Larry R. Stewart, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD

Plano TX Oral Surgeon Dr. Stewart

Dr. Larry R. Stewart has 35 years of experience in oral & maxillofacial surgery procedures with an emphasis on implants, bone grafting, All on Four and computer image guided surgical procedures. Dr Stewart has a special interest in the complex cases of implant reconstruction. Dr. Stewart obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Baylor College of Dentistry and then did his specialty training, obtaining his Masters of Science in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center- Houston in 1982.

Dr. Larry R. Stewart, since 2005 has been featured in Texas Monthly as a “Super Dentist” and in D Magazine as a “Best Dentist” in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Dr. Stewart has lectured extensively on implants, and bone grafting procedures.
He stays active in professional associations, having been president of the Texas Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. Dr Stewart has been an Associate Clinical professor in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at TAMU College of Dentistry (formerly Baylor Dental School)  for 24 years. 

Dr. Stewart has attended mission trips to Kenya and Guatemala; and is an avid amateur photographer and enjoys the out of doors and travel.

What is the American College of Dentists?

The American College of Dentists (ACD
) is the oldest major honorary organization for dentists. Its members have exemplified excellence through outstanding leadership and exceptional contributions to dentistry and society. The American College of Dentists was founded August 20, 1920, to elevate the standards of dentistry, to encourage graduate study, and to grant Fellowship to those who have done meritorious work. The American College of Dentists is nonprofit and apolitical, and has long been regarded as the “conscience of dentistry.”

The College has played a vital role in positively shaping the profession. Early accomplishments include being the first organization to promote what we today call “continuing education”. The College is currently involved in a wide range of activities including: ethics summits, the Professional Ethics Initiative: an entry level ethics course, online leadership courses, leadership symposia, a multimedia dental history resource, resource materials for dental schools, and a variety of award programs.

What is the International College of Dentists? 

The International College of Dentists (ICD
) is a leading international honor society for dentists, conceived in 1920 with over 12,000 members (designated as Fellows). Fellowship in the College is by invitation only and is granted in recognition of an individual dentist’s “outstanding professional achievement, meritorious service and dedication to the continued progress of dentistry for the benefit of humankind.” Prior to being recognized as a Fellow of the ICD, the candidate’s qualifications and achievements are evaluated by a series of credential committees in order to insure that he or she is deserving of this honor and will live up to the ICD motto of “Recognizing Service as well as the Opportunity to Serve”. 

The five College Core Values are: Leadership: Uphold the highest standard of professional competence and personal ethics Recognition: Recognize distinguished service to the profession and the public worldwide. Humanitarianism: Foster measures for the prevention and treatment of oral disease by encouraging and supporting humanitarian projects. Professional Relations: Provide a universal forum for the cultivation of cordial relations within the profession and to assist in preserving the highest perception of the profession Education: Contribute to the advancement of the profession of dentistry by fostering the growth and diffusion of dental knowledge worldwide.