Cracked Tooth

There is a good chance that you or someone you know has been told they have a cracked tooth. Or you may have felt like you have a cracked tooth. A lot of times cracks start to develop in teeth that have had fillings in them for several decades as the tooth becomes weaker after…

Same-Day Dental Crowns

For years needing a crown always meant two visits to the office, with a temporary crown for several weeks. You may not know that we have the ability to do some crowns all in one day! We are able to scan your tooth, design your crown and use our CAD/CAM machine to mill your custom…

Dying to Sleep or Sweet Dreams

Sleep Apnea is serious and for many the first line of treatment from your doctor is a CPAP machine… Unfortunately, for many, they are uncomfortable and people are unable to get used to wearing them. If that’s you, we can help. You might be a candidate for a mandibular advancement device which is a dental…

Your Carolina with Dr. Bill and Dr. William

We had so much fun on WSPA-TV’s Your Carolina show with Jack Roper and Megan Hoffman. The crew was so nice and helpful. Take a look…. Watch our Segment On Your Carolina

Back to School

With summer coming to an end and the school year beginning, it’s important to think about healthy habits. Taking care of your kid’s teeth is very important. It has been shown that “poor oral health can mean missed school and lower grades.” Dental pain or infections can interrupt your child’s daily routine and lead to…

In Good Hands

Stewart Family Dentistry is blessed to have the best patients. We think of you as our family. So no surprise, you were kind enough to help us with our new TV commercial. Debbie revealed one of the unique aspects of coming to Stewart Family Dentistry is getting to hear Dr. Bill whistle. The melodic greeting…

Moms-to-be listen up.

Moms-to-be listen up. A new preliminary study suggests there may be a link between gum disease and preterm births. The study presented in June at the European Federation of Periodontology compared women whose babies were born before 37 weeks, considered preterm, and those who had full-term births. Gum disease, also called periodontitis, is triggered by…