We understand. You want more answers than questions, more hope than despair and proven results with experience to solve your personal infertility problems. We understand because we’ve been helping personal miracles come true longer than any other fertility clinic in Dallas.
Fertility Center of Dallas is your beginning – the beginning of your fertility success story.
Whether you’ve recently realized it’s taking longer than it should to get pregnant, or you’re ready make a change, at the Fertility Center of Dallas you’ll be working with a nationally recognized fertility specialist team who take the time to get to know you and create customized fertility solutions.
Dr. Putman is the only fertility specialist who has successfully transferred a human embryo into a patient that received a donated uterus resulting in a live birth. Not just once – but twice. Medical miracles do happen. And we are confident that if we can overcome the challenges associated with this amazing process – surely we’re capable of helping you.
We provide all medical services that you need. Our goal is to make our clients happy parents. We do it as easy as possible for couples to have a baby, whether it’s through the use of egg donation or a gestational carrier.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Putman has been at the forefront of providing the most innovative and advanced treatment for his patients with infertility issues.
Dr. Li ``Lilly`` Zhang is an expert in reproductive technologies. Dr. Zhang is the laboratory director for Fertility Center of Dallas, she has 20+ years of clinical experience.
We are here to answer all of your questions and support you through your journey. Please take the opportunity to review our latest blog posts regarding our thoughts on the industry and insight into our services.
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