Dental hygiene

3 Ways To Minimize Candy Intake At Parties

Lock yourself in a closet. Sew your mouth shut. Wear a shock collar that’s sensitive to sugar particles. At Jurich Dental Family Cosmetic and Sedation Dentistry we understand how hard it is to avoid sweets altogether at Halloween and other sugar-filled holidays. We encourage both unfettered joy and healthy living for all of our patients.

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5 Tips For Treating Mouth Sores

When people get mouth sores, one of the things they can do while waiting for it to heal is evaluate what they’re eating and make some changes. Here are some tips from Jurich Dental Family, Cosmetic, and Sedation Dentistry in San Antonio and Shavano Park that can help minimize the discomfort of eating and help

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Been A While Since You Had Your Teeth Cleaned?

How long has it been since your last cleaning from a dental hygienist? You don’t have to answer that. At Jurich Dental Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in San Antonio, we provide thorough cleanings and checkups to ensure they have healthy teeth and great smiles. We are devoted to giving each patient personalized care in our

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You Should Worry if Any of These 3 Things Happen in Your Mouth

The state of your oral health is closely related to your overall health, which is just one of the reasons why daily brushing and flossing is so important. At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS in San Antonio we’re using this post to discuss three common issues that you should never ignore. Dry mouth. Everyone has

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5 Cavity Basics

The desire to prevent tooth decay is one of the main reasons people come to us, at William J. Stewart Jr. in Arlington TX. In this blog post, we’ll describe five things you need to know about cavities. 1. Cavities are also called caries or tooth decay. When a tooth is permanently damaged in the

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It’s Better To Prevent A Cavity Than Fill One

We fill a lot of cavities at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS in San Antonio. Tooth decay is a serious problem, with somewhere in the area of nine of every ten American adults having at least one cavity in their teeth. It doesn’t have to be that way. We really stress preventative dentistry as the

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Keeping Teen Smiles Healthy

If you are the parent of a teenager, you may already have some concerns about your child’s well-being. As young men and women progress toward complete independence, some make questionable choices when it comes to health. We encourage San Antonio parents to be vigilant about twice-yearly dental exams and cleanings for their teens. Adolescent Oral

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9 Tips For Preventing Gum Disease

Unfortunately, gum disease is very common but is also completely preventable. Here are some simple ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy. If you keep your teeth and gums healthy, you will only need to visit the dentist for cleanings and checkups. Not major treatment. 1. Brush for two to three minutes, at least

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Improving Oral Health in Childhood Has a Lifelong Impact

Keeping your child’s teeth healthy is extremely vital while they are young.  Tooth decay and gum disease no only restrict speech development., but they can also make it more difficult for the child to eat healthy food. Unhealthy teeth lessen a child’s self-confidence and will have a lasting effect not only on oral health in childhood,

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Does Your Dentist Conjure Up Cavities in San Antonio?

Cavities in San Antonio can be filled, but it is better to prevent cavities in the first place. If your dentist seems to conjure up cavities at every visit, then it’s up to you to break the cycle. But we are here to help you. Let’s work together. How can you lift the cavity curse?

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