Fort Worth (August 28, 2019) —

On August 28, 2019, Madam Chair Collier, the first woman to represent House District 95 in Tarrant County, presented Doctor Saam Zarrabi with a signed resolution from the State of Texas commending the company for its role in serving the community of Texas.

“To be able to witness how someone’s life can change with just one visit at Rodeo Dental, it’s just mindblowing. It’s amazing and I am truly blessed to be part of the Rodeo Dental family,” a Rodeo Dental team member expressed after listening to Madam Chair Collier speak to the rest of the team in Rodeo Dental’s headquarters.

The resolution outlines several areas Rodeo Dental has grown in and impacted during its ten years of service to Texas children and adults’ oral health.

Rodeo Dental has grown to have twenty-one locations across the state of Texas and continues to grow its practice to reach more who are in need of high-end dental care.

Moreover, it has dedicated itself to addressing issues of poor oral health among the children of Texas, offering free care to hundreds of uninsured individuals.

More than one-hundred of Rodeo Dental’s dentists, specialists, and dental assistants donate their services. In 2018, Rodeo Dental provided $250,000 worth of pro-bono dental work, including x-rays, exams, cleanings, restorations, extractions, and fluoride treatments.

Throughout Rodeo Dental’s first ten years, the company has offered its patients expert care while helping the communities it serves prosper.

Madam Chair Collier extended her best wishes to Dr. Zarrabi and the rest of the Rodeo Dental team, and shared a quote from Maya Angelou before her visit came to a close, “‘People will forget what you said, they may forget what you did, but they’ll never forget how you made them feel.’ And that is the tone that runs through Rodeo Dental.”

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