Dr. Viet Ong graduated in 2005 from Boston University. After graduation, he served in the U.S. Army from 2005-2008, including a tour of duty Operation Iraqi Freedom. He maintains a small dental practice from 2008 to current. His scope of practice includes fillings, wisdom teeth removal, root canals, braces, implants, crowns and bridges, dentures.
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