The Offices


Office Philosophy

TriState Family Dental Centers is a group dental practice, established in 1971, where the doctors and staff are truly dedicated to treating their patients with the same kindness and care they would expect from a healthcare professional. In essence, we cater to the needs of our patients. At TSFDC, our goal is to provide the highest quality dentistry, in as pain-free manner as possible, at a fee which the patient feels is reasonable.

Being a group practice gives our patients the availability of any of our dentists, should an unexpected need arise. However, if a patient wishes to be seen by his specific doctor, every effort will be made to schedule that patient as soon as possible.

In addition to taking emergency appointments, we strive to make coming to the dentist as convenient as possible for our patients. We have two facilities, located on both the East and the North sides of Evansville. We also keep late hours Monday, Wednesday and Thursday; we are open until 7 pm.

At TSFDC, we offer as many services as possible to effectively treat our patients in one office to avoid the need for our patients to get acquainted with a new office each time a new procedure is necessary. Currently our doctors and staff are well equipped to provide:


In keeping with our efforts to make our patients’ experiences as simple and pain-free as possible, we keep our fees within the standard range for our community. We accept all major credit cards and offer outside financial aid through CareCredit. We are happy to file insurance claims for our patients, and allow those who have out-of-network insurance to pay only their estimated portion at the time of service.

At TSFDC, we believe that fear and cost are the main reasons why people postpone needed dental care. Because of this, our doctors and staff make every effort to help our patients have a comfortable dental visit. Our motto is to inform before we perform, meaning all treatment is fully explained in advance, and we welcome any questions our patients may have. Although we feel it is our job to make sure all available options are explained to our patients, we believe that the final decision on treatment remains with the patient. It is important to us that our patients feel they are fully involved in their treatment.