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Aesthetic Dental Transformations In San Antonio

On June 13, 2014, in Cosmetic Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Dental implants are one of the best fixes for a missing tooth. They are becoming a popular and effective alternative to bridges and partial dentures in Shavano Park, Leon Springs and surrounding areas, especially among middle-aged professionals and people in the public eye.

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Preventing Gum Disease At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS

On June 6, 2014, in Oral Health, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Our goal is to help our San Antonio dental patients prevent gum disease before any damage occurs. Cleanings include root planing and periodontal scaling. Scaling removes the plaque and calculus above and, especially, below the gumline where your toothbrush cannot reach. Planing smoothes root surfaces so it is more difficult for plaque and tartar to accumulate and grow. It also creates a healthy surface for the gums to reattach to the root if necessary.

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San Antonio Tooth Whitening For Whiter Smile

On May 23, 2014, in Teeth Whitening, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Whitening your teeth is an advanced dental procedure that you won’t want to get wrong on the first try. That’s why I always recommend a visit to William J. Stewart Jr. DDS (our dental practice) to visit with me and talk about it. I’m William Stewart, and as a San Antonio Dr., I am not only experienced with tooth whitening procedures, but care about your teeth and your smile. I can recommend tooth whitening procedures based on your age, dental hygiene, and personal goals.

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Test Your Cosmetic Dentistry IQ, San Antonio

On May 9, 2014, in Cosmetic Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Are you up on the latest cosmetic dentistry procedures offered by your Leon Springs, San Antonio, or Beorne dentist? Take our quiz and find out! 1. This popular treatment uses a dental composite that resembles enamel. This composite is applied to the surface of the teeth, sculpted, and then hardened and polished. A. Veneers B. [...]

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Keeping Bones Strong In San Antonio

On May 2, 2014, in Oral Health, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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There is a connection that links osteoporosis and oral health. If you are a woman, you have probably heard about the high rate of osteoporosis in America and the state of Texas is no exception. Osteoporosis can often progress without any outward symptoms. However, there may be clues in a person’s mouth that indicate compromised [...]

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Total Tooth Restoration

On April 25, 2014, in Restorative Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Many lucky San Antonio residents who have restored their smiles at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS believe their dazzling new smile brightens their whole face. Some San Antonio professionals have corrected tooth problems prior to beginning a search for new employment.

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4 Reason To Look For The ADA Seal In San Antonio

On April 11, 2014, in General Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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When you go to your San Antonio drugstore or supermarket looking for toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitener, or another oral care product, be sure that the product you choose carries the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance. Today in the San Antonio Dental Blog we are going to look at 4 ways the ADA seal can [...]

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Dental Crown Or Porcelain Veneer?

On April 4, 2014, in Cosmetic Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Two of the most popular procedures in the San Antonio area are dental crowns and porcelain veneers.

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3 Dental Dangers For San Antonio Toddlers

On March 27, 2014, in Family Dentistry, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Hello new San Antonio parents. William J. Stewart Jr. DDS wants to remind you about another important component of child wellness: oral health.

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Why Is Dry Mouth Dangerous For San Antonio Dental Patients?

On February 7, 2014, in General Dentistry, Oral Health, by Stewart Costmetic Dentistry
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Decongestants, blood pressure medications, antidepressants, and painkillers (all used extensively in San Antonio) are just some of the drugs that list ‘dry mouth’ as a common side effect.

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