Your friendly and caring dentist in Garland, TX.

Dr. Logan Callier epitomizes the essence of compassionate and comprehensive dentistry, fueled by his unwavering dedication to both the art and science of dental care. Raised in the vibrant community of Rockwall, TX, Dr. Callier’s journey towards excellence began with a Bachelor’s degree from Harding University in Arkansas, where he laid the foundation for his illustrious career in dentistry. Subsequently, he pursued his passion at the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry, where he earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery (DDS).

During his tenure at dental school, Dr. Callier’s commitment to excellence was recognized through his induction into the esteemed Odontological Honor Society and the Omicron Kappa Upsilon National Dental Honor Society, showcasing his exceptional academic prowess and dedication to the field. Notably, he received clinical accolades in Fixed Prosthodontics, Endodontics, and Periodontics, reflecting his proficiency in handling intricate dental cases with finesse and precision.

For Dr. Callier, dentistry transcends mere professional practice; it is a profound opportunity to positively impact lives and foster enduring relationships with his patients. His genuine passion lies in dispelling fears and misconceptions associated with dental visits, ensuring that every patient feels valued, understood, and cared for. Driven by his unwavering faith and devotion to Jesus Christ, Dr. Callier views dentistry as a sacred calling—a platform to honor his faith and serve others with humility and compassion.

Beyond the realms of dentistry, Dr. Callier finds solace and joy in his role as a devoted husband to his high school sweetheart, Jenna Callier, and as a nurturing father to their three beloved sons—Jonah, Ezra, and Oliver. Their boundless love and shared adventures serve as a constant source of inspiration, infusing his practice with warmth, empathy, and a genuine appreciation for family values.

In his pursuit of excellence, Dr. Logan Callier continues to embody the principles of integrity, empathy, and clinical excellence, striving to create transformative dental experiences that not only enhance smiles but also enrich lives. As a trusted advocate for oral health and well-being, Dr. Callier remains steadfast in his commitment to providing unparalleled care, ensuring that each patient’s journey is characterized by comfort, confidence, and lasting satisfaction.


‘‘Beyond excellent. The entire staff from the front office, the dental hygienists, and especially Dr. Callier were friendly, concerned and took plenty of time to work with this very needle phobic patients. I was very impressed and have found my new dental family. I highly recommend the practice. my wisdom teeth removed.’’
Ty Lawrence


It is essential to floss your teeth daily. It cleans food particles from under your gum line and between your teeth. If you don’t, plaque can harden into tartar. It forms wedges between teeth and gums and creates pockets. Gums can pull away over time, and teeth will become looser.

You can use mouthwashes to protect your teeth, reduce sensitivity and give you fresh breath if you use them along with regular brushing and flossing, but not as a substitute for daily cleanings. Your dentist will recommend the correct type of mouthwash for you. For dry or sensitive gums, some people require twice-daily rinses. Children should not use mouthwash under 6 to avoid them getting swallowed.

Yes, sugary sweets and acidic foods like soda and candy can stick to teeth and cause cavities. Gum disease and oral cancer can be caused by chewing or smoking tobacco. Although teeth can chew ice and open packages with ease, it is possible to break them or stress your jaws. Stress can cause cracks in your teeth by grinding or gritting on them. Another bad habit is biting your nails. It can cause your jaw to move out of place and change the way your teeth fit together.

Call us at (972) 278-9901. or write to us by filling out the contact form. You’ll find our staff friendly and more than happy to take your questions.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.