When There are No Signs of Gum Disease

Luckily, most dental diseases come with warning signs. In the case of periodontal disease, the signs are usually red and tender gums. But what about when there are few or no warning signs? Are there still methods you can use to be on watch? Find out more information by reading on below, and feel free to ask us any further... read more »

Your Regular Dental Checkup Can Clean Your Teeth and Detect Oral Health Problems

Cavities, periodontal disease, and oral cancers can cause significant discomfort and might prove costly to treat. A routine dental checkup and cleaning at Dr. James Schall’s dental office can effectively clean our teeth and detect any oral health problems early. The dental checkup starts with a thorough dental cleaning performed by a professional dental hygienist. This will remove plaque and... read more »

Do You Need Full Mouth Rehabilitation?

Does your mouth need to go to rehab? Just call Bel Air Smile Partners to reach Dr. James Schall and his associates. Here are some questions and answers about how it works: What is full mouth rehabilitation? Full mouth rehabilitation comprises any dental procedure that rehabilitates all of your teeth in both upper and lower jaws. This often includes several... read more »

Dental Crowns Can Restore Your Smile

Dental crowns are known as a popular and effective form of dental treatments that provide you with positive results. Here at Bel Air Smile Partners in Havre de Grace, Maryland, we are proud to offer dental crowns as an effective treatment for many different reasons. That is why our team is here to provide you with information on dental crowns,... read more »

The Dental Habits that Can Alter Your Oral Health and Damage Your Smile

Did you know that there are daily habits that you participate in that can severely damage your smile and alter your oral health? Well, it’s true, and some of those daily habits are: Playing sports without wearing a mouthguard If you play sports without wearing a mouthguard, there is a high chance that you’ll injure your jaw and smile. When... read more »