Did you know that scheduling regular dental visits at an early age is the key to the development of your children’s healthy teeth! Our team is dedicated to ensuring your child’s dental exam is calm and relaxing as we use visual aids to ensure your child is engaged in the process and having a little fun too! There is so much to share about brushing methods, teething and the development of adult teeth that we would love the chance to help you with your child’s oral health by developing a caring plan that works for both your child and you.

Following the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, our doctors suggest infants should come in for their first oral exam between the ages of six months to 1 year old.

Our doctors will review proper diet, age-appropriate hygiene, and go over pacifier use to make sure your child’s oral health starts strong and stays strong.

‘‘ The. Staff here is outstanding! Dr Callier is highly skilled kind and an excellent communicator! His staff is friendly,efficient and attentive to every patient’s needs! Consulting doctors are carefully chosen highly and regarded in their field! I can’t say enough good things about North Texas Family and Cosmettic ’’
Trudy Sheek


Practicing healthy habits can prevent or reduce tooth decay (cavities) in infants and children. Continue to clean your infant’s gums after feeding. Once a tooth comes in, start to use a child’s soft bristled toothbrush, with no toothpaste, in addition to massaging the gum tissues.

Wipe gums twice a day with a soft, clean cloth in the morning after the first feeding and right before bed to wipe away bacteria and sugars that can cause cavities.When teeth come in, start brushing twice a day with a soft, small‑bristled toothbrush and plain water.

Babies might only take in half ounce per feeding for the first day or two of life, but after that will usually drink 1 to 2 ounces at each feeding. This amount increases to 2 to 3 ounces by 2 weeks of age. At about 2 months of age, babies usually take 4 to 5 ounces per feeding every 3 to 4 hours.
The aim of oral hygiene is the regular removal of plaque from the teeth twice daily especially along the gingival margin and proximal tooth surface to prevent periodontal disease. Appropriate treatment of xerostomia, aphthous ulcers, and candidiasis should be done. Teeth should be regularly cleaned with a toothbrush.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.