Why Should I Brush My Teeth?

Brushing is very important for your teeth, gums and smile, which is why our dentist, Dr. David Umansky, strongly recommends brushing twice a day, every morning and night. To help you understand why you should brush your teeth, our dentist is happy to list the reasons involved. The more you know, the better. The reasons you should brush your teeth... read more »

Bad Breath 101

Bad breath is a condition that is also called halitosis. It’s often caused by poor oral hygiene, oral infections, unhealthy habits (like smoking tobacco and drinking alcohol), and consuming odorous foods. It can also be caused by health issues, like dry mouth, respiratory tract infections, and systemic diseases. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your bad breath,... read more »

Gingivitis Combat Tips

You deserve a strong and healthy smile. Unfortunately, there are things in this world that can attack your teeth and gums and prevent you from having the smile you deserve. One of those things is gingivitis, which is the first stage of gum disease—a dental issue that is severely dangerous for your entire health. Fortunately, there are things you can... read more »

Brush Your Teeth Each Day

Many people let their oral health go neglected. As a result, they end up with costly and painful situations that arise that could have been avoided. Brushing your teeth can help your oral health stay healthy and strong. To help you understand more about brushing, our team here at Aesthetic Dentistry Associates in Humble, Texas, is happy to give you... read more »

Sugarless Gum Can Protect Your Smile

Do you know how sugarless gum helps protect your smile? According to countless studies that have been done, chewing sugarless gum for roughly 20 minutes after eating can help protect your tooth enamel. The reason is due to an upsurge in saliva production, which can wash away plaque buildup, neutralize harmful acids, and prevent cavities. Here are a few tips... read more »

Take Care of Your Teeth So You Don’t Lose Them

Are you taking adequate care of your teeth to ensure they remain healthy and strong? Are you avoiding any risks and minimizing and damage to prevent tooth loss? Even if so, don’t ever get too complacent with your oral health care or begin to slack on your habits, as you should always keep your hygiene at its best. Take care... read more »