Rodeo Dental is proud to be a pioneering certified B Corporation in the dentistry industry! As a certified B Corporation (B for Benefit) we strive to meet the highest standards for social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.

Our Impact in Numbers:

Access To Care

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Service Totals

*Data pulled from 2019 and 2020 performance

Service Excellence

5-Star Reviews

Our Commitment To The Community

Rodeo Dental Named 2021 “Best For The World” B Corp in Governance

The pioneering Dental Service Organization B Corporation makes...

Rodeo Dental & Orthodontics Named “Best Dentist 2020” By D Magazine!

This is the sixth year in a row Rodeo has lassoed this honor! Fort...

Rodeo Dental & Orthodontics Helped Over 1,000 Students Attend LEAP 2020 Virtual Summit

2020 Marks the 11th Year Rodeo Dental Has Partnered with the Youth...

Rodeo Dental Awarded GIIRS Impact Company Rating of GOLD for 2019!

Rating indicates high, positive impact on community, customers,...

Rodeo Dental Sponsors Olympic Reading Challenge in Mercedes

Who says the Dentist and Reading don’t mix? Sponsors Rodeo Dental,...

Reading With The Rep Celebration – Featuring Madam Chair Nicole Collier

Often a season of tricks and treats, Halloween tends to focus on the...

IDEA Educational Excellence Luncheon Celebrates Rodeo Dental Impact

On September 26, 2019, 300 people gathered in Brownsville for the...

Why Are We Committed?

Identifying cavities early is important to reverse the disease process, prevent the progression of cavities, and reduce the incidence of future lesions.

  • For 2015–2016, 45.8% of children aged 2-19 had cavities, and 13% left them untreated.
    Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease in children in the United States. Astoundingly, it is 5x as prevalent as asthma and 4x more common than early- childhood obesity.


    • There are major inequality gaps in the access to affordable, high-quality treatment for children
  • More than 18 million underserved children went without dental care, including routine exams, in 2014
  • In 2014, 52% of all children did not have a dental visit during the year
Dr. Saam Zarrabi, D.D.S.

Dr. Saam Zarrabi, D.D.S.

CEO – Rodeo Dental & Orthodontics

Dr saam zarrabi