Dentist in Denton – Anew Dental

Quality Care for Adults and Children

At Anew Dental family dentistry in Denton, we are committed to providing you and your family with high quality dental care in a comfortable, friendly environment. In our new state-of-the-art facility you will enjoy the benefits of the latest advances in dental technology. We offer a wide range of services so you can get all of your dental care in one place. Whatever your dental needs, we can help.

We also offer: Same day emergency appointments

Please call us at (940) 565-5049 with any questions or to schedule an appointment.

Family Dentistry

  • Dr. Trinh Pham
    A Message From Dr. Pham

    “As the owner of Anew Dental, I am committed to providing you and your family with the personalized attention you deserve . I will always listen to your concerns, answer all of your questions, and take the time necessary to provide the best care possible. It is my goal to develop long-term relationships with all of my patients and I will work to earn your trust and confidence.”

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What Our Patients Say About Us

  • "Absolutely love her worked. She is very professional so affordable and her work is absolutely amazing. She's gentle she cares about your wants and needs. 5 stars is not enough for the work she does. Thanks so much Dr. Pham for the amazing work."
    Victor R.
  • "Absolutely, hands down the BEST dentist I have ever been to. She takes extra care to make sure you are not in ANY pain (which is my #1 reason for hardly ever going to the dentist!). My teen daughter has soft teeth and doesn't take care of them like she should. Dr. Pham could have charged us out of the wazoo for extensive dental work (crowns, etc.). Instead, decided the best bet would be to just pull the tooth. She looks for every avenue to save you money. Her staff is also so nice. Do yourself a favor, give Anew Dental and Dr. Pham a try!"
    Michelle R.
  • "Dr. Pham and her staff are awesome! Everyone in our family goes to her. She is EXCELLENT with my 6 year old son! I have had just about everything done here and the bedside manner and prices are unbeatable. We are cash pay and she really works with us. We recommend her to everyone and wouldn't go anywhere else. I highly recommend her!"
    Chelsea J.

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8:30 am-5:00 pm


8:30 am-5:00 pm