Dr. Steve Hernandez is a native of the Hill Country and received a Bachelor of Science from Baylor University. He attended Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas where he received his Doctor of Dental Surgery.
Dr. Angie Hernandez grew up in Arkansas and attended the University of Arkansas where she received a Bachelor of Science. She also received a Doctor of Dental Surgery from Baylor College of Dentistry.
Both doctors continued their training by completing a two year residency in pediatric dentistry and received certificates from Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for children, and Baylor College of Dentistry. In addition, Dr. Angie then completed a fellowship in Orthodontics. The Hernandez have five children; Paige, Ashleigh, Georgia, Zachary and Joshua. The Hernandez family is proud to be a part of Marble Falls, Bee Caves, and the Lake Travis communities. The Hernandez are both Rotarians. They support the Rotary Foundation and are both Paul Harris Fellows. Dr. Steve Hernandez is on the board of directors of the Highland Lakes Health Partnership, where he serves on the board overseeing the formation of a charity dental clinic to serve the Highland Lakes area. In 2009, he received the Outstanding Citizen Award from the Marble Falls/Highland Lakes Chamber of Commerce for his contributions and services to the community. Dr. Angie Hernandez is currently on the board of directors for the Lake Travis Education Foundation. She has also been a member of the Marble Falls Library board of directors. Dr. Steve and Dr. Angie helped to co-chair the Texas Mission of Mercy in Burnet County. This large scale mission treated over eight hundred patients and recruited dentists from all over the state of Texas. Both doctors have volunteered their talents to serve children through the charities of Christina’s Smile and the Theo Van by providing dental care at no cost to the families. The Hernandez have given to school supply drives, bought books for local elementary schools and sponsored programs to foster learning in the elementary schools. Both doctors give annually to the Healthy Smiles Healthy Children Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. This foundation helps to fund research initiatives to further the practice of pediatric dentistry and contributes too many avenues to achieve excellence in pediatric oral health. Moreover, they sponsor numerous youth athletic programs in many communities.