Dental Clinic Of Plano

900 E. Park Blvd
Plano, TX - 75074
Telephone: 972-633-3380

Dental Clinic Of Plano  provides  dental care for children under 19 expectant mothers seen when space is available residing in the cities of Dallas, Garland and Collin County who meet Texas Department of Health low-income eligibility guidelines. Limited adult care available at Bluitt-Flowers and deHaro-Saldiar. Senior citizens age 60 and over are eligible at the COPC Dental Clinics. Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm Fees:   Low Income Children who qualify for their grant. Copay is only $15.00 each visit. Low Income Seniors age 60+ who qualify for their grant. Co-pay is only $25.00 each visit plus any applicable lab fee if indicate.   

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  • Jul 25, 2019

    Hi my name is Brian and I"m 52 and recently unemployed. I have a tooth on the bottom in the back that is killing me. I went and had it checked out and they wanted almost $1000 to fix it. A root canal, extraction, or implant. The cheapest option with insurance was $500. I got laid off on Thursday and my dental is good until 8-1, but I don't have the co pay.. Can you help? or can you help me find someone that will put me on a payment plan or something. My credit is not very good. Help! Thanks!

  • Jun 24, 2020

    I am on disability and in need of dental care. The insurance Medicare has does not cover much. I received x-rays and was told it would not cover what I needed. I am always pain.

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