An Indianapolis dentist using art and science to make people's lives better.
Wayne T. Kinney DDS
“I graduated from high school in Omaha, Nebraska, and moved to Indianapolis shortly thereafter. This has been my home since 1974 except for the three years I was in the Air Force Dental Corps at Langley AFB Virginia.
“My wife, Lois, and I have been married for more than 38 years and have three children and two grandchildren. They are the joy of my life. Faith and family have always been at the center of my life, and my dental practice is an extension of that core.
“For me, dentistry is like a hobby I get to use to help people. I am glad I can still say that I’m excited to get up every day and go to work. It is fun to work with a team who is like-minded and genuinely wants to serve the needs of others with skill and compassion.
“I am passionate about people and the incredible value and potential that lies within us all. Being responsible for a person’s healthcare is a sacred trust, which is the foundation of my philosophy of excellence and total patient care.
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‘‘I’ve gone to Dr. Kinney’s office for the past ten years and have had nothing but positive experiences! They have a friendly and knowledgeable staff who are great with kids.’’
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"I enjoy spending time with my family in whatever situation. I am an avid tennis player and love time on the water, boating with friends."
"My father, Don Kinney, is my hero. He died last year, and his lessons live on in me. He not only taught me how to be a man but also to live for a cause greater than myself."
"This is a hard question because there are many candidates. But if I had to pick one, it would be my wedding day because so many of the other 'bests' are connected to this one decision."
"When I was in the Air Force, I was awarded a flight in the backseat of an F-15 during a training mission. I don't know how unique that makes me, but it was an unforgettable experience."