Your Family Orthodontist in Marion, Indiana

617 North River Drive
Marion, IN 46952

Phone: (765) 662-0018

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Directions to Our Office in Marion, IN:

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

From Peru, Indiana:

  • Head southeast on S Broadway toward E 3rd St (0.3 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-124 E/E Riverside Dr, Continue to follow IN-124 E (6.5 mi)
  • Turn left to stay on IN-124 E (8.4 mi)
  • Turn right onto IN-15 S (13.2 mi)
  • Continue straight onto N Wabash Ave (0.8 mi)
  • Turn left onto W Mulberry St (0.1 mi)
  • Turn left onto N River Dry, Destination will be on the left (430 ft)

From Tipton, Indiana:

  • Take IN-28 E to E Division Rd in Madison Township (5.8 mi)
  • Continue on E Division Rd to Duck Creek Township (6.1 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-13 N (1.0 mi)
  • Turn right at the 1st cross street onto County Rd 1500 N/Curtisville Rd (3.0 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-37 N (14.9 mi)
  • Follow S Washington St and S Nebraska St to N River Dr in Marion (4.0 mi)

From Fort Wayne, Indiana:

  • Get on I-69 S/US-33 S in Aboite Township from W Washington Blvd, W Jefferson Blvd and Illinois Rd (5.2 mi)
  • Follow I-69 S to IN-218 W/IN-5 S in Jefferson Township. Take exit 273 from I-69 S (32.5 mi)
  • Follow IN-218 W and IN-9 S to N River Dr in Marion (13.8 mi)

From Bluffton, Indiana:

  • Take W Washington St and W Lancaster St to IN-124 W in Lancaster Township (1.9 mi)
  • Continue on IN-124 W. Take I-69 S to IN-218 W/IN-5 S in Jefferson Township. Take exit 273 from I-69 S (18.9 mi)
  • Turn right onto IN-218 W/IN-5 S, Continue to follow IN-218 W (6.2 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-9 S (6.3 mi)
  • Follow N Washington St to N River Dr in Marion (1.4 mi)

From Hartford City, Indiana:

  • Head north on IN-3 N/S Walnut St toward W Washington St (2.3 mi)
  • Continue straight onto IN-3 N (0.1 mi)
  • Continue straight to stay on IN-3 N (4.6 mi)
  • Turn left onto IN-18 W (15.5 mi)
  • Turn right onto S Nebraska St (0.2 mi)
  • Continue onto N River Dr, Destination will be on the left

More About the City of Marion, Indiana

We love being your orthodontist in Marion, Indiana. Located in the east-central portion of Indiana, Marion is situated halfway between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne along the I-69 corridor. With a population of 29,000 residents, Marion is the county seat of Grant County. It is named after Francis Marion, who was a Brigadier General from South Carolina during the American Revolutionary War.

Boasting the award-winning Gardens of Matter Park, the Splash House Waterpark, and the world-famous Walkway of Lights festival, Marion is a popular destination for visitors and home for locals.

Marion is home to the largest private college in Indiana – Indiana Wesleyan University, as well as Ivy Tech Community College, Taylor University, and excellent public and private schools. And we love serving them all as the preferred orthodontist in Marion, Indiana by many students.

One of Marion’s most notable landmarks is the campus of Marion High School, including a 1,468-seat auditorium. Here, the Marion Philharmonic Orchestra, the Community School for the arts, and the Mississinewa Valley Community Band perform year-round.

The city also boasts a 2.75 mile riverwalk that runs from downtown Marion to Matter Park. There is also a $9 million renovated YMCA memorial coliseum that honors war veterans. Marion General Hospital has been nationally accredited for over 50 years, and was named a magnet hospital which is an honor fewer than 5% of all hospitals earn.

Marion’s economy is dominated by the manufacturing industry, which produces automotive components, paper projects, foundry products, machinery, wire and cable. The paper plate industry was actually born in Marion, and today a General Motors metal stamping plant is one of the largest employers. The second largest industry is agriculture, where corn, soybean and hog production are high throughout Marion and the surrounding areas.

A thriving business scene is cultivated by the Refinery Business Center, which is a coworking space that provides entrepreneurs and business owners the resources, community and support they need to build sustainable companies. The Grant County Economic Growth Council facilities investment in job retention by supporting local business expansion, promoting the entrepreneurial environment, attracting businesses, and retaining a skilled workforce.

Marion is known throughout the nation as a destination for mega-events featuring motorcycles, historical automobiles and aircraft, notable battle reenactments and high-speed racing. The safe neighborhoods, low cost of living, and lively community creates a sense of belonging and family among its residents and visitors.