While removing a single tooth can be stressful enough for many people, the situation becomes even more nerve-racking when multiple teeth are involved. You can have up to four wisdom teeth, so getting them removed may seem pretty daunting.Doctor Douglas Callow on wisdom teeth extractions Read Transcript
Patients of all ages may benefit from wisdom teeth removal. We're equipped to remove wisdom teeth painlessly and comfortably, but for more complex, involved surgical cases, we do have an excellent team of oral surgeons that we work with to ensure that patients receive comfortable and painless care.
It doesn’t have to, though. With local anesthesia, sedation, and an experienced dentist, wisdom teeth extraction is not a big deal. We have all three at our Plymouth, MI dentist office, so you won’t have to worry.
Trust Us With Your Wisdom Teeth Removal
You won’t hesitate to trust us with your wisdom teeth removal, thanks to:
- Our experienced dentist. Dr. Doug Callow has extracted numerous wisdom teeth in his 36 years as a dentist.
- Our advanced technology. We use tools like digital X-rays and an intraoral camera to get a clear view of your condition prior to starting your procedure.
- Our concern for your comfort. We numb you thoroughly with local anesthesia. We keep you comfortable during your procedure with amenities like a pillow and blanket. And if you’re feeling anxious, we can calm you with nitrous oxide (“laughing gas”).
Discover the Many Reasons to Remove Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth are a holdover from days when our ancestors ate lots of tough-to-chew foods and required “extra” molars. Because they’re a tight fit in most jaws, they can crowd your other teeth. In some cases they become impacted, meaning they don’t emerge fully from your gums. Their location in the back of your mouth also makes it tough to keep them clean.
To prevent the kinds of problems that can result from these conditions, we may suggest extracting wisdom teeth. Removing wisdom teeth can help you avoid more complicated and costly procedures in the future.
To explore your options for wisdom teeth removal, call Douglas A. Callow, DDS at 734-404-7336. Or use our online form to book your visit to our Plymouth, MI dentist office. We’re located near I-275, a short drive from the Westland Shopping Center.