Dr. Julie Tran
Dr. Tran graduated from the Medical College of Virginia with the degree Doctor of Dental Surgery. A graduate of the University of Virginia, she follows the spirit of excellence and tradition of honor instilling by President Thomas Jefferson. Since she began practicing dentistry, Dr. Tran has kept up to date on many continuing educational classes, ensuring that her patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced dental care. She served as the Chair of Continuing Education for the Northern Virginia Dental Society.
She is an active member of the American Dental Association and the Virginia Dental Association. Trusted by her peers, she currently serves on Peer Review Committee for the Northern Virginia Dental Society. In the past, she was chosen to serve as a Delegate representing all dentists from Northern Virginia at the Virginia Dental Association Assembly.
Dr. Tran’s passion for Dentistry stems from her calling to help others through a dental mission. Dr. Tran has participated in multiple dental missions including Operation Smile, a non-profit volunteer medical services organization that provides reconstructive facial surgery to underprivileged children and young adults, Hope for Tomorrow dental missions, Mission of Mercy throughout Virginia. She is a Donated Dental Service provider to help the underserved population. As a dental patient herself, she brings compassion and empathy to her patients with her caring and kind chairside manner.
An immigrant from Vietnam, Dr. Tran proudly considered herself “an adopted daughter” of America. Therefore she believes in supporting local businesses in Del Ray Alexandria area and America via buying local and co-marketing efforts. Dr. Tran is an active member of the Del Ray Business Association.
In her spare time, Dr. Tran enjoys her time with her three young sons (ages ranging from 10, 11 to 13 years old) skiing, hiking, biking and cooking. She is a Scout leader in both Cub Scouts and Scout BSA for her sons' troop and pack. Her spiritual practices ground her to be present for her boys and her patients.