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211 E Las Tunas Dr
San Gabriel, CA, 91776


Dr. Daniel Cheng, DDS provides quality general dental and specialized services in the San Gabriel Valley. His specialized services include TMJ/TMD pain therapy, cosmetic dentistry, implants, and full mouth reconstruction.


Dr. Cheng


Dr. Daniel D. Cheng is dedicated to providing high quality, patient-oriented dentistry. He has over 15 years of experience in private practice. The office itself has had the goodwill of local residents in the area, since the original office was established 65 years ago in 1950.

Dr. Cheng believes in ongoing training and continuing education to bring updated knowledge and the most advanced techniques to patients. After graduating with dual bachelor degrees in Biochemistry/Chemistry and Economics at the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Cheng completed his doctoral dental degree at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He attended an additional year of pediatric training along with numerous accredited continuing education courses in specialized fields, including a post-graduate study in Advanced Occlusion, Restorative and Prosthetic Techniques by the Foundation for Advanced Continuing Education. He continues to be actively involved in the Stuart Gnathology Study Group as well as the Loma Linda Implant Study Group.

Currently, Dr. Cheng is a member of the American Dental Association, California Dental Association, San Gabriel Valley Dental Society and the Academy of Osseointegration. In the past, he was the Vice-President and board member of the Southern California Academy of General Dentistry as well as a spent time in the USC Faculty Practice. 

Dr. Cheng enjoys community service, and regularly volunteers his dental services at a medical and dental relief foundation. He has participated in countless free mobile dental clinics throughout California, such as the Remote Area Medical clinic, Care Harbor LA, and CDA Cares since he has been practicing dentistry.  


Dr. Cheng has been featured in the New York Times on December 8, 2009 for his volunteer work at the Remote Area Medical clinic. He was photographed and mentioned in the print article, "Overdue Stop on the Road to a Smile" (seen on the picture).

The New York Times reporter was very impressed with Dr. Cheng’s ability to deliver high quality dentistry to the large number of patients within the short span of a few days. Many patients received not just a new set of beautiful teeth, but also a new life. Dr. Cheng has expertise and techniques in transforming smiles and changing lives.

Photos by Ruth Fremson/NY Times.