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. -
Are you ready to schedule a visit with us, or do you have questions?
Give us a call at  (978) 657-4550
Meet Our Team
Caselle Dental, LLC | Dr. Caselle
Dr. Caselle
Caselle Dental, LLC | Laura
Laura
Caselle Dental, LLC | Emily
Emily
Caselle Dental, LLC | Jeniffer
Jennifer
Caselle Dental, LLC | Rickielee
Rickielee
Get To Know Our Team

Do I need braces?

Many people look at their mouths and see teeth that are crowded or rotated, and may not consider orthodontics because they feel it is a cosmetic treatment. 

However, in many cases, this misalignment of teeth can lead to periodontal disease since it is more difficult to remove plaque and harmful bacteria. Also, poor alignment of teeth can create excessive pressure, resulting in chipping and grooves at the gumline. Eventually, this constant wear will result in gum recession, sensitivity, loose teeth, and tooth loss.

When teeth are correctly aligned, you reduce the chances of periodontal disease and the abnormal wear and trauma that can result. Research has shown that periodontal disease, if left untreated, may increase the risk for coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and adverse pregnancy outcomes.

At our Wilmington dental office, we are pleased to offer two treatment options to meet your orthodontic needs: Six Month Smiles and Invisalign.

Six Month Smiles addresses the alignment of the teeth that are visible when you smile using tooth-colored brackets and wires. Since we are only treating the front teeth, treatment takes approximately six months.

Invisalign uses nearly invisible aligners to gradually move teeth. They are removable, making it easy to care for your teeth throughout treatment.

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