Dr. Jason Troutman is a Mebane, North Carolina native. He attended E.M. Yoder Elementary and Woodlawn Middle School, and graduated from Eastern Alamance High School in 1998. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He graduated with his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 2006 from the UNC School of Dentistry. His senior year of dental school, Dr. Troutman was awarded the Monte G. Miska award for excellence in Prosthodontics, the esthetic restoration and replacement of teeth. He was also requested by the head doctor of the Prosthodontics department to assist in teaching the Advanced Prosthodontics course to juniors of the dental school.
After graduating dental school, Dr. Troutman began private practice here in Mebane. He was very eager to begin his practice beside his father, who has been practicing here for over 35 years. He built his new office in 2007 in order to provide both a comfortable and relaxing environment while incorporating the newest dental technologies for his patients to receive the best dental care possible. Dr. Troutman not only works in private practice, but also volunteers with Missions of Mercy Dental Clinic and Give Kids A Smile. Dr. Troutman is currently serving his second term as the President of the Alamance-Caswell dental society. He is a member of the North Carolina Dental Society, the American Dental Association, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Organization of Safety and Asepsis Prevention.
Dr. Troutman has been happily married to Jamie since 2002. They have three boys—Caden, Casey, and Colton—and one daughter, Zaylee. They are active members of their church and enjoy spending time together on their farm here in Mebane. In his spare time, Dr. Troutman also enjoys laps at Virginia International Raceway, ATVing, and anything Carolina Blue!!