Patient Care

Part of something bigger than himself

January 19, 2024

Gone are the days of transparencies, slides and overhead projectors thanks to Gary Guest, DDS, who played a key role in adopting technological advancements in dental education and patient care at the School of Dentistry.

A lifelong commitment to accessible care

January 19, 2024

A variety of dental public health initiatives have launched that bring oral health education, preventative dental care and comprehensive dental treatment to thousands of South Texans, including those living in rural communities and nursing homes.

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2023 Dean’s Report

January 19, 2024

The No. 1 dental school in Texas for NIH funding, UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry continued to raise the bar while supporting its missions in 2023.

Veterans, we’ve got your six

January 19, 2024

Veterans face unique challenges due to exposures from hazardous substances during military service. With over 4,000 new diagnoses of blood cancers in veterans annually, UT Dentistry is poised to assist with dental needs before, during and after cancer treatment.

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Living longer and staying stronger

November 15, 2023

Breakthroughs in research on aging at the Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies are pushing the field of geroscience forward. Here, investigators are gaining an understanding of why getting older is the biggest risk factor for so many chronic diseases.

The promise of personalized diabetes care

November 15, 2023

The work of UT Health Science Center San Antonio faculty has transformed the medical community’s understanding of Type 2 diabetes, while helping usher in new therapies and improved protocols.

New therapies for keeping hearts healthy

November 15, 2023

While aging itself increases the risk for developing cardiovascular disease, much can be done to prevent hypertension and reduce the odds of stroke or heart failure.

Ending the silent suffering of urinary incontinence

November 15, 2023

Urinary incontinence is common in both older women and men: Half of postmenopausal women and more than 25% of men over the age of 60 experience an overactive bladder. Despite its prevalence, urinary incontinence is not inevitable.

Fighting dementia with precision interventions

November 15, 2023

Researchers at the Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases use a comprehensive approach to discover new targets for personalized and precise treatments of dementia.

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Advances in the fight for a longer health span

November 15, 2023

The one thing life guarantees is that it ends. But what about the diseases that come with aging, such as obesity, muscle wasting, cancer and dementia? Must we simply accept those as inevitable, too?

Long COVID: A syndrome wrapped in a riddle inside an enigma

November 15, 2023

University researchers are discovering key biomarkers of this complex condition, contributing significantly to the nationwide race to uncover its root causes and impacts on aging.

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A critical balancing act

September 2, 2023

Texas grapples with a significant nurse shortage affecting health care systems. Schools of Nursing, like UT Health San Antonio, address the crisis through faculty training and collaboration.