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Dr. Douglas A. Callow, DDS - Plymouth, MI Dentist Read Transcript

Michigan native Douglas A. Callow, DDS grew up in Allen Park and attended the University of Michigan for both his undergraduate degrees and dental school. After graduating from UMDS in 1981, he was awarded membership in Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national dental honor society.

In the 36 years since then, he has undergone extensive additional education, especially in cosmetic dentistry. This training enables Dr. Doug Callow to improve his patients’ quality of life, which he calls the most rewarding part of his career.

He enjoys staying up-to-date on the latest dental techniques and technologies to give his patients the best results in the least invasive way possible. To that end, the areas in which he has received advanced training include:

  • Invisalign
  • Single tooth and full-mouth dental implants

Doctor Douglas Callow on the philosophy of the practice Read Transcript

Thanks to his interest in technology, Dr. Doug Callow uses sophisticated equipment, such as:

  • Digital X-rays, which provide fast and accurate images of patients’ mouths
  • Intraoral camera, which allows him to share images of their mouths with patients
  • DIAGNOdent cavity detector, which identifies cavities in their earliest stages
  • Ultrasonic scaler, which removes plaque from teeth and the gumline

Dr. Doug Callow has owned his own practice since 1984 and has been practicing at his current location at 9357 General Drive in Plymouth, MI since 1989, and has become one of the most trusted Plymouth, MI dentist since.

He has served the community as a youth soccer coach. He also enjoys visiting local schools to teach children about proper oral hygiene. He and his wife, Fawndé, are very proud of their three grown children, one of whom is his office manager. His hobbies include soccer, running, racquetball, and gardening.

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