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Dental Services for El Paso and Surrounding Areas

Comprehensive Dental Care

At the office of Dr. David M. Rizk, we believe dentistry is a holistic discipline; that means we’re concerned about you as a whole.

We practice mercury-free dentistry, and have a treatment plan in place to remove and replace any existing mercury fillings safely and effectively. We also offer PerioSciences, a line of products containing natural ingredients as part of your in-office and at-home dental care.

When you’re in our office, you can be sure we’ve spared no expense to bring you the safest, highest-quality care. We use digital x-rays, soft-tissue lasers, CT scanners – whatever technology we need to ensure you’re the picture of perfect dental health.

Of course, we offer the finest in routine dental care with comprehensive exams, extensive oral hygiene, x-rays, oral cancer screenings, and periodontal therapy. But, we also focus on implant dentistry, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry, as well as treatment for sleep apnea and TMJ. We offer emergency services for your unexpected, but urgent dental needs.

Our entire team has received training at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, or LVI. LVI is an industry leader in providing dentists and their teams with the cutting-edge training necessary to provide you with the most modern, highest-quality dental care available. Our team’s knowledge, combined with their compassionate treatment of patients, is sure to put a smile on your face.

Please contact us today regarding any of the services we offer. We’re always here to help.

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