Dr. Routsong grew up in Southern California and was an Eagle Scout at age 14. In 1997 he and his family moved to Washington where he graduated with honors from Redmond High School. He then served for two years as a missionary for his church in Mexico where he became fluent in Spanish. He enjoys camping, hiking, rock climbing and surfing. He and his wife Kristy who is a hygienist have 2 boys and 1 on the way.
In 2003 Dr. Routsong earned a B.S. degree in Zoology from Brigham Young University. He received his D.D.S. in 2007 from the University of California San Francisco School of Dentistry and scored in the 90 percentile on the National Dental Board exam. U.C.S.F. is consistently ranked as one of the top dental schools in the U.S.
He has received excellent training in dental implants in the Oral Surgery Departments of both U.C.L.A. and Oregon Health Science University. He has also received additional training in the new techniques for advanced implant supported dentures and partial dentures, which will improve the retention of your dentures at a very affordable cost.
In 2008 Dr. Routsong and his wife Kristy traveled at their own expense to Peru and Ecuador and provided free charitable dentistry for local natives. He also participates in the annual Smiles for Kids event as a service project to provide for the dental needs of children in the community.
Co-author "Investigation of Influenza M2 Protein in Supported Lipid Bilayers using Atomic Force Microscopy" American Physical Society, University of Utah, 2002.