for the bacteria from gum disease to travel freely through your bloodstream and can affect the health of your other systems such as circulatory, nervous, and respiratory systems. Researchers have discovered a link between gum disease and low birth-weight babies.

Heart disease – When periodontal disease is present, your chances of having a heart attack increase.

Stroke – Strokes are more common in people who also suffer from chronic gum disease.

Complications with respiratory illnesses – Both chronic bronchitis and COPD are more common in people who have untreated gum disease.

Pregnancy complications – Periodontal disease is more common during pregnancy because of hormonal changes. It is especially important to seek treatment because periodontal disease has been linked to low birth-weight.

Many researchers believe that the inflammatory nature of any infection is the cause of health complications linked to periodontal disease. The connection requires more research, but dentists and doctors know that gum disease puts your overall health at risk and that effective treatment supports good overall health and wellness. For a healthy smile and healthy gums, your Wilmington dentist, Dr. Caselle, will be happy to discuss your options.

Patient Testimonial:George Speaks About How Painless His Frenectomy Was

George talks about how superb the service and staff is at Caselle Dental.
He had a frenectomy done by Dr. Caselle and walked away without any pain whatsoever. "I went ... Read more