Do I still need an oral surgeon to remove a loose wisdom tooth?

Extraction. There's much more to be considered wending an extraction other than whether a tooth is loose or not. If the tooth is loose it may be infected, or the bone around the tooth (and therefore next to the adjacent tooth) may be damaged. Shape or angulation of the roots, proximity to the lower jaw nerve, may be factors. Wisest thing would be for a wisdom tooth expert to treat you. See an Oral Surgeon.

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My oral surgeon suggested to remove upper half of the lower wisdom tooth since it's very close to nerve. Is this safe?

Yes, it is. Your oral surgeon is a expert in determining what is best for your overall dental health and well being. Read more...
It is recommended. for impacted wisdom teeth that pose a high risk to the lower alveolar nerve damage. See a board certified oral surgeon for assessment. Good luck! Read more...
Coronectomy. He is describing only removing the crown of the tooth - coronectomy. It is a procedure that decreases risk to nerve. Downside is if remaining portion becomes infected or later erupts, will have to be taken out secondarily. Read more...