Dr. Katie Carroll
Dr. Katie Carroll began her dental career working at German Orthodontics, the #1 provider of Invisalign for teens, where she worked under the direct supervision of a Clinical Professor of Orthodontics at Ohio State University. Inspired to pursue a career in dentistry, she attended dental school at Case Western Reserve University and completed a general practice residency at the prestigious Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Katie worked in an elite Chicago dental practice where she received specialized training in cosmetic dentistry and gained extensive experience in the treatment of medically compromised patients. During her residency training she had extensive experience working with medically compromised patients. She has taken extensive continuing education in all areas of dentistry and also has advanced training in sleep apnea treatment and is a certified Invisalign provider.
Dr. Katie is a member of the American Dental Society, Columbus Dental Society, and Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity. She is passionate about helping patients overcome their fears and feel confident about their smile and is known for her excellent chair side manner and unique ability to put even the most nervous patients and anxious children at ease. Dr. Katie enjoys spending her free time with her three little boys, as well as their bulldog Chloe.
Dr. Aaron Carroll
Ask any patient what they like most about Dr. Aaron Carroll and they will likely tell you that his easy-going, gentle chair side manner makes any trip to the dentist more relaxing and comfortable. It’s what all of his patients have come to expect when they visit Sedalia Dental.
Dr. Carroll received a degree in business from the University of Miami. He went on to receive his Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He continues to attend post-graduate courses in a variety of areas including removables (with and without implants), oral pathology, CEREC, occlusion and cosmetic dentistry. He is on track to become an Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) Fellow. To earn a Fellowship award, a dentist must complete at least 500 continuing dental education hours, pass a rigorous and comprehensive exam, and maintain AGD membership for three continuous years.
Dr. Carroll is currently serving on a committee of eight dentists at Ohio State University who are charged with determining what educational opportunities they will offer to alumni and other practicing dentists. He is a member of and an active participant in a Spears Study Club and Advanced Dental Concepts Study Club, and is a member of the American Dental Association, Columbus Dental Society, and Alpha Omega Dental Society.
Dr. Carroll has been on several dental mission trips and volunteers at the Columbus Public Health Department doing dentistry for the uninsured/underserved community. He also participates in a program that offers free dentistry to Holocaust survivors.
He and his wife, Dr. Katie Carroll have three children, which helps them both better understand young children and how to make them feel comfortable at the dentist. In his free time he enjoys running, golfing, tennis and traveling.