Preston Hollow Dental Care

11661 Preston Road Suite 104, Dallas, TX 75230-6196
Change Location

Gabrielle Dizon, D.D.S.

Dr. Dizon

Gabrielle “Gabby” Dizon was born and raised in the heart of “Big D,” she is a Dallas girl, through and through. Dr. Gabby grew up in the East Dallas area and graduated from Ursuline Academy of Dallas before earning her undergraduate degree in exercise science from Texas A&M University in College Station. She continued her education at Baylor College of Dentistry, where she earned her doctorate of dental surgery.

With an eye for detail, Dr. Gabby enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, especially cosmetic procedures. She believes that each patient should be treated like family and strives to provide compassionate care with a gentle touch. She is currently a member of the American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, Texas Academy of General Dentistry, Dallas County Dental Society and the North Texas Hispanic Dental Association.

Dr. Gabby married her high school sweetheart, Greg, and is looking forward to raising a family in the Dallas area. When she isn’t practicing, she enjoys exercising, clay sculpture, and exploring and discovering new restaurant spots in the area.

Reviews

"My visit was wonderful! Dr. Dizon and her assistant were very kind and professional."

A.G.

Google

"Have been here 3 times so far for a couple of crowns. Dr Dizon is top notch, she is personable and professional. I knew exactly what was going on, what was going to be done, and what it would cost at all times. Her staff was friendly and helpful. Everything you could ask for in a dentist office. Highly Recommend!!!!!!!!!!"

M.H.

Yelp

"I and both my children have gone to the dentists here.  They went out of their way every time to make my kids feel comfortable (and myself too). We received handwritten cards in the mail from Dr. Dizon to say thank you and to congratulate my daughter for a recent accomplishment. They worked with me when I could not yet afford a procedure I needed. Every employee was so happy and kind.  I do not relate to the negative views at all. Dentists can not predict with 100% certainty what damage they will encounter in your mouth before a procedure. Therefore their estimated quotes are subject to change.  Insurance rejects payments ALL THE TIME, calling procedures "unnecessary".  That doesn't mean the dentist was trying to gauge your pockets. That insurance trick is one of the many ways insurance companies PROFIT! I'm a physician. They've played that game with me for years denying crucial treatments and medical equipment  to my patients who needed it. So hostile reviewers need to take a step back,  read their consent forms and the estimated cost documents. I *guarantee* you they were forewarned of the possibility of higher charges and that they signed papers stating that.  Yet it's easy to write a horrible review leading others to believe that the dentists are greedy deceptionists and the patient was victimized. Such negative and dishonest Yelp reviews affect people's livelihoods. They should be written with a sense of responsibility."

N.G.

Yelp

"So far so GREAT! Went for my first visit with my new dentist Dr. Gabrielle- she was not only extremely professional and kind, but very intelligent and spoke intuitively about her subject matter (my teeth & gums) giving me the confidence I needed to confirm that I was in good hands! I’ll be back in a couple of weeks for a fill, and I’m excited to journey with her on the road of healthier teeth to optimize my overall health. Solid selection, 2 thumbs up 👍🏽👍🏽 PS- I was also impressed w/how her office handled things given the COVID Pandemic. They make you wear a mask, take your temp before going back, and rinse with oral debriding agent! Everyone was super cautious- I witnessed staff disinfecting surfaces with Cavicide (which I use in my professional Esthetic procedures) throughout the duration of my visit. They are charging $10 for the required PPE fee - but again, you’re in good hands so it’s kinda worth it."

H.B.

Google

"I and both my children have gone to the dentists here.  They went out of their way every time to make my kids feel comfortable (and myself too). We received handwritten cards in the mail from Dr. Dizon to say thank you and to congratulate my daughter for a recent accomplishment. They worked with me when I could not yet afford a procedure I needed. Every employee was so happy and kind.  I do not relate to the negative views at all. Dentists can not predict with 100% certainty what damage they will encounter in your mouth before a procedure. Therefore their estimated quotes are subject to change.  Insurance rejects payments ALL THE TIME, calling procedures "unnecessary".  That doesn’t mean the dentist was trying to gauge your pockets. That insurance trick is one of the many ways insurance companies PROFIT! I’m a physician. They’ve played that game with me for years denying crucial treatments and medical equipment  to my patients who needed it. So hostile reviewers need to take a step back,  read their consent forms and the estimated cost documents. I *guarantee* you they were forewarned of the possibility of higher charges and that they signed papers stating that.  Yet it’s easy to write a horrible review leading others to believe that the dentists are greedy deceptionists and the patient was victimized. Such negative and dishonest Yelp reviews affect people’s livelihoods. They should be written with a sense of responsibility."

N.G.

Yelp

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.