Some people try to get through after-hours dental emergencies with an ice pack and over-the-counter pain medication. This isn’t a good idea, though. Seeing your emergency dentist right away in an emergency can mean the difference between saving a tooth and losing it.Dr. Douglas Callow on Dental Emergencies Read Transcript
We always make an effort to see patients with dental emergencies on the very same day that they call. Dental pain is serious and not something to be delayed. Treatment is not something that should be delayed when a patient is in the dental pain, especially if there is infection present. We always go out of our way to make sure patients with emergencies are seen on the very same day.
At Douglas A. Callow, DDS, we can usually see you for a same-day appointment if you experience a dental emergency. Your after-hours calls are routed to Dr. Doug Callow, who monitors them for dental emergencies. He’ll advise you on what to do, including whether you need to come to our Plymouth, MI dentist office right away.
To keep the drama in a dental emergency to a minimum, call our Plymouth, MI office at 734-404-7336.
Extended Hours Make It Easy to See Us in an Emergency
In some dental emergencies, minutes can count. We offer extended hours that make it easy to see us in a hurry. We’re open until 7 p.m. two nights a week, and we even offer some Friday and Saturday hours. Whether you’ve got a broken tooth or just a crazy schedule, you’ll appreciate our ability to work you into our schedule on short notice.
See our hours below:
- Monday 12:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
- Tuesday 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(Closed for lunch 1-2)
- Wednesday Closed
- Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(Closed for lunch 1-2)
- Friday Closed
- Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
every other Saturday
- Sunday Closed
You’ll Appreciate Our Expert Advice
You probably know a broken tooth or severe pain qualifies as a dental emergency, but you may be less certain about something like a broken dental crown. Dr. Callow monitors his phone for after-hours calls. He’ll let you know exactly what you should do – whether it’s coming to our office right away or using a little dental cement to cover your damaged tooth until you can see us.
We’ll Get You Out of Pain Fast
If you come to our office in pain, we’ll quickly relieve it with local anesthesia while starting treatment. In his 36 years as a dentist, Dr. Douglas A. Callow, DDS, also a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, has had plenty of experience in offering pain-free dental treatment. And if your emergency has you feeling more anxious than usual, we can offer inhaled sedation to calm you.