Meet the Dentist’s

Jonathan Kalika, DMD
Dentist & Owner of
Dental Center of Mesa

Dr. Jonathan Kalika double majored in Physiology and Russian at UC Davis prior to attending Tufts Dental School in Boston. After graduating with his DMD from Tufts in 2004, Dr. Kalika joined the Dental Center of Mesa and has been providing exceptional dental care ever since. He is a member of the American Dental Association and has taken advanced courses in many areas of dentistry, including IV sedation for Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA.

Dr. Kalika’s goal as a dentist is to help anyone and everyone in need. He caters to all types of patients, both young and old and welcomes new patients to our office to experience the high-quality care that they deserve.

When not at work, Dr. Kalika, the father of three children, is big into sports and his family. Those who know him best say that he is an adrenaline junkie. He loves all types of sports and plays soccer in an adult league. Dr. Kalika also enjoys dirt biking, working out, wakeboarding, and watersports.


Dr. Parker Mitchell, D.M.D
ParkerDr. Mitchell graduated from Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine, meaning his education and experience are in conjunction with the newest and most innovative technologies in dental health today. Dr. Mitchell takes great pride in his dentistry, and is a member of the ADA, the Arizona Dental Association, California Dental Association, and Central Arizona Dental Society as well.

As a Nebraska native (with pitstops in Florida & California along the way), Dr.Mitchell is excited to now call Arizona home, and build his dental practice and reputation here in the Valley. Along with that aspiration, Dr. Mitchell is focused on:

-Providing his patients with ethical care, keeping their needs of upmost importance
-Have an active role in local and state organized dentistry
-Mentor aspiring dental professionals

When Dr. Mitchell is out of office, you can find him outdoors- at the lake, boating or fishing with both family and friends, or snowboarding down the slopes in the winter.