Your Family Orthodontist in Fishers, Indiana

13752 Lakeridge Drive
Fishers, IN 46037

Phone: (317) 576-9400
Email: fishers@gormanbunch.com

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Directions to Our Office in Fishers, IN:

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

From Fortville, Indiana:

  • Take Pearl St to S Main St (223 ft)
  • Take Southeastern Pkwy and N 113th St to Lakeridge Dr in Fishers (4.8 mi)
  • Turn left onto Lakeridge Dr
  • Destination will be on the right

From Pendleton, Indiana:

  • Head east on W Madison Ave toward S Pendleton Ave/Pendleton and Eden Pike (46 ft)
  • Take US-36 W, Southeastern Pkwy and N 113th St to Lakeridge Dr in Fishers (12.1 mi)
  • Turn left onto Lakeridge Dr
  • Destination will be on the right

From Cicero, Indiana:

  • Take State Rte 19 S, E 206th St, Promise Rd and IN-38 E to Olio Rd in Wayne Township (11.1 mi)
  • Turn right onto Olio Rd (2.7 mi)
  • Follow Olio Rd to Lakeridge Dr in Fishers (2.7 mi)
  • Turn right onto Lakeridge Dr
  • Destination will be on the right

From Lapel, Indiana:

  • Follow IN-13 S to W Fall Creek Dr in Green Township (7.0 mi)
  • Turn right onto W Fall Creek Dr (1.1 mi)
  • Follow Atlantic Rd and N 113th St to Lakeridge Dr in Fishers (3.7 mi)
  • Turn left onto Lakeridge Dr
  • Destination will be on the right

More About Fishers, Indiana

We love being your orthodontist in Fishers, Indiana. In 2017, TIME Money ranked Fishers, Indiana, the number one place to live in the U.S. With a population of more than 91,000, Fishers is one of the fastest growing communities in Central Indiana and has received several accolades for livability, safety and entrepreneurship. William Connor settled Fishers in 1802 when he build a log cabin and trading post along the White River, which is now known as Conner Prairie and serves as a living history museum. Fishers also boasts the historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens, and the Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, increasing the quality of life for residents and bringing in visitors year-round.

Located 16 miles from Indianapolis, Fishers boasts a lively downtown area called the Nickel Plate District. This area has been developed as a walkable destination for shopping, working and dining. The Nickel Plate District Amphitheater hosts concerts and movies throughout the summer, in addition to festivals throughout the fall and winter.

The city has developed into a smart and vibrant city, with a dedication to supporting high-growth companies and innovative city processes. Organizations such as the Fishers Art Council, Fishers Park and Recreation, and the Southeastern Program of Recreational Team Sports make Fishers an attractive city to live, work and play.

An upcoming $40 million development called The Yard is set to open in the spring of 2019, with 18 new restaurants, and a 3,000-square-foot culinary incubator to encourage food entrepreneurs to launch to concepts. Fishers also boasts 24 parks and 104 miles of multi-use trails. In fact, the highest peak in Hamilton County is in Flat Fork Creek Park, creating the perfect sledding hill during Indiana’s snowy winters.

The city is part of the Hamilton Southeastern School District, which serves more than 20,000 students. The high school graduation rate in Fishers is 95% with two high schools serving the district: Hamilton Southeastern High School and Fishers High School. And investment of $10 million was made in these two schools to build state-of-the-art College and Career Academy additions, which allow students to experience a more relaxed, college campus-like experience.