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  • At Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center (DAAC)
    We diagnose and manage allergy, asthma, and immunologic disorders.
    Our physicians are board certified by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology.

Welcome to the Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center


Welcome to Dallas Allergy & Asthma Center (DAAC)! Our office is located in North Dallas and has been serving patients in the North Texas area for over 30 years. Our physicians are board certified by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology and are actively involved in the teaching and training of medical students and residents, holding faculty positions at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, as well as working in the Parkland allergy and asthma clinics.

Our Mission: The physicians and staff at DAAC are dedicated to serving adults and children with allergy and asthma problems through careful and efficient care, taking into consideration the patient's physical needs and emotional well-being. We attempt to see that each patient receives the attention necessary to solve his or her immediate and long range allergy problems. We provide this care in a pleasant, professional and caring environment. It is important to us that our patients' needs are met. Our goal is to provide compassionate, quality medical care in a professional atmosphere. Our staff is comprised of highly trained individuals, dedicated to making our patients' visits as pleasant as possible.

Office Visit Guidelines

Your safety is our priority, so we have enhanced our screening and prevention measures.

  • When you arrive in the parking lot, please call our office. Your car is our new waiting room.
  • Masks must be worn to the appointment per Texas Medical Board.
  • Take your temperature before coming to your appointment. If your temperature is 99.6 or above, please call the office.
  • If you are experiencing cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, or body aches, please call the office.
  • Only one parent/guardian can accompany minors. We are happy to include family members via phone/Facetime/etc. if you’d like. At this time, we ask that you do not bring siblings to the appointment.
  • Please bring current medication list.
  • Established patients — Please complete 2 forms (ROS and ACT) and bring them to your appointment. They are located on the Patient Forms Page of this website (under "INFO" in the navigation bar)
  • Enhanced Sanitation Protocols — We are wiping down exam rooms after each patient visit and common areas throughout the day.

Things To Know

  • Spring allergies will be here soon. Symptoms include sneezing, stuffy or runny nose, itchy nose, eyes or roof of the mouth. Many people with untreated allergy symptoms are not aware of how much better they can feel once their symptoms are properly diagnosed and managed. Our board certified allergists would be happy to help you come up with the treatment regimen that works for you this spring.

    Dr. Dania Wierzbicki

    M.D.

  • There are some allergy medications that you can take to control your symptoms so that you can still go out and enjoy the weather in the spring. Remember to use your saline nasal spray after your outdoor bike rides or runs to wash all of the pollens out of your nose.

    Dr. Gary Gross

    M.D.

Important News

Try Our New Patient Portal

Make your appointments, receive text or email appointment confirmations, ask a question, and read our most recent allergy & asthma updates on our patient portal! click here

Our physicians have been recognized by:

  • D Magazine’s Top Doctors
  • Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors
  • Texas Super Doctors

Things to know this Spring Season

With spring in the air, tree and later grass pollens will be flying everywhere. Aside from taking your allergy medications, reducing your exposure to these pollens is also very effective at reducing your symptoms. Keeping your house and car windows closed, and limiting your outdoor activities on high pollen count days will help to reduce your exposure. If you are participating in outdoor activities, try to change your clothes and/or shower immediately after the activity to wash the pollens away. Saline nasal sprays can also be helpful to wash away the pollens that you breathed in through your nose.

Interested in participating in a clinical trial?

We are always looking for possible participants in various asthma and allergy studies. If interested, please contact our office today to see if you might qualify for an ongoing study! Also, if you know of someone who may be interested in participating, please refer them to us—if they qualify and enroll in one of our studies, you will receive a $50 gift card as a “thank you” for the referral.