An aligned, healthy set of teeth results in a beautiful smile.

Although our permanent set of teeth is meant to last a lifetime, it is not always the case. Losing a tooth or two is common due to age, poor oral hygiene, tooth decay, trauma, a periodontal disease, and more.

Since teeth must be a full set, even a single missing tooth can disrupt the balance of your dental structure and change the appearance of your mouth. Apart from causing a dent in your self-esteem, such a condition may also lead to oral problems.

Whether you have broken your tooth (due to sports activities) or your tooth requires extraction because of decay, North Texas Family and Cosmetic Dentistry can bring back your smile. As your reliable tooth replacement dentist near you, we proudly offer a range of restorative dentistry solutions to keep your oral and overall health in perfect shape.

From dental implants to dentures, your emergency tooth replacement near you offers a range of options to replace any missing teeth. Depending on your age, health history, and condition, our dentist recommends the best tooth replacement option.


Do you want to enhance your smile? Follow these three simple steps.

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Fill out our form and send us a selfie and a close up of your smile.

Tell us what you’re hoping to change with your smile (what you like, what you don’t like, etc.).

Dr. Logan Callier will email you a personalized video with recommendations on improving your smile.

‘‘Wow!! I was so lucky to find this great group. I broke a jaw tooth. It had sharp edges. It was cutting my tongue. I went on line. Got their number, called. Got me right in. They were so awesome. Friendly, professionally. I was in and out in short order with a temporary crown And feeling great. Made it to the luau at my apartment in plenty of time and able to eat. I look forward to my new permanent crown. I know it will be done just as professional and friendly. If you dread a dental appointment I have high praise for these people!!’’
Ann Runnels


With regular brushing and flossing, the implant screw itself can last a lifetime, assuming the patient receives regular dental check-ups every 6 months. The crown, however, usually only lasts about 10 to 15 years before it may need a replacement due to wear and tear.
After dental implant surgery, stick to any type of soft food that doesn’t require a lot of chewing. For the first day after your treatment, you should only eat very soft or liquid foods.
Whether you have dental implant surgery in one stage or multiple stages, you may experience some of the typical discomforts associated with any type of dental surgery, such as: Swelling of your gums and face. Bruising of your skin and gums. Pain at the implant site.
There’s no set number of replacements per tooth. Consider that each time a filling is placed, more tooth material is removed to accommodate it. When too much natural tooth structure has been removed, an alternative is needed to close the gap.


A healthy smile is a beautiful smile.