Whether you’re planning to schedule your dental implants or are still researching if dental implants are the right option for you, ClearChoice Dental Implants Newnan is here to help you with the process. Dental implants are a popular and cost-effective alternative to dentures or bridges, and they look, feel, and function more like your natural teeth.
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Dr. Alejandra Paz Ortega received her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Chile in Santiago, Chile in 2000 as well as a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 2012. Additionally, Dr. Ortega earned a Certificate in Prosthodontics from a combined program at Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Naval Postgraduate Dental School (Bethesda MD) in 2015. She then went on to work as Laboratory supervisor at the Dental Clinic in Atlanta Veterans Hospital 2017-2023.
As a key member of ClearChoice Dental Implant Center in Newnan, Dr. Ortega has experience with fixed and removable prosthetics, full-mouth rehabilitation, cosmetic dentistry, and implant restorations. Dr. Ortega is passionate about developing customized treatment plans to help every patient reach their unique dental goals and achieve a healthy, beautiful smile.
Outside of work, Dr. Ortega has volunteered for numerous organizations, including providing oral screening and hygiene instruction for homeless veterans, elementary school students, and underserved rural populations. In her spare time she loves spending time with family, outdoor activities, traveling, baking and playing with her puppies.
Dr. Ortega is fluent in English and Spanish.
“I feel blessed to have the huge privilege of being able to utilize my knowledge and skills to help people overcome sometimes, years of misery and shame due to bad teeth. I love being a part of a patient’s journey and positively impacting his or her life.”