Dr. Gideon Arnett D.M.D.
Gideon Arnett is a native to the Pacific Northwest. Born in Corvallis, Oregon and raised here in Vancouver, Gideon spent much of his time camping and hiking around the Columbia River Gorge, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Adams. He actively participated in Boy Scouts of America, where he was able to earn the rank of Eagle Scout. Boy Scouts taught him that any goal is achievable though dedication, hard work, and perseverance.
Gideon graduated from Evergreen High School in 2010, where he actively participated in several music ensembles, including the Jazz Band, Wind Symphony, and Marching Band. Throughout his time in High School, Gideon was interested in the dental field. He had felt first-hand his confidence and self-esteem improve through oral health care, which inspired his decision to pursue Dentistry. While in high school, he met and started dating his now-wife, Breegan. Upon graduation, Gideon went to Chile for two years as a service missionary for his church.
After Returning from Chile, Gideon went to Brigham Young University – Idaho. He then married his high school sweetheart, Breegan, who was also attending BYUI. While in undergrad, Gideon strived for excellence in his studies, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology. While in school, he worked part-time doing small machine repair for the custodial department.
Gideon and Breegan moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where he attended Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. While in Cleveland, the Arnetts became foster parents to a beautiful little boy. About a year later, the Arnetts welcomed their first daughter to their family, and were able to see their foster son reunified with his parents. During the four years of dental school, Gideon enjoyed spending time at Lake Erie, camping, and traveling to major cities on the East Coast.
Upon Graduation in 2020, Gideon and his family returned to their roots in Vancouver. Gideon is excited to be joining the team at New Image Cosmetic and Family Dentistry, and plans to be in the Vancouver area long-term.