Currently operating a thriving practice in Fishers, Dr. John Clauss has been practicing dentistry in Indiana since 1993. He graduated from Purdue University in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in biology. In 1993, Dr. Clauss received his dental degree from Indiana University, where he graduated in the top 20 percent of his class and was one of only a few dentists to open a brand-new private practice upon graduation.

Dr. Clauss continues his studies through educational seminars and classes in order to stay current with the latest advances and innovations in dentistry.

He believes that knowledge is a powerful tool, so he shares his learning with his patients at every opportunity. This educational approach empowers patients to understand and participate fully in their dental care.

Dr. Clauss has taught dentistry as an adjunct professor in the dental hygiene department of Ivy Tech College. He is a member of the prestigious American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

When he is not practicing dentistry and teaching, Dr. Clauss enjoys hockey, woodworking, traveling, and snow skiing. A proud father of three children — Steven, Marc, and Kaylee — Dr. Clauss stays busy by going to sporting events, water skiing, and boating at the lake.