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Your fertility guides

The Dallas IVF fertility team is devoted to helping you, our patients, become parents, and facing the medical and emotional challenges together. The care we give is genuine, sincere and highly skilled – founded on the expertise and insight from our reproductive endocrinologists, many of whom have experienced infertility themselves.

We serve as a guide through education, personalized treatments and support for the emotional ups and downs. We’re there through it all, committed to your success.


Natural nurturing

Dr. Mucowsk holding an invocell | Dallas IVF | Frisco TX

With INVOcell, your body nourishes the eggs & sperm to grow your embryo. This new fertility treatment gets you more involved in the process for less expense.

IVF innovation


Your best treatments


Overcoming infertility is a personal process, drawing on a range of treatments. We craft each treatment plan individually for your success.

Know your options


Ways you can save

Happy couple who used Dallas IVF to get pregnant | Dallas IVF | Frisco TX

Solidify your fertility plan by meeting with our financial counselor to explore common financial questions, financing options and our IVF refund program.

Affordable family


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Coronavirus and Telemedicine

Coronavirus and Telemedicine

Dallas IVF is reopening on May 1 with new in-clinic appointment policies and continued telemedicine options. We are committed to the health of our patients and staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Dallas IVF Now Offers Univfy

Dallas IVF Now Offers Univfy

Our Dallas fertility center offers Univfy to all patients free of charge. This allows you to see how your chances with IVF compare to your probability of conceiving naturally or with alternative treatments such as intrauterine insemination (IUI).
Dr. Fiona Esfandiari on treatment with Dr. Sara Mucowski | Dallas IVF | Texas
" The advice I would give is don’t be afraid and don’t wait too long. If you’re less than 35 and have been trying for over a year, don’t just think, OK, I’ll give it another six months or eight months. Do seek some treatment. "

–Dr. Fiona Esfandiari, Ob-Gyn, on her successful journey to motherhood

 

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