Oral Health

What’s the Difference Between Silver Fillings and White Fillings?

Silver fillings have been used in dentistry for more than a century to repair cavities in teeth. But they can be unsightly, and at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS in San Antonio, we offer fillings that can match the color of your teeth. One of the reasons that silver fillings have a long history in

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Sinus Pain Or Abscessed Tooth?

At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, many patients come in with a toothache. In some cases, the toothache is a secondary symptom of a sinus condition. Let’s discuss the relationship. Your maxillary sinuses are very close upstairs neighbors of your top teeth. In some areas, only a sliver of tissue

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What Have We Done For You Lately?

At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, everything we do is for the benefit of our valued patients. We are enthusiastic about delivering quality, compassionate dental care tailored to each patient’s singular needs. We know that optimum oral health is a key element of comprehensive physical health and that dentists do

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Making Life Sweet?

Most of us consume far too much sugar. That isn’t exactly a news flash, but at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in San Antonio, we want to remind you what sugar can do to your teeth, and what you can do about it. We get cavities when acids in the

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Work With Your Pediatric Dentist To Monitor Wisdom Teeth

Even if your youngster practices daily dental hygiene and has no known problems, it’s important to schedule twice-yearly checkups at William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in San Antonio. One of the reasons for this is to keep track of wisdom teeth. If your child’s wisdom teeth emerge during adolescence, it’s

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Dental Hygiene in San Antonio: Five Facts About Enamel Erosion

Our teeth work hard and are consistently under assault from sugars and bacteria. It’s no wonder that nature encases them with an armor of enamel—the hardest substance in the body. Sadly, enamel erosion is extremely pervasive, though largely preventable. Enamel’s chief enemies are acidic foods and beverages. Other factors that can weaken enamel or wear

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Suffering from Constant Bad Breath in Shavano Park?

Today’s post focuses on a problem experienced by many people, bad breath in Shavano Park. Bad breath, or halitosis, has several causes. The most common cause is poor oral hygiene. Often, halitosis arises midday arising from the inability to brush teeth between meals. Small food fragments on the teeth, gums, and tongue grow bacteria. The

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Oral Hygiene in San Antonio For Orthodontic Patients

There is no doubt about it – it is harder to keep your teeth clean if you wear braces. It’s unfortunate when those with braces develop tooth decay while simultaneously trying to improve their smile with braces. A classic example of one step forward and two steps back. The brackets and wires on traditional metal

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Ask Us About Denture-Stabilization Implants in San Antonio

The condition of your teeth has a significant impact on your health and well-being. Denture wearers understand this all too well. The path from oral health to a toothless mouth is downhill. Tooth decay and gum disease are painful. Treatment such as fillings and root canals can strain the budget. If the teeth can’t be saved,

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Pregnancy And Dental Health in San Antonio

In today’s William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry blog we will discuss how pregnancy impacts oral dental health in San Antonio. At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we would like all expectant Texas mothers to realize the importance of good oral hygiene during pregnancy. Because of

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