Wheatfield Family Dentistry is a Western New York family dental practice.  Our dentists serve the dental needs for patients from North Tonawanda, Wheatfield, Lewiston, Niagara Falls, Tonawanda, Amherst to Buffalo. Come in to learn about our practice and also different dental procedures.



Dr. Kathleen Casacci founded Wheatfield Family Dentistry in 1994 with a patient treatment philosophy to provide dental care of the highest caliber in an environment that is soothing and patient centered.  Dr. Casacci has achieved Associate Fellowship in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry; she has also completed extensive training in Bioesthestic dentistry treating TMJ patients. 

     She is thrilled to welcome to Wheatfield Family Dentistry, Dr. Rod Stewart.  Dr. Stewart has been practicing general and implant dentistry in Ontario, Canada for thirty years. For the last four years he has been the director of a comprehensive implant training center, training dentists in implant dentistry.  He has been a faculty member at SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine for the past two years and lectures extensively around the world.  He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and Board Certified by the American Board of Oral Implantology and Implant Dentistry. This is the highest distinction for training and skill that a dentist providing implants can achieve.

     Wheatfield Family Dentistry have been providing "Quality Dentistry with a Gentle Touch" to WNY residents for 19 years and recently opened a new state of the art facility at 3349 Niagara Falls Boulevard.  Doctors Casacci and Stewart are excited to expand their services to include:  digital impressions (no gooey impression trays) and comprehensive smile makeovers with immediate smile (implant supported bridges and crowns.) WFD also has a specialized (Cone Beam) x-ray machine that, with minimal radiation, can take a 3-D x-ray of the jaws to aid in treatment planning and guide surgeries.  They offer intravenous and nitrous oxide sedation and the wand computerized anesthesia. Everything in this new facility is geared toward patient comfort and esthetics, from the exceptional art work and decor to the music and water falls; even the dental chairs have massagers in them.