Dr. Sandra Bacon

Meet Dr. Bacon

Dr. Bacon believes that patients should be treated as friends and not just a number. She strives to establish meaningful interactions and personal relationships with people. She values and appreciates every patient and the friendships that are formed. Everyone in her practice recognizes each person as an individual and treats them with individualized personal patient care.



Andrews University, Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in Spanish

Indiana University School of Dentistry, Doctor of Dental Surgery

Dr. Bacon understands that it is essential to stay current with developments in dentistry in order to provide the highest quality of service to her patients. Therefore, she actively participates in various continuing education opportunities, and maintains the most current advancements in dental technology.


Professional Affiliations

Dr. Bacon is a member of the American Dental Association, the Indiana Dental Association, Indianapolis District Dental Society, and the Chicago Dental Society.  She was recently recognized and rewarded for 30 years of dedication and loyalty by the Indianapolis District Dental Society. Dr. Bacon has also served on the peer review committee, in addition to having been a part-time faculty instructor at Indiana University School of Dentistry.


Personal Life

Dr. Bacon has previously lived in Spain, South America, and attended high school in Wisconsin. She and her husband Gary have 2 children; Brittany, who currently lives and works in Boston, and Cameron who attends Wabash College.  Dr. Bacon enjoys traveling, biking, water and snow skiing, yoga, spending time with her family and friends, and is an overall exercise enthusiast.


In addition to working diligently to establish positive community relationships and to provide sponsorship of the Carmel Dads Club and Carmel USA Wrestling, she also serves on the board for Care India, an organization designed to empower and educate rural villagers in India. Dr. Bacon travels with the organization in order to provide dentistry to underserved populations.