Thank you for your continued great service! We have been very happy with our experience. Dr. Perkins and his staff are great to work with!
(5 stars) by Kae Lynn Randall

Great office, wonderful people. Dr. Perkins is great. Usually I’m most afraid of the shots, but i didn’t even feel it. All around great experience.
(5 stars) by Lisa Diaz

Everyone there is always so helpful, happy and professional. If you are looking for a new dentist, look no further. This is where you need to be!
(5 stars) by Kim Shreeve


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Mesa Cosmetic Dentist Office

New Patient SpecialGilbert Road Dental Care welcomes new patients and, currently, we are offering a new patient special. Our $59 new patient offer includes a Comprehensive Exam, Digital X-rays, and General Dental Cleaning in the absence of gum disease. Stop by Gilbert Road Dental Care and find out why our patients love us.

Welcome to Gilbert Road Dental Care

We are conveniently located near E. McKellips Road and N. Gilbert Road in Mesa. In addition to serving the families of Mesa, we provide high quality dental care to our neighbors in Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe, Scottsdale, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Apache Junction and Ahwatukee. Additionally, we also offer extended evening office hours on Tuesday and Thursday to help you fit dental care into your busy schedule.

What makes Gilbert Road Dental Care Different?

Two words: CONSERVATIVE and GENTLE. Like most dentists, we strive for excellent, long lasting oral health. But we achieve those goals with the least aggressive treatment options. A hurried dental visit can often lead to anxiety, confusion and pain. At Gilbert Road Dental Care we take our time to relate with the patient attentively so we can treat them carefully and gently. We are so proud to have one of the best dentist in Mesa Arizona!

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The Smile Savings Plan:

The best way to reduce the overall costs of dental care is to prevent problems before they occur, even if you do not have dental insurance. The Smile Savings Plan is for individuals, couples, or families who would like affordable, high quality dental care but don’t have insurance.

Membership costs $139 annually for an individual to $249 for a family. Want to learn more about our Smile Savings Plan? Call us today to find out more.

What are you looking for when it comes to your family’s dental health provider and cosmetic dentist?

  • Experienced and friendly dentists who are up-to-date on modern techniques and technology
  • An inviting and relaxed environment that welcomes every member of your family from the youngest to the most senior
  • An excellent team devoted to the local community, who take the time to get to know you and your family and dedicate their work to promoting dental and health awareness
Our Services

We offer the wide range of dental services that your family needs. From root canals, dental implants and check ups to fillings, routine cleanings and complete smile makeovers, we can provide you and your entire family with complete dental care.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

A little change in your smile can make a big change in your appearance. The dramatic increase of interest in Cosmetic Dentistry has aroused a great deal of research and innovation in the entire field. New advances and cosmetic benefits are now available that have never been available before. It is because of these advances that we can improve smiles in quick, painless, and affordable treatments.


Today much emphasis is placed on having a healthy smile. But if you have one or more teeth that are cracked, chipped, decayed, or otherwise degraded, how can you best restore your smile to its former glory? Crowns—also known as tooth caps—are a popular dental restoration option that can be adapted to fit practically any budget restraints or tooth status.


A bridge is comprised of two dental caps that are placed on the teeth on either side of the gap, with however many false teeth required filling in the space. These false teeth are also known as “pontics”. bridge crosses the space left by a missing tooth or other dental gap and helps secure the teeth on either side.


Dental Implants

Dental implants are replacements for both the root and the tooth that are made to provide the support that is needed in your mouth. The implants are placed surgically to the upper and lower jawbone of your teeth. When attached, the implants will look and feel like a natural grown tooth that will enhance and restore your smile.


Should restorative treatments ever become necessary, we hold a variety of options that can help. We make it a priority to provide excellent care to our patients, and we are always ready to discuss our available options and recommend our most comfortable and least invasive treatments. It is within our ability not only to create a fulfilling dental experience, but to provide you with fully functional teeth, and a beautiful and brilliant smile.

Periodontal Disease

Periodontal Disease

To avoid advancement in periodontal disease, patients need to be aware of what is happening inside their mouths. This can easily be done by consistent practice of good oral hygiene and by attending regularly scheduled dental appointments. If there is any pain or discomfort surrounding your teeth or gums, it is strongly recommended that you visit a dentist immediately.


Dental veneers are the perfect solution for unsightly smiles. Gilbert Road Dental Care is the premiere source for this excellent dental cosmetic option, and we’re prepared to provide the smile you’ve been dreaming of.Dental veneers are thin shells designed to cover the front of individual teeth, giving the appearance of a full and healthy smile

Fluoride Treatment

When dental patients come to Gilbert Road Dental Care for fluoride treatments, the only requirement is that they don’t drink or eat for at least 30 minutes beforehand in order to prime teeth for fluoride absorption. We recommend fluoride treatments in 3, 6, or 12-month intervals, depending on your oral health situation.