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Frequently Asked Questions
Dr.  Michael D. Grant, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Insurance and Payment Information


Dr. Grant participates in many PPO and HMO plans and most indemnity plans. The practice also accepts Medicare assignment.


To determine if Dr. Grant is a preferred provider for your PPO or HMO plan, please contact the member services phone number on your insurance card.


Payment of deductibles, copays, or any other portion responsible by the patient is expected at the time of the office visit. We accept VISA, MasterCard, personal checks, and cash.

New Patient Information Packet




To expedite the patient registration process, please print and fill out all forms prior to your scheduled appointment.

Thank you! 


Mammogram Information


Dr. Grant utilizes the radiology services of Solis Imaging Centers and Darlene G. Cass Breast Imaging Centers. All radiologists on staff are fellowship trained in breast imaging. Services performed at these imaging centers include:


  • 3-D Mammograms

  • Screening Digital Mammograms

  • Diagnostic Digital Mammograms

  • Breast Ultrasound

  • Ductograms

  • Stereotactic Core Needle Biopsies

  • Sonographically-Guided Core Needle Biopsies

  • Breast Cyst Aspiration

  • Breast Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  • MRI Guided Biopsy

  • Bone Density Screening

How to Find Us



3310 Live Oak Street

Suite 450

Dallas, TX 75204

Building level and underground parking available at NO CHARGE

















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How to do a Self-Breast Exam


At the same time each month, check for any changes in the normal look or feel of your breasts. Look for a lump, hard

knot, skin thickening or dimpling, or nipple retraction and report any abnormal findings to your doctor. Monthly breast self exams, yearly breast exam by a physician, and yearly mammograms (for women 40 and over) are essential for health

breast care.


Check your breasts using these steps:



Place a pillow under your right shoulder. Put your right hand under your head. Check your entire right breast area with the finger pads of your left hand. Use small circles and follow an up-and-down pattern. Use light, medium, and firm pressure over each area of your breast. Repeat these steps on your left breast.


Check for any changes in the shape or look of your breasts. Note any skin or nipple changes such as dimpling or nipple discharge. Inspect your breasts in four steps: arms at sides, arms overhead, hands on hips pressing firmly to flex chest muscles, and bending forward. 

In the Shower:

Raise your right arm. With soapy hands and fingers flat, check your right breast. Use the same small circles and up-and-down pattern described above in "Lying Down." Repeat on your left breast.

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