To our Crosspoint family,


How are all of you doing? We hope that you are healthy, staying in, and staying safe. We certainly are in unprecedented times.


As you may have predicted, our office will be entering an essential treatment only schedule starting at end of the day today until April 6. If you are in pain or you have a dental emergency, please call the office. While we have a limited staff, there will be a small team present Mondays through Thursdays for the next two weeks. If you are not sure you are experiencing an emergency, still give us a call. We can help you through it and come up with a plan together. If applicable, we can even set up a virtual appointment so that you can stay in the comfort of your own home and get the care you need.


If you have an appointment scheduled in the next two weeks, we will be contacting you with updates. If you are wearing a temporary crown, we will contact you as they arrive from the laboratory. If you are not comfortable leaving the house to receive your crown, you can continue to wear your temporary and we will make an appointment for you when it is safer to be out and about.


If you are an Invisalign patient who has an appointment in the next two weeks, we will be reaching out to you so that we can plan a time for you to pick up your new aligner and receive an evaluation.


The outbreak is affecting more than just our health. It is having an impact on the supply of personal protective gear that is necessary for us to keep our team and patients safe. It is for this reason that we are limiting our hours so that we may provide our support to lessen the severity of the coronavirus in our community.


Please know that our commitment to you has not changed. WE ARE HERE FOR YOU. And we know that by supporting each other, we will get through this until everything gets back to the way it should be.


STAY SAFE. We cannot wait to see you again!


Warmest regards,

Dr. Kelly Truong and the Crosspoint Dentistry Team



Don’t forget to brush and floss!


Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly.

We offer not only traditional total mouth local dental anesthesia, but single tooth and oral sedation as well.

Artificial tooth roots, that when placed, naturally bond with your jaw bone. They become a sturdy base for supporting one or more artificial teeth.

Our patient’s comfort is very important. We offer safe, easy Oral Conscious Sedation for most all procedures (even during a teeth cleaning), as well as general anesthesia for more invasive oral procedures.

Bruxism is excessive teeth grinding or jaw clenching. The splint (Occlusal guard) is a removable device that fits over the teeth to help prevent wearing.

A tooth-shaped “cap” placed over an existing tooth to restore its shape and size, strength, and improve its appearance.

A removable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. There are two (2) types of dentures: Complete and Partial.

Thin shell of porcelain or composite resin custom made to fit over chipped, stained, misaligned, worn down, uneven teeth. providing a natural, attractive look.

Teeth Cleanings

Teeth cleaning is part of oral hygiene and involves the removal of dental plaque from teeth (dental tartar).

Whitening is among the most popular dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look.

(Scaling and Root Planing) Effective treatment against gum disease. Extensive cleaning between gums and teeth, right down to the roots.

A treatment to repair and save a badly damaged or infected tooth, involving removing the damaged area, cleaning and disinfecting, and filling and sealing it.