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,
Dr. Kyle Metzger obtained his Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree from Midwestern College of Dental Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. He chose Midwestern because of their focus on leading edge technology, extensive hands-on experience with patients, and instructors who emphasize mutual respect and teamwork. A true outdoorsman, he also thrived in the Phoenix area, which provided the opportunity to hike, golf, and travel, almost year-round.
While attending Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine, Kyle was respected by his peers and instructors, for his “can do” attitude and willingness to assist classmates and patients with compassion and professionalism. He was awarded the “2019 Student Service Award” by his instructors, which honors the student who exemplifies outstanding service and assistance to others in the dental clinic.
During his four years of dental school, Dr. Metzger continued his focus on community service by providing dental care in several charitable dental clinics. He spent ten days in Guatemala with a team of dentists, treating adults and children from the underserved local villages. Dr. Metzger also helped underprivileged patients at the Arizona Mission of Mercy event, and in several clinics in the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas. He served alongside his father and other Texas Dentists at the Texas Mission of Mercy clinic in Dallas, Texas.
A native from the DFW area, Dr. Kyle Metzger grew up in Southlake, Texas. He was a dual-sport athlete, playing football and baseball throughout his high school years at Carroll High School and Liberty Christian School. As a young boy, Dr. Metzger dreamed of playing college baseball, and he achieved that by playing baseball and studying Engineering at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Realizing his love for the southern part of the U.S., he transferred to the University of Oklahoma to continue his studies in Mechanical Engineering and the Biological Sciences.
When he is not at the office, Dr. Metzger enjoys golf, hiking, water sports, travelling, watching college and professional football, and attending MLB games.