Your Family Orthodontist in Carmel, Indiana

14555 Hazel Dell Parkway
Carmel, IN 46033

Phone: (317) 815-9310

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Directions to Our Office in Carmel, IN:

Follow the details below to get orthodontic treatments at our orthodontist in Carmel, Indiana.

From Noblesville, Indiana:

  • Head west on IN-32 W/Conner St toward S 13th St for 3.4 miles
  • Turn left onto Hazel Dell Rd and continue for 1.5 miles
  • At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit and stay on Hazel Dell Rd
  • Continue onto Hazel Dell Pkwy
  • Make a U-Turn

From Fishers, Indiana:

  • Take Lantern Rd to E 116th St. for 0.2 miles
  • Follow E 116th St to Hazel Dell Pkwy in Carmel (6.2 miles)

From Geist, Indiana:

  • Take Old Stone N 700 W/Carroll Rd (1.7 mi)
  • Take Fall Creek Rd, E 106th St and Eller Rd to Hazel Dell Pkwy in Carmel (13 miles)

From Cicero, Indiana

  • Head south on State Rte 19 S/S Peru St toward W Brinton St (3.5 mi)
  • Turn right onto E 196th St (1.0 mi)
  • Follow Hague Rd, IN-32 W/Westfield Rd and Hazel Dell Rd to Hazel Dell Pkwy in Carmel

From Lapel, Indiana:

  • Head west on W 9th St toward School St (0.2 mi)
  • Follow IN-32 W to Union Chapel Rd in Noblesville Township (7.0 mi)
  • Take Pleasant St to IN-37 S in Noblesville (1.2 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-37 S (2.8 mi)
  • Follow E 146th St to Hazel Dell Pkwy in Carmel

More About the City of Carmel, Indiana

We love being your orthodontist in Carmel, Indiana. Carmel is one of the fastest growing cities in Indiana, located 20 miles from downtown Indianapolis, spanning 47 square miles across Clay Township in Hamilton County. The city’s picturesque mainstreet features an Art & Design district with galleries, speciality shops, and an urban winery. Carmel is known for a highly educated and affluent population with a thriving economy and low unemployment rate.

The city has a population of just over 90,000 with 125 acres of green paths, fishing lakes and gardens. Coxhall Gardens in particular is a favorite summer spot, featuring bike paths and live music. Carmel has become infamous for safe roads due to over 100 roundabouts (more than any other city in the U.S.) which have replaced traditional four-way intersections. Art is alive in Carmel, with The Palladium – a world-class internationally-renowned concert hall – anchoring the Center for the Performing Arts campus. The schedule features symphony orchestras, country stars, jazz bands and more.

Carmel was established in 1837 by Quakers John Felps, Alexander Mills, Seth Green and Daniel Warren. The city’s economy was supported by fur trading, and the tracks of the Monon Railroad were laid throughout Carmel is 1882, and the train depot was open until 1974. Today, the tracks have transformed into The Monon Trail, a pedestrian thoroughfare for bikers, runners, dog walkers and move. The path travels north to Westfield or south to Indianapolis, boasting breweries, ice cream parlors, local eateries and more.

Today, Carmel has become a hub for education, entrepreneurship and retail. Carmel Clay Schools has won many academic awards, accommodating more than 14,500 students and boasting a 97% high school graduation rate. ranks Carmel as one of the top 50 cities in America for entrepreneurs, with several large employers headquartered in the city including Allegion, CNO Financial Group and GEICO. Major shopping centers like Clay Terrace, Old Town Carmel and Village Park Plaza are frequented by locals and visitors alike.

A growing number of developments welcomes a continued surge in population, including a younger population starting their careers and families, along with those who are in the nesting phase of life. Carmel’s combination of safe neighborhoods, ease of transportation, low taxes and excellent schools has earned it the #1 place to live in America by CNN Money Magazine in 2012.