Dr. Anne Wilmore

Dr. Wilmore received her undergraduate degree from Purdue University and her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Indiana University School of Dentistry. She continued her education  at the Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Administration Medical Center in Indianapolis, where she completed a residency in general practice. Dr. Wilmore was an Assistant Professor in the Preventive Dentistry department at the Indiana University School of Dentistry, where she also conducted clinical research. She won several scholarships and awards for her research, including the Proctor & Gamble Award for Excellence in Preventive Oral Health Care. The research was presented in Hawaii at the national convention of the American Association for Dental Research.  

Dr. Wilmore spent several years working in private practice before she joined Gentle Dentist in 2011. She is a member of the American Dental Association, Indiana Dental Association, and the Indianapolis District Dental Society.

Dr. Wilmore always wanted to pursue a career that involved patient care. She has found much enjoyment in dentistry, which is the ideal mix of art and science. Dr. Wilmore loves meeting new people and strives to provide the best dental care for each individual with a soft touch and a kind heart. Dr. Wilmore lives in Indianapolis with her husband and their two children. In her spare time,  she enjoys bike riding with her family, trying new arts and crafts, and gardening.

Oral Health for Older Adults

Keeping good oral hygiene habits is important at any age. As we get older, regular visits to the dentist remain necessary, particularly since changes to our health status can often affect our oral health. One study found that older adults with certain chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, are more at risk for […]

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