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Dr. Lyle Petrutsas DDS


3131 Harvard Ave Suite 101 Dallas TX, 75205


Dr. Lyle Petrutsas, DDS, specialist in dentistry and general dentistry, currently practices dentistry at Dallas, Texas. Dr. Petrutsas graduated from Baylor College Of Medicine (1995). In addition to having ...

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3131 Harvard Ave -
Dallas, TX 75205
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Fax: 214-521-3186

3131 HARVARD AVE STE 107 -
DALLAS, TX 75205
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New patients: 214-521-2258
Fax: 214-521-3425

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