Implementing the latest dental technology, Dr. Evans performs a variety of cosmetic, restorative and implant procedures designed to give you the beautiful and healthy smile you deserve. Our state of the art 3-D cone beam x-ray unit allows Dr. Evans to see exactly how much bone he has to work with. The practice recently added a in house milling machine ( Cerec ), which allows us to make dental crowns while you wait. No more waiting weeks for dentistry.

Mini Dental Implants

As the Editor in Chief for The Journal for the International Academy of Mini Dental Implants. Dr. Caseldine has placed over 2000 dental implants for his valued patients.

Cosmetic Dentistry

  • Minimal Prep Veneers ¬†are the perfect cosmetic solution for permanently stained, chipped, discolored or misaligned teeth.¬†Veneers can even revitalize old crowns and bridgework without the need for replacement. They can be placed over existing teeth without painful removal of sensitive tooth structure (unlike traditional veneers).
  • In Office Whitening is one of the least expensive and least invasive ways to enhance your appearance. We have a variety of tooth whitening options to fit your lifestyle, as well as your checkbook. Techniques range from disposable or customized trays to one-hour in-office whitening that can lighten your teeth up to 10 shades or more.
  • Crown and Bridge work is cemented onto existing teeth or implants, and can only be removed by a dentist.


Endodontics is the area of dentistry dealing with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dental pulp disorders. Endodontic therapy (root canal) is a treatment modality that saves diseased or injured teeth. Typically, a severely decayed tooth or a tooth with a large filling will begin to ache. At first, the pain might be intermittent, but can progress over time to a constant dull throbbing or severe ache that might be felt on all teeth on the affected side.

Periodontal Care

Periodontics involves the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth. Periodontal disease is caused mainly by the accumulation of bacteria (plaque). The destructive toxins and enzymes produced by these bacteria can cause the gum tissues to detach from the tooth, thereby forming a space called the periodontal pocket.

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