Serving Geneva Since 1977

McCall Family Dentistry has passionately served the Fox Valley for nearly 40 years. These four decades of diligence have given us the knowledge to provide you with a top-notch dental experience. Patient and family focused, Dr. James and Dr. Ryan McCall understand that offering you a comfortable space is just as important as the services they provide.

We offer a variety of general, restorative, and cosmetic services, including bridges, crowns, teeth-whitening, and Invisalign® Clear Braces. Beyond our services, we’ve also equipped our treatment rooms with flat screen TVs, Bluetooth headphones, surround sound, massage chairs, and state-of-the-art dental equipment, including digital x-rays, to provide you with an overall excellent experience.

As our patient, you are our most valuable asset, and we strive to develop long-lasting relationships with each of you. We appreciate your referrals and look forward to seeing you!

  • McCall Family Dentistry is the finest in the Fox Valley.
    — John W., 5 year patient
  • Hands down the best dental group that has ever worked on my teeth. Every aspect of the practice is professional yet comfortable
    Dan M.
  • Our family switched to McCall Family Dentistry several years ago and couldn't be happier. The staff is top-notch...knowledgeable, friendly and aware of dentist-phobia putting me at ease during every visit
    Julie M.

How do you treat periodontal disease?

Periodontal (gum) disease is a serious dental issue that plagues more than half of American adults. At McCall Family Dentistry, many patients see us for treatment of periodontal disease, and our hygienists provide gentle care to those suffering from it. Rest assured that whatever stage of gum disease you’re facing, our team is well equipped to help you.

Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease, and the good news is that if the condition is detected early on, you may be able to effectively manage your condition with a thorough professional cleaning and improved home care. We can detect gingivitis when we screen you for gum disease during your six-month examinations. If you notice that your gums appear red and swollen or they bleed when you brush your teeth, contact our office right away as these are the early indicators of gingivitis.

Periodontitis is the advanced stage of gum disease, and it’s in this stage that damage occurs. Periodontitis will require a deeper cleaning to reach below the gum line and remove tartar and plaque build-up. Unfortunately, there is no cure for gum disease, but our hygienists and doctors can recommend additional cleanings and other therapies to help patients with periodontitis maintain their oral health.

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