David H. Wolf, DDS
Dr. David Wolf is an Evansville, Indiana native, where he graduated from Mater Dei High School in 1979. Dr. David Wolf then attended the University of Southern Indiana and graduated in 1983. Dr. Wolf received his dental degree at Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1987.
Dr. David Wolf has a long list of professional memberships, which include: American Dental Association, Indiana Dental Association, Indianapolis District Dental Society (President 2001), Founder and President of the Indianapolis Dental Society Charitable Foundation, Academy of General Dentistry, Fellow and past President of the American College of Dentistry (only 3% of all dentists are chosen based on leadership and community service), International Association for Orthodontics, as well as the Indiana University Alumni Association.
Dr. Wolf participates in the Donated Dental Service providing care for the handicapped and medically compromised, Give Kids a Smile program to provide dental care to needy children, volunteers for Partners for a Healthier Johnson County to provide dental care to the needy, volunteers at the Genneseret Clinic to provide service to the Indianapolis inner city poor, and has helped to raise capital funds to start Cristo Rey High School for Indianapolis inner city poor who want a college prep education. He takes annual trips to Romania through the Remember the Children Foundation to treat orphans and the poor of eastern Romania, has taken trips to Ecuador to provide dental care, and has collected and donated equipment and instruments to start a dental clinic in Plain de Noir Haiti.
Dr. David Wolf is a member of the Greenwood Sertoma Club, Greenwood Indiana- Sertoman of the Year for State of Indiana 2005, member of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, Greenwood Indiana, Lumen Dei Christian business club, Pack 265 Scout Leader- Bronze Pelican Award 2006, Saints Francis and Claire Church past President of Board of Directors, Roncalli High School past chairman of the Board of Directors, Indianapolis Deanery Coordinating Committee, and a youth basketball coach.
When Dr. Wolf isn’t working or volunteering, he enjoys gardening, cooking, running, woodworking, skiing, church projects, and family time with his wife (Anne), daughter (Andrea), and two sons (Joe and Adam).