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When you need a dentist in San Antonio, TX, call on Dr. Phil's Family Dental Care PLLC. We offer a wide range of dental services including teeth cleaning, teeth whitening, root canals, and much more. We have many years of experience so you can rest assured knowing you are in good hands. We strive to make your smile the brightest it's been. For a great dental office in San Antonio, TX, call on Dr. Phil's Family Dental Care PLLC.

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What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "I’ve always enjoyed visits with Dr. Phil. He’s a very knowledgeable and caring dentist. His staff is just as nice. I’ve been a patient of his since 2009 and plan to be a patient of his for many more years to come."
    Randell G.
  • "I was a new patient who ended up needing a root canal. It took longer than expected, but Dr Phil was patient and thorough. I didn’t have a dentist in San Antonio and just picked him at random, but I’m glad I did! I will definitely be going back."
    Katherine W.
  • "Had filling on #15. Painless numbing and drilling! Purchased dental insurance that his office now offers and saved money compared to insurance that I get from my retirement plan! Been several days now and I feel great!"
    Gary S.
  • "I had an unexpected tooth problem and the office was able to squeeze me in for a temporary fix. Dr Phil is the only dentist I am comfortable with and his staff is friendly and knowledgeable. He is who my family uses too."
    Loraine G.
  • "Dr Tetz is great. My husband has a hard time going to the dentist, but has been very comfortable in his care. I'm so thankful we've found a good place to go!"
    - JC
  • "I was able to be seen quickly and Tetz was very efficient. His assistant was very reassuring too,especially while I was getting numbed up."
    - Elizabeth S.

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