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Welcome to Russell T. Dix, D.D.S., Your Dentist in Keller, TX


Dr. Russell Dix was born and raised in the Ft. Worth area. He graduated from Texas A&M University before attending Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas. Dr. Dix has been in practice, in Keller since 1987. He has enjoyed advancing his care for patients as dentistry has advanced over the years. 

Dr. Dix is a Life Member of the ADA, TDA, and FWDDS.  He has served many times as a delegate at the Texas Dental Association annual meetings. He has also held several offices in the Ft. Worth District Dental Society and in 2021-22 was honored to serve as the 100th President. 

Dr. Dix has been married to his wife, Karen for over 36 years. They have 2 grown and married sons and 2 grandsons. 

He enjoys spending time with family, especially hosting large family dinners. He also enjoys golfing, dinners with friends and traveling.


  • "Great friendly and professional care. Always treated like a family member, not a patient. Got me in quickly to repair a broken tooth. In and out in under 30 minutes. Simply the best!"
  • "I have been going to Dr. Dix for over 30 years, since he opened the office. He is very knowledgeable, current practices and gentle. Best dentist in town!"
  • "Great staff as usual. Dentist was great as usual and anawered all my questions. Got me into The office within 24 hrs of me calling about a broken tooth. Thanks again Dr. Dix and The entire staff."
  • "This is the very best dentist office I have ever been too. Love the staff and Dr. Dix! They treat everyone like they are family. Going to the dentist is never fun, but they do it right."

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Lunch Break 12 - 1


7:30 am-3:30 pm


7:30 am-3:30 pm


7:30 am-3:30 pm


7:30 am-3:30 pm