Caring Groveport, OH Dentist
Get to Know Aaron Carroll, DDS
Ask any patient what they like most about Dr. Aaron, and they’ll likely tell you that his easygoing, gentle chairside manner makes any trip to the dentist more relaxing and comfortable. He truly loves forming friendships with everyone who walks through the front door of Sedalia Dental! To learn more about him, keep reading below:
Why Did You Decide to Become a Dentist?
Dr. Aaron grew up with a father who worked as a family physician, and he got plenty of exposure to the healthcare field from a young age. It didn’t take long for him to realize that he wanted to follow in his dad’s footsteps and pursue a career in dentistry, which was his true passion. He met Dr. Katie while in dental school and the rest, they say, is history.
Where Did You Study Dentistry?
After achieving a degree in business from the University of Miami, Dr. Aaron pursued his Doctor of Dental Surgery from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. He also regularly attends post-graduate courses in a variety of specialty services, including oral pathology, restoration with removable prosthetics (with and without implants), CEREC, and cosmetic dentistry. He has studied occlusion with Dr. Frank Spear and is proudly certified in implant dentistry. He is currently a member of the following organizations:
American Dental Association
Ohio Dental Association
Academy of General Dentistry
Outside of the Dental Office, What Do You Like to Do?
Dr. Aaron has three sons who keep him very busy in his free time – they’ve also taught him a lot about how to better understand young children’s dental needs and help them feel comfortable in the dentist’s office! His other hobbies in his free time including playing tennis, running, and traveling.
In the past, Dr. Aaron has also participated in several dental mission trips and volunteers at the Columbus Public Health Department, providing important services to the uninsured and underserved. Additionally, he has served in a program that offers free dentistry to Holocaust survivors in particular.