In 2021 Dr. Dhaniele Miller took over leadership at Wildhorse Dental after the retirement of Dr. Larson.
Dr. Miller grew up near Chesterfield, MO, attending Lafayette high school, and is now proud to be able to serve this wonderful community as a dentist. She obtained her undergrad degree in Psychology at the University of Missouri Kansas City and pursued her passion for creating healthy smiles at UMKC School of Dentistry in 2013. Continued education is Dr. Miller’s priority. She is always staying up-to-date on the latest advancements in order to provide the highest quality dentistry.
During her free time Dr. Dhaniele Miller enjoys quality time with friends and family over dinner and playing board games competitively. Dr. Miller loves being physically active, and cheering on the Cardinals, Blues, and Chiefs! On a nice day, you might even see Dr. Miller out for a stroll in a Wildwood, MO neighborhood with her husband, their two boys, and their two rhodesian ridgeback dogs.
In 2011, the old St. Thomas Church building was converted into one of the best dental offices in Chesterfield, MO, Wildhorse Dental. Here’s a look back at the rich history of the Wildhorse Dental building.
On October 7, 1907, Rev. Gustav Adolf Zimmer, pastor of St. Johns Evangelische Kirche at Bellefontaine, Missouri, conducted the first service of worship for the people who were to become St. Thomas United Church of Christ. A small group of faithful people met for worship in the building that housed Henry Wetzel’s Mercantile Company in Gumbo, Missouri. On December 22, 1907, those people officially organized themselves into St. Thomas Evangelische Kirche of Gumbo.
Land for the original church building was donated and on November 1, 1908, the cornerstone was laid for the sanctuary that was to serve the congregation for 50 years. In fact, a picture of the original church building hangs in the main dining area of the Old Spaghetti Factory in Chesterfield Commons.
In 1957, the Evangelical and Reformed churches united with the Congregational Christian churches to form the new denomination and identity of the United Church of Christ. (To learn more about the United Church of Church of Christ, check out the denomination’s website at ucc.org.)
In 1970, with a new name, St. Thomas United Church of Christ, and land for a new building, St. Thomas’ congregants built their current church on the highest hill in Chesterfield at 17842 Wild Horse Creek Road.
150 Long Rd #100
Chesterfield, MO 63005
Monday: 8:30am to 5pm
Tuesday: 7:30am to 4pm
Wednesday: 7:30am to 4pm
Thursday: 7:30am to 4pm
Fri -Sun: Closed