About Us

About Raintree Dental

HawkNathan Hawk, DDS

A native of Ohio, Dr. Hawk graduated from the University of Kentucky School of Dentistry, and now owns dental practices in New Castle and Danville. “Our approach to quality dental care is to put our patient’s needs first, always.”






Chuck Miller, DDS

Dr. Miller received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the Indiana School of Dentistry, and his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University Kelley School of Business. He is a native of Fort Wayne, IN, and has lived in Indianapolis for the past four years. Dr. Miller’s wife, Sara, is a school psychologist in MSD Lawrence Township.

They have one child (so far), a son.

Outside of his family life and passion for dentistry, Dr. Miller enjoys boating and Indiana Hoosiers basketball!





Shannon is a 1993 graduate of the IU School of Dentistry in Dental Hygiene. She spends much of her free time attending her children’s extracurricular activities…along with sneaking in an occasional round of golf.







A 2013 graduate of the Ivy Tech Dental Hygiene program, enjoys traveling, listening to music and spending time with her family.







Clinical Assistant

An Expanded Functions Assistant, Holly has worked in the dental field for more than 12 years, and loves spending time with her family (husband Guadalupe, and daughter Lilyana). They enjoy going on trips together.





Clinical Assistant

An Expanded Functions Assistant, Dareth has worked in dentistry for 20 years. You’ll often find her laughing, and always moving!   She loves spending time outside.






Front Desk Coordinattor

Before re-locating to Indiana from Vermont with her husband (Jeff, a coach at Taylor University), Carrie worked as an orthodontic assistant. She loves spending time with her family (Layne 4, Asher 2, and Hadley 1).





Front Desk Coordinattor

Theresa has worked in the dental field as both an administrator and a hygienist for many years.  She and her husband (Dan)
are passionate about following their kids’ activities (Paul 23 and Irene 20), especially when playing college lacrosse.