Amanda F. Miller DDS
Dr. Amanda Miller grew up in Ellettsville, Indiana and graduated as valedictorian from Edgewood High School in 2004. Dr. Miller then attended Marian University where she played basketball for four years and graduated in 2008. She received her dental degree from Indiana University School of Dentistry in 2012, where she graduated with highest distinction.
Dr. Amanda Miller is a member of the Indiana Dental Association, American Dental Association, Indianapolis District Dental Society, and the International Association for Orthodontics. She also participates in the DDS Donated Dental Services program, providing care to disabled and medically compromised patients. While in school, Dr. Miller was one of the executive officers who helped start the Indiana University School of Dentistry Student Outreach Clinic and is now a volunteer faculty member at the clinic. Dr. Miller also volunteers her time at the Wheeler Mission clinic and assists Dr. Wolf with school presentations on oral health. In addition, she has traveled to Haiti to provide dental services to those in need and hopes to go on other service trips in the future.
Dr. Miller enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Leslie, and traveling with his Celtic rock band to festivals around the country. When they aren’t traveling with his band, they also enjoy driving up to Chicago to watch the Cubs play at Wrigley Field. She has a young son (Rory), two step-sons (Doug and Mason), a step-daughter (Morgan), and a golden retriever (Jack), who keep her busy outside of the office. Dr. Miller is a member at Our Lady of Greenwood Catholic Church.