Park Cities Dental Care
"Trust The Experience" 

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who made this website?  Dr. Hibbs has spent many hours personally designing and programming this entire website.

  2. Where can I get information on various dental procedures?  Look at the Fact Sheets.

  3. Is your office modern with state-of-the-art equipment?  Yes it is.  People enjoy the clutter-free appearance of our treatment rooms and we have some of the latest, best equipment available.  Take a tour!

  4. Will you treat me like family, or run me through like cattle?  We have a very slow-paced practice where we give ample time to ensure treatment is completed carefully, gently, and properly.

  5. Do you treat children?  Sure!  We love seeing kids and are quite good at making them feel comfortable (no child can resist Dr. Hibbs' magic tricks!).  See our kid's page.

  6. Does your office take my insurance?  Probably.  Simply call  214.351.2311 with your information and our receptionist will research your carrier and report back to you.  What about payment plans?  We are happy to be associated with Care Credit Patient Financing.

  7. Where is the office located?  In the Pavilion Shopping Center on Lovers Lane, 2 blocks West of the Dallas North Tollway.  We are on the second floor, near the middle of the building, slightly to the left.  Look for the large sign that says: "Dentist  J. Eric Hibbs, DDS"

  8. Where do I park?  There is ample free parking (including handicapped) in front of the building.

  9. Is there an elevator?  Yes; the elevators are located at the main entrance in the center of the building (near Jean Philippe Salon).

  10. What are the doctor's personal stats?  Dr. Hibbs is 48 years old, married, with two wonderful children.

  11. Does the doctor take continuing education courses regularly?  Yes, he is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, which recognizes dentists that are committed to going above and beyond the normal continuing education requirements. Dr. Hibbs is proficient in cosmetic dentistry (including the revolutionary Lumineers), implants, orthodontics (including Invisalign), oral surgery and all other aspects of general dentistry. Usually  Dr. Hibbs personally completes all required treatment in our facility. It is very rare for our patients to require a Specialty referral. However, in those rare situations, Dr. Hibbs has an excellent network of providers to connect you with, and he maintains close communication with them regarding on-going treatment at all times.

  12. Why did Dr. Hibbs become a dentist?  Dr. Hibbs decided to become a dentist during childhood.  He wore braces off and on for 5 years, during which he suffered a terrifying baseball bat hit to the mouth.  His dentist, the late Dr. K L McAlexander, saved his teeth during an evening emergency dental visit.   This event strengthened Dr. Hibbs' desire to become a dentist, so that, perhaps, he might help others as he had been helped.  Dr. Hibbs enrolled in the High School for the Health Professions Magnet School in Dallas, TX, taking dental assisting and laboratory courses, then continued on through graduation from Baylor College of Dentistry - one of the world's best dental schools.

  13. Don't let this happen to you!

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  15. What if I want to become a dentist?  Check here for info!  Check here for a great pre-dental site.  Then check here for info on the three Texas dental schools.

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