William M. Callahan DDS
We’re excited to have Dr. Bill Callahan D.D.S. join our dental team at Family Dentistry of Seneca. He brings an extensive resume of clinical experience and shares a love for organized dentistry. We’re excited to have him on our team because he is a dentist who cares deeply about the quality dentistry he performs for his patients.
We are thankful for Dr. Callahan’s skilled hands as a gentle dentist in Seneca, South Carolina.
William M. Callahan began his practice in Atlanta in 1980 after receiving his dental degree from the Emory University School of Dentistry. He began working in Atlanta and moved to South Carolina following 27 years of private practice. He practiced dentistry for 7 years in Westminster following Dr. Johnson’s retirement.
“I love to pay attention to the very small details that make a dental crown that lasts for many years.” Dr. Callahan should–he won awards at Emory University to his attention to detail while making dental crowns and bridges that look like natural teeth. Dr. Callahan began placing realistic teeth on dental implants over 20 years ago. Dental implants let us make a tooth that fills a hole or space without having to reshape the adjacent teeth.
His list of accomplishments, recognitions, and achievements is long, but he would tell you that he is most proud of his family–Lynn, his bride since 1978 and their three children B.J., Joey, and Kathleen.
Undergraduate:B.S. Emory University College – Mathematics 1976
L.D. Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education
Continuum Level I,II,III,IV,V
Practice Experience and Affiliations:
Private Practice in Westminster and Atlanta Since 1980
Member of the American Dental Associate Since 1980
Pierre Fauchard Academy Since 1996
Emory University School of Post-Graduate Dentistry – Board of Trustees
Proud supporter of the Thomas P Hinman Dental Meeting since 1980; President 2000 Treasurer 1990,1991,1999
Fellow of the American College of Dentists
Fellow of the International College of Dentists
Dentsply International Award for Fixed Prosthdontics, June 1980