Whether you wake with a toothache or crack a tooth on a hard object, dental pain can be hard to take. Douglas A. Callow, DDS monitors after-hours calls for dental emergencies so he can get you to our Plymouth, MI dentist office right away, if necessary. He’ll also advise you on what to do until he can see you.
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If you're in pain, we can help you. Painful teeth can be miserable and I've got so many patients who are afraid to come to the dentist. Oftentimes, they're experiencing pain and they'll put it off and the pain only gets worse over time. The sooner we can see you if you are in pain, the easier it will be to help you out and make things better for you. Dental treatment doesn't have to be painful and we can help you fix your pain, remove your pain, and make you feel better.
Once you arrive, we’ll quickly assess your condition with the latest dental technology and determine the best treatment options. We’ll numb your mouth with local anesthesia, and we can offer dental sedation if you need it.
Don’t suffer with dental pain. Call Douglas A. Callow, DDS at 734-404-7336 for quick relief at our Plymouth, MI dentist office .
Convenient Hour & Sedation Take “Ouch” out of Emergencies
Our extended hours make it easier to see you in a dental emergency. We’re open until 7 p.m. two nights a week. Unlike many dentists, we also offer Friday and Saturday hours.
While local anesthesia will numb your mouth for any needed dental procedures, you may still worry about possible discomfort. We can make that worry go away with nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”), a sedative that keeps you thoroughly relaxed while we work.
Here’s How We Handle Some Common Dental Emergencies
These are some of the emergencies we see often in our Plymouth, MI dentist office and how we usually handle them:
- Cracked or chipped tooth. Depending on the extent of the damage, we can repair it with a dental veneer or a dental crown.
- Broken tooth. We may be able to repair it with a dental crown. If the damage is too severe, we can gently extract it and recommend tooth replacement options.
- Toothache. If a cavity is causing your toothache, we can treat it with a tooth filling – or an inlay or onlay, if it’s a larger cavity. If an infected tooth is the problem, Dr. Callow can perform a root canal.
To get out of pain fast, call Callow Family Dentistry at 734-404-7336. If your child experiences a dental emergency at school, we’re located near both Smith Elementary School and East Middle School. In less urgent situations, you can contact us via our online form.