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Grace T. Chu, D.M.D., P.A.

Dallas, TX


General Information


We understand that your time is valuable .We will strive to provide endodontic services and care in a timely and prompt manner.  We strive to give each patient our undivided attention with unsurpassed service for the agreed upon appointment time.  We do not double book patients.  In exchange, we expect that you will be present for your appointment at the agreed upon time.  We understand that scheduling conflicts occasionally occur and would appreciate at least a 24 hour notice if cancellation of your appointment is necessary. 


Payment and Fees

We will assist you to the best of our ability in obtaining the maximum benefits from your insurance.  During your first visit we will discuss the probable number of visits needed for your treatment, the length of each visit, and the costs involved.  The fee for your endodontic treatment will be based on the extent of treatment. Endodontic fees usually range from $950.00 to $1,700.00 and it is our policy that your care is paid for at the time of treatment. 

For your convenience, we provide a number of payment options that may be used individually or in combination: 

  •  cash or check 
  •  credit card, we accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
  •  optional payment plan:  We are pleased to offer  CareCredit to our patients. Please click on  the secure link for online application.  


We accept most insurance and process claims electronically.  We are in-network provider for AETNA, Assurant, CIGNA, Delta, Guardian PPO plans.  We try our best to estimate your out-of-pocket expense.  Actual payment is determined by the insurance company once they process the claim.  Deductibles and copayments are due at the time of treatment..  Please remember that you are fully responsible for all fees charged by our office regardless of your insurance coverage.   We will wait 30 days for the insurance company to pay their portion.  In the event your insurance company fails to pay, rejects the claim, or does not pay the total balance, you are responsible for the remaining balance.