As a child, I was very anxious about my first dental visit. By my third trip, you would have never guessed that I had been a nervous patient. Today, earning my patient's trust
and confidence is of the utmost importance to me. I don't want you to
be afraid or uncomfortable to come to the dentist. Our goal is that
every dental experience is a positive one.
My philosophy is to treat you with the highest quality of care
that I would provide my own family. The staff and I will listen to your
dental concerns, give you honest treatment recommendations, respect
your decision with regards to the treatment options, and then provide
you with the highest quality treatment available.
I completed my Bachelor of Arts degree from Wabash College in 1994 and my
D.D.S. degree from the Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1998.
Since the field of dentistry is constantly evolving, I participate in
continuing education courses several times a year. I am an active member of the International Team for Implantology and the Indianapolis General Dentistry Study Group.
I am also a member of the American Dental
Association, the Indiana Dental Association, and the Indianapolis
District Dental Society.
I am a lifelong resident of the Indianapolis area. I grew up in
Carmel, and my wife, Julie, lived on the Indianapolis Northeast side. We now call Fishers home. Our three children keep us busy with school
and sport activities. When I am not at work, I enjoy coaching
basketball, working on cars, playing poker, Cincinnati Reds baseball, and video
games with my kids.