Arboretum Dental

Preventive Dentistry


At Arboretum Dental, Dr. Truong emphasizes conservative, preventive dentistry to keep your teeth and gums looking, feeling and functioning their best. Most serious dental problems can be prevented through routine cleanings and exams, and keeping up with regular checkups can also save you from needing more extensive treatment in the future. Your time and money are valuable, especially in today’s economy, and the best way to make the most of them is through quality preventive care.

Preventive Dental Services

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Anxiety-Free Dentistry

Arboretum Sedation Dentist

We understand that people of all ages can feel nervous about dental visits, especially those who have had a bad dental experience in the past. If you need a little extra help calming your nerves, though, please don’t hesitate to share your concerns with us! Dr. Truong provides nitrous oxide and oral conscious sedation that can make dental visits easy, comfortable and stress-free.

Sedation & Anti-Anxiety Services

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Restorative Dentistry


If you’re missing teeth, suffering from a dental injury or dealing with a chronic condition like gum disease or diabetes, you probably know that routine cleanings aren’t always enough to keep your smile healthy. But did you know that with modern advancements in restorative dental care, you can reclaim your healthy, confident smile and enjoy if for the rest of your life? Dr. Truong provides a number of effective restorative treatments that will have you eating your favorite foods and smiling with confidence again in no time!

Restorative Dental Services

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Healthy Gums for a Healthy Mouth


Your gums are the foundation of your teeth; they hold them in place, support the roots and even protect the underlying bone. That’s why most dental professionals recommend flossing at least once a day—because brushing alone doesn’t cover all of the surfaces in your mouth where bacteria thrive! If you’re not flossing, you could be neglecting up to 35% of your mouth.

The American Academy of Periodontology estimates that roughly half of U.S. adults have some form of gum disease. The early stage, known as gingivitis, is characterized by red, swollen gums that bleed every time you floss. Gingivitis is completely reversible with non-invasive treatments and home care. However, if left untreated, gingivitis can eventually progress to periodontitis, a more serious form of gum disease. Periodontitis has been linked to an increased risk of numerous serious medical conditions, including heart attack, stroke and uncontrolled diabetes.

In the past, the most effective treatment for gum disease was oral surgery. While surgery is sometimes still the best option, Dr. Truong can treat many cases with local antibiotics and deep cleanings if they’re caught early enough.

Periodontal (Gum) Services

  • Diagnosis of Gum Disease
  • Scaling & Root Planing (Deep Cleanings)
  • Local Antibiotic Treatments
  • Long-Term Maintenance Plans

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