Gum Disease

Mind Your Dental Hygiene in San Antonio

There are many simple things we all can do do improve our dental health and hygiene. One is to see William J. Stewart DDS in San Antonio for a cleaning and checkup every six months. Another thing involves bacteria, and everyone’s mouth has a lot of it. But, don’t worry, bacteria per se isn’t the

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How Much Do You Know About Gum Disease?

1. Which of the items below are risk factors for gum disease (periodontitis)? a. Pregnancy b. Overbite c. Diabetes d. Heredity 2. Which of the items below are possible signs of gum disease? a. Teeth that appear longer b. A change in the way dentures fit c. Bad breath d. Tender gums 3. Which of

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Tooth Brushing Basics For Healthy Smiles In San Antonio

Why should everyone in San Antonio brush at least twice a day? Let’s take a look at why this is so important.

Brushing and flossing is the best way to prevent decay.

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What Is Lurking Under Your Gumline?

Hello San Antonio residents! Your overall oral health depends not only on healthy teeth but also healthy gums. Proper oral hygiene helps keep both your teeth and gums in good shape.

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The William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Guide To Preventing Gum Disease

Hearing that you have periodontal disease or “gum disease” can be upsetting. Here at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in San Antonio, Texas, we are committed to educating and assisting patients in preventing gum disease. If you discover that you already have gum disease, don’t despair. We can help.

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4 Oral Ailments To Discuss With Your San Antonio Dentist

If you have any damage from grinding such as fractured teeth, ask about restorative dentistry.

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Oral Health For San Antonio Diabetics

Many San Antonio people with diabetes have dental problems. However, gum disease, tooth loss, and periodontal disease are not unavoidable.

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Periodontal Disease in Texas

Periodontal disease in San Antonio is more common than you might think, and can be cured with varying degrees of treatment depending on the severity.

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