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Welcome to Our Office

Our office reopened on May 5, 2020, after closing for the COVID-19 pandemic. The overall health and safety of our patients and team members is a top priority, and we have strong infection control measures in place for your protection. 

Dr. Keith Metzger has worked to provide the best dental care for his patients in the Dallas/Fort Worth area since 1988. He takes pride in building long term relationships with his patients and their families. To continue the legacy of dental excellence, his son, Dr. Kyle Metzger, has joined our practice and is ready to see current and new patients today!

Our entire team is dedicated to your comfort and overall dental health, and our goal is to keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright. We look forward to seeing you in our office soon.

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Meet Our Dental Team

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  • Dr. Keith Metzger

    As a Dentist for over 30 years, Dr. Keith Metzger enjoys working with both children and adults, helping them achieve beautiful smiles. It is his goal to provide the highest quality aesthetic and restorative dental care in a personal and comfortable atmosphere. He and his staff look forward to serving you and your entire family in our office.  

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  • Dr. Kyle Metzger

    Dr. Kyle Metzger began his dental career in 2020, fulfilling his life-time goal to work side-by-side with his father, Dr. Keith Metzger. Like his father, he enjoys treating children and adults of all ages, and he loves to see an entire family together in the office. 'Dr. Kyle” utilizes the newest techniques and trends in dental care, to help his patients achieve confident, winning smiles.

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  • Julie, Office Manager

    Julie has been an integral part of Dr. Metzger's office for 25 years. With her huge smile and inviting personality, Julie approaches her Office Manager’s role with enthusiasm and compassion. She enjoys developing long and lasting relationships with all patients, and she prides herself on getting to know each one personally.

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  • Diane, RDH, Hygienist

    Diane has been our hygienist since 1999, and her reputation for building lasting patient relationships is outstanding. Many of our patients have “grown up” with Diane over the past 20 years. She truly cares about each patient’s needs and concerns, both dentally and personally.

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  • Marcia, RDH, Hygienist

    Marcia began as our hygienist in June of 2018. She travelled all the way from Brazil to begin her career as a dental hygienist, and she now has over eleven years of experience. Marcia is a perfectionist, and prides herself on learning the latest evidence-based technologies and products to help our patients achieve not only oral health but also overall health.

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  • Jennifer, RDH, Hygienist

    Jennifer joined our hygiene team in 2020, bringing with her a winning smile and excellent chair-side manner. She makes our patients at ease with her ability to understand and address their dental concerns, with a thorough and professional approach.

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  • Corrie, Hygiene Coordinator

    In her role as our Hygiene Coordinator, Corrie ensures that our patients have a consistent dental maintenance routine, by overseeing the scheduling of their routine cleaning appointments. Corrie is very diligent and understanding, and she strives to be flexible with accommodating our patients’ scheduling needs.

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  • Kimberly, Scheduling Manager

    Kim has been our Scheduling Manager since September 2014. She brings a warm and genuine personality to our front office, along with twelve valuable years of dental experience. Kim will welcome you with a huge smile, and she will happily answer your questions in a professional and knowledgeable manner.

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  • Diane, Dental Assistant

    Diane is the first of our exceptional Dental Assistants. She has worked side-by-side with Dr. Metzger since 1998, always demonstrating her calm, caring, and genuine personality. Diane has enjoyed spending almost twenty years in an office environment that feels like her second family, laughing together with her fellow staff members, and helping patients feel at home.

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  • Cindy, Dental Assistant

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  • Elizabeth, Dental Assistant

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Always 100% happy with Dr. Metzger and his staff!"
    Georgia J - Customer since 2013
  • "Even in the midst of a pandemic, I received excellent customer service! The staff is always extremely pleasant while providing exceptional quality dental care. Treatments are very gentle and the staff takes the time to help you understand any and all recommendations to promote oral health. I’m a very satisfied customer!"
    Camille M - Customer since 2017
  • "This is the absolute best dentist I have ever gone to! I’ve been coming to Dr. Metzger for 14 years. He and all his staff are the best!"
    Bonnie B - Customer since 2006
  • "Three generations of our family have gone to this dental practice since 1989. Dr. Metzger and his staff are the best! From the welcome in through every procedure until you leave, you are treated as if you are their favorite patient."
    Brenda W - Customer since 1992
  • "Dr. Metzger has always thoroughly explained any procedures. His staff is first rate, kind and courteous."
    Nanc' Jo L - Customer since 1997

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

We are closed for lunch from 1:00-2:00 each day.


8:00 am-5:00 pm


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8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm