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When caring for children with special needs, our overall approach to dentistry doesn’t change, but the treatment plan may be slightly different to accommodate any issues you may be facing at home; e.g., brushing, flossing, dietary concerns and addressing aversions to food textures and tastes, etc. We are always empathetic to the needs of the caregiver as well as the child and show support in any way we can.

Our doctors empathy and advanced training allows them to read a child’s body language to help even when your child can’t express those feelings themselves. The team at North Texas Family and Cosmetic Dentistry has been trained to help every child remain as calm as possible throughout their visit.

Our office’s treatment rooms are designed to accommodate children with special needs so we can administer care in an environment that’s accessible and comfortable for your child.

By visiting North Texas Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, you can rest assured that your child will be in the care of someone who can understand them and give them the gentle, respectful treatment they deserve.

‘‘ There isn’t anyone at this practice who isn’t super nice, excellent at what they do, and considerate of their patients’ needs. It’s always a pleasure to swing by and be taken care of by these remarkable people. ’’
Parker Hall


Special needs dentistry, also known as special care dentistry, is a dental specialty that deals with the oral health problems of geriatric patients, patients with intellectual disabilities, and patients with other medical, physical, or psychiatric issues.
Special Care Dentistry is that branch of Dentistry, which provides oral care services (preventive and treatment) for people who are unable to accept routine dental care because of some physical, intellectual, medical, emotional, sensory, mental or social impairment, or a combination of these factors.
Maintaining a clean and comfortable oral cavity helps patients to recover and reduces the risk of their health declining. They will be able to communicate better, eat more easily and will maintain dignity.
Special health care needs include any physical, developmental, mental, sensory, behavioral, cognitive, or emotional impairment or limiting condition that requires medical management, health care intervention, and/or use of specialized services or programs.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.