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As your trusted family dentistry center, we are focused on helping you preserve your oral health for a lifetime. We ensure you can retain your beautiful set of teeth for a long time through a range of services, including orthodontics, restorative dentistry, regular dental checkups, and more.

To maintain good oral health, dental extractions may become a necessity. Conditions like extensive tooth decay, a wisdom tooth causing pain or overcrowding of teeth calls for an extraction procedure.

North Texas Family and Cosmetic dentistry brings together its experienced team and latest technologies to offer you safe dental extractions, Garland, TX.

Our friendly dental professionals will first discuss your medical history and then your oral condition to understand your concerns.

After a thorough examination, our specialists will devise a treatment plan that takes care of your health and preferences. Irrespective of your dental condition, rest assured that you will receive the best dental extractions and care possible from us.

Your comfort is our priority, which is why we offer sedation dentistry so that you receive a painless treatment and preserve your oral health without discomfort.

With your comfort in mind, we strive to make all our dental procedures safe and painless for a great experience.

‘‘I have been going to them for years. Love Dr. Callier and the entire office staff! Great and friendly atmosphere. Mikaela is very meticulous, taking her time to thoroughly clean my teeth! Would recommend them over and over’’
Vivian Elegonye (Vivellefashion)


One of the best and simplest ways to prevent tooth extractions is making sure that you have good oral hygiene. The simple act of brushing and flossing your teeth properly twice a day can eliminate any risk of developing diseases and infections significantly.
Rest quietly with your head elevated for the remainder of the day. Always get up slowly from a reclined position to prevent dizziness. Limit physical activity for the first 24 hours and avoid excessive exertion for the first 72 hours. Healing will occur much faster with rest!
Tooth extraction is associated with several general post-surgical effects such as pain, inflammation, bruising, bleeding, and infection. Some pain, swelling, and bruising in the area can be expected for most patients, which will subside with time.
If the shifting is not severe yet, you may be able to get a dental implant with a crown to prevent further movement. Once again, your dentist can evaluate these options during an oral exam.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.