Dr. Noelle Wilhelmsen spent her childhood in the mountains of Utah Valley and Idaho Falls. During junior high and high school, she participated in various sports, cheerleading, business and language clubs, and student government. Dr. Wilhelmsen attended Brigham Young University, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Biology and taught in the Anatomy lab. She completed her dental education at the Ohio State University, where she again participated in student government and was honored to serve as the Student Government President during her senior year, in addition to receiving a prestigious award in Clinical Excellence.
For several years after dental school, Dr. Wilhelmsen served as the supervising dentist at Mountainlands Community Health Center in Provo, Utah. She also participated in many community events, such as Give Kids a Smile, Dentistry from the Heart, public health fairs, and dentistry for the underserved or uninsured. Since then, Dr. Wilhelmsen has worked in several private practices in the Dallas area and loves being a part of the staff providing excellent dental treatment at An Apple a day Dental in St. George, Utah.
Dr. Wilhelmsen loves to stay updated on the most current trends and treatment in dentistry by attending continuing education seminars around the country. She especially enjoys and is proficient in wisdom tooth extractions, root canals, implants, and Invisalign orthodontics.
While not practicing dentistry, Dr. Wilhelmsen loves spending time serving at her church and relaxing with her three young children and husband, Corey. Some of her favorite hobbies are traveling, snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, and watercolor painting.