At DFW Dental Team we want to become a valuable resource for your dental practice. If your patients require treatment under sedation, you can Refer a Patient. To schedule a tour of the surgery center where we practice or a Lunch & Learn at your office we invite you to Contact Us.


Supporting Your Practice

DFW Dental Team never recalls patients, which allows doctors to maintain and strengthen the relationships they have developed with their patients over many years, and sometimes even generations. Our referral partners know their patients return to them having received the best treatment in the best environment.


By working with DFW Children’s Surgery Center we are able to expedite and simplify scheduling. We are often available to handle same-day or next-day emergencies, and guarantee your patients will be seen in a timely manner. Our team guides your staff through the referral process to ensure you remain the primary care provider for your patients.

Building Trust

We earn our referral partners’ confidence with each patient experience. After treatment we send our referral partners a report for their patient’s records, including a letter from our doctor, radiographs, intraoral photos, tooth chart, and list of completed procedures: click here to view a sample. Our goal is to build lasting relationships of trust and transparency with each of our referral partners.


We believe every patient should have the highest quality care. For that reason, we accept Medicaid, CHIP, many forms of private insurance, Care Credit, and cash-pay options that accommodate the constraints of our patients’ families. Dentists and patients are often surprised to discover that our fees are much lower than they expect.

Which Patients You Can Refer To Us

Our doctors work with board-certified medical anesthesiologists to administer sedatives to treat patients who are not able to safely receive their dental care in a traditional dental office. These include patients who:

  1. Cannot complete treatment with nitrous oxide or oral sedatives
  2. Are very young (our patients must be at least 18 months old)
  3. Require extensive treatment
  4. Have medical conditions including extreme fear or anxiety, special needs, and/or other unique circumstances that prevent them from being able to cooperate

Refer A Patient