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Cosmetic Dental Solutions in San Antonio

San Antonio cosmetic dentists use dental crowns to solve a number of dental dilemmas. A dental crown is a strong, natural-looking permanent tooth restoration that covers the top of the damaged tooth. San Antonio family dentists recommend crowns to remedy the following problems: A broken tooth with decay An ill-fitting existing crown A decayed tooth

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Same Day Smile Makeovers At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry In San Antonio

Porcelain veneers are wafer-thin tooth-shaped fronts that are permanently bonded to your natural teeth.

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Saving Teeth in San Antonio

With proper oral hygiene and regular visits to a San Antonio dentist, a tooth with a filled root can often function problem-free for the rest of a patient’s life.

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Your Unique Smile – Only Better!

I am Dr. William Stewart. I have been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry in San Antonio, Texas since 1981.

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A Fresh Start After Losing A Tooth In San Antonio

Missing a tooth? What if you could have a fresh start? With San Antonio dental implants from William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, you can.

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New Protein For San Antonio Dental Implant Patients

Dental implants are usually the ideal restoration for San Antonio people who want to replace a missing tooth. There is a problem, however, if the jaw bone is too thin at the implant site.

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Tooth Decay in San Antonio?

When a San Antonio client has a tooth that cannot be restored with an inlay or an onlay, a natural-looking dental crown is the answer. At William J. Stewart Jr. DDS Advanced Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, we use a special method to create CEREC crowns that blend in perfectly with the rest of your teeth.

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San Antonio Dental Emergencies

Many people will experience at least one emergency dental treatment in their life. In the case of a dental emergency, see your San Antonio dentist as soon as possible!

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