Your Family Orthodontist in Wabash, Indiana

946 Manchester Avenue
Wabash, IN 46992

Phone: (260) 337-9308
Email: [email protected]

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Directions to Our Office in Wabash, IN:

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

From Huntington, Indiana:

  • Head southeast on Cherry St toward W Park Dr (105 ft)
  • Turn right at the 1st cross street onto US-24 BUS W/W Park Dr (1.9 mi)
  • Continue onto US-24 W (15.2 mi)
  • Turn left onto Manchester Ave (1.2 mi)

From Logansport, Indiana:

  • Head east on E Market St toward 11th St (3.0 mi)
  • Continue onto Logansport Rd (6.7 mi)
  • Turn left onto US-24 E (22.0 mi)
  • Turn right onto Manchester Ave (1.2 mi)

From Peru, Indiana:

  • Head northwest on S Broadway toward W Main St (46 ft)
  • Turn right at the 1st cross street onto US-24 BUS E/E Main St, Continue to follow US-24 BUS E (12.0 mi)
  • Turn right onto US-24 E (4.0 mi)
  • Turn right onto Manchester Ave (1.2 mi)

From Fort Wayne, Indiana:

  • Follow W Washington Blvd to W Jefferson Blvd (2.8 mi)
  • Take US-24 W to Manchester Ave in Wabash (41.4 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 to Lancaster Township (18.8 mi)
  • Turn left onto W Division Rd (3.6 mi)
  • Take US-24 W to Manchester Ave in Wabash (19.9 mi)

More About the City of Wabash, Indiana

We love being your orthodontist in Wabash, Indiana. The city is the county seat of Wabash County with a population of more than 10,000 residents. Most notably, Wabash has claimed to be the first electrically lighted city in the world. In reality, only the courthouse grounds were lighted in 1880 using a new type of carbon arc light invented by Charles Bush. Three thousand candle power lamps were suspended from the top of the courthouse and two telegraph wires ran from the lamps to the courthouse basement where they were connected to a threshing machine to provide power.

The name of the town derives from a Miami-Illinois tribe term for “water over the white stones,” which describes the clarity of the river where the bottom is limestone. The Salamonie and Mississinewa Reservoirs in Wabash play host to an array of outdoor adventures, art, culture, food and more, including two of the remaining 100 historic wooden covered bridges in the Hoosier State. Wabash schools provide a relevant and rigorous education, ensuring each student is ready for college or a career and ultimately success in a global community.

Wabash is home to the Dam to Dam Wabash County Century Ride presented by Parkview Wabash Hospital. It is organized by a group of volunteers dedicated to the advancement of trails and greenways throughout Wabash County. The Century Ride route is designed to take riders over the Salamonie and Mississinewa Dam and around the Stockdale Dam.

Diners enjoy local favorites from American to Mexican, Chinese, Pizza, Pub and Fine Dining. A walking Foodie Tour will take you through a guided taste tour of local specialties, filling your belly and your mind. Visit downtown Wabash to shop local artisans selling paintings, crafts, antiques, books, music and home goods at unique boutiques and specialty shops.

The Honeywell Center features rock, country, comedy, broadway shows and classical performances throughout the year, featuring acts such as STOMP and Blue Man Group. Visit the Wabash County Historical Museum for two full floors of interactive exhibits, with an area dedicated towards playing, climbing and building. With so many activities and experiences available in Wabash, it’s easy to find something that suits everyone in the family.