We’re open early and late during the week so scheduling an appointment is always easy.
Patient comfort & clear communication are our nearby team’s top priorities.
We accept many dental insurance plans, Medicaid/CHIP, & offer financing.
Dr. Lankupalli (or “Dr. L”) and Dr. Mainker are eager to change the way you feel about the dentist one gentle and convenient appointment at a time. They consider everyone who steps through our doors to be a member of our extended dental family, and they will strive to earn your trust again and again. Thanks to their experience and dedication to continuing education, you and your loved ones will be able to get almost any service you need – from routine checkups and dental implants to emergency dentistry – right here in our Plano dental office.Meet Your Dentists
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When you come to ProSmiles Dental & Orthodontics of Plano, YOU are our focus and our number one priority. From check-in to checkout, our team near you is ready to do everything we can to ensure you remain comfortable and always understand what we’re doing and why. Our knowledgeable team is also eager to answer any questions or address concerns to guarantee you leave your appointments feeling refreshed and renewed.Meet Your Dental Team
“This location is super friendly, especially Heather. Even during the pandemic they're friendly, welcoming, professional. It's an amazing place to come. Everything is explained they do not leave you questioning anything. I will be coming here for now on. Thank you guys so everything y'all do!””
“Everyone here is so friendly, and they got me in quickly! They even helped me get my cavity filled and were kind and gentle about it! Even when it was bigger than it appeared, they got me fixed up and cared for! They have changed my opinion of dentistry forever!”
“I took my daughter in for a visit here, and I will say, every single staff member was very polite, welcoming, helpful and professional. Each and every single one of them had a smile on their face and did great with my daughter. I would highly recommend ProSmiles to everyone.”
We believe that your dental care should be just as unique as your smile, which is why every treatment plan we recommend is 100% made from scratch for each patient. This ensures a great result as well as a positive experience, plus it allows us to prioritize what matters most to a patient when it comes to their care. With our broad service menu (including modern dentures and beautiful cosmetic dentistry), we’re able to take care of simple and complex dental issues efficiently, and we even accept same-day appointments if you ever have a surprise toothache or dental injury.
No matter your situation, you can trust that your dental dollar will go farther at ProSmiles Dental & Orthodontics of Plano. We accept many popular PPO dental insurance plans as well as Medicaid/CHIP. We’ll answer any questions about your benefits, so you know exactly what is and isn’t covered. We’ll even file your claims for you, and you can also sign up for low-to-no interest financing to space out paying for your care.
Our membership plan offers similar savings compared to traditional dental insurance, but it costs much less. For a low annual fee, you can cover your checkups and cleanings for the entire year as well as gain access to a 15% discount on most other services.Learn More About Our Plan
Our dental office is located right at the corner of W Pipeline Rd and Precinct Line Rd, less than 5 minutes east of 820 and south of Texas 183. As a result, we’re the perfect fit for patients looking for a dentist near Allen or a dental office near Frisco! We’re next door to a Walmart Neighborhood Market, across the street from Los Alberto’s Mexican Food, and just down the street from a Braum’s as well. So, it’s easy to come see us, grab a bite, and hop on the highway back home! If you need further assistance locating our dental practice near The Colony, don’t hesitate to get in touch so we can help.Map Our Dental Office Dental Frequently Asked Questions
Our team is always happy to talk to you if you have questions, but because we know that your time is limited, we’ve gone ahead and answered some of the most popular ones we receive below. Look over this list, and if you would like to know more about something that we haven’t covered here, be sure to reach out to us!
The fastest way to receive emergency dental care is to call our office and schedule a same-day appointment. On the phone, once you describe your situation, we will let you know exactly when we can see you, plus we’ll offer tips to help you remain comfortable until then. However, if you are dealing with broken bones, breathing issues, or bleeding that won’t stop, you should head to your local emergency room before calling us.
The average cost for a checkup and cleaning in the U.S. is about $200-$350. The rate can vary based on the location of the practice as well as the terms of your insurance plan (if you have one). It should be noted that most dental insurances cover checkups and cleanings 80-100%, making these preventive treatments extremely affordable.
A tooth extraction tends to cost about $150-$400 in the U.S. Factors like the complexity of the extraction (whether it is simple or requires surgery), the state of a patient’s oral health (which can potentially introduce complications), and insurance coverage can all make the treatment more or less expensive. Typically, insurance will cover about 50% of an extraction given that the policyholder has met their deductible and not gone over their yearly maximum.
In order to become a dentist, a person must first receive an undergraduate degree from an accredited college, and then they need to attend dental school to earn a DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery) or DMD (Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry) degree. After this, the newly minted dentist must go through a residency program that lasts about a year. At this point, they are qualified to start practicing, but most dentists continue to complete advanced training throughout the years to keep their skills and knowledge up to date.
“Cosmetic dentistry” is not designated as a specialty like orthodontics or periodontics, so if you are interested in enhancing your smile, you need to do your own research when finding the right dentist. It’s recommended that you look at an individual dentist’s bio page to see if they have any cosmetic-focused training and experience, plus you should check out any before and after pictures on their website. Another good resource is patient reviews—search for any mentions of cosmetic procedures like veneers, whitening, and bonding.