Your Family Orthodontist in Zionsville, Indiana and West Carmel

3965 W 106th Street
Suite 150
Carmel, IN 46032

Phone: (317) 471-0100

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Directions to Our Office near Zionsville, IN:

Follow the details below to get orthodontic treatments at our orthodontist near Zionsville, Indiana.

From Lebanon, Indiana:

  • Get on I-65 S/US-52 E (1.3 mi)
  • Continue on US-52. Take I-865 E to N Michigan Rd in Indianapolis. Take exit 27 from I-465 E (15.9 mi)
  • Continue on N Michigan Rd to your destination in Carmel (1.4 mi)

From Whitestown, Indiana:

  • Follow E 300 S and US-421 S/S Michigan Rd to Commerce Dr in Carmel (8.7 mi)
  • Continue on Commerce Dr to your destination (0.1 mi)

More About the Town of Zionsville, Indiana

We love being your orthodontist in Zionsville, Indiana. The town was founded in 1852 and incorporated as a town in 1866. Located on the northwestern fringe of Indianapolis in Boone County, the quaint village of Zionsville boasts a unique historic downtown area lined in a brick main street boasting all of the important styles of architecture over the last two centuries. Downtown Zionsville features a variety of shops, fine dining restaurants and local cafes.

With a population of more than 26,000 residents, Zionsville is home to seventeen parks with over 400 acres of parkland. Miles of paved pathways, golf courses, playground facilities and hiking paths offer something for locals and visitors. One of the major highlights in Zionsville is Traders Point Creamery – a family-owned 100% grass fed dairy farm and creamery, and Indiana’s first certified organic dairy farm.

Zionsville is home to some of the top-ranking schools in Indiana. The schools in the Zionsville Community School Corporation have all received an “A” rating from the Indiana Department of Education and are top ISTEP performers. These ratings are based on student performance, improvement, graduation rates, and college and career readiness. From little league baseball, to lacrosse, to one of the largest youth soccer organizations in the midwest, Zionsville also offers a wide variety of sports programs for students.

A forward thinking government and an active community make Zionville a great place to live. The business community in Zionsville is thriving, with the Zionsville Economic Development Commission working to promote development and encourage sustainable business development in the community. The weekend after Labor Day, Zionsville hosts the Lions Club Fall Festival, attracting over 25,000 visitors to enjoy the carnival, events and food. A 1,200 seat performing arts center brings comedy shows, symphony orchestras and ballet performances to Zionsville year-round.

The historic charm, brick streets, and lively events, paired with modern boutiques, nationally-known artists and dining choices for every palate make Zionsville a top choice for anyone who lives, works or plays in this charming city.