The Beauty of Dental Crowns

Are you familiar with the beauty dental crowns can add to your smile? If not, we have news for you! Our dentist, Dr. David Umansky with Aesthetic Dentistry Associates in Humble, Texas, cares for your smile and is happy to talk to you about why dental crowns may be needed for your smile. In a nutshell, dental crowns are unique... read more »

A Biting Surface Cavity on a Premolar Might Require an Inlay Dental Filling

The biting surfaces of your back teeth play an important role in helping to grind and chew the foods you consume. Unfortunately, the deep occlusal textures on these teeth can sometimes trap bacterial deposits with the potential to eventually cause tooth decay. If a cavity does develop on the biting surface of a premolar or molar, and it’s caught early... read more »

It Might Be Possible to Repair an Area of Dental Attrition with a Dental Filling

Dental attrition is a condition that can occur when uncorrected alignment issues allow one of your teeth to wear excessively on another. As this continues to occur the tooth enamel on the vulnerable tooth can wear away leaving it prone to new areas of tooth decay or a significant dental fracture. Without professional dental care at Dr. David Umansky’s dental... read more »

Dental Crowns Can Restore Your Smile

Are you looking for a smile restoration? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people wish their smile appeared flawless. Your smile could be restored thanks to dental crowns. Here at Aesthetic Dentistry Associates in Humble, Texas, our team offers dental crowns as a way to improve your oral health and it could help improve the appearance of your... read more »

A Filling Can Often Be Used to Repair a Small Area of Decayed Tooth Enamel

A small area of tooth decay, more commonly referred to as a cavity, can be detected during your regular dental checkup with your dentist at Aesthetic Dentistry Associates. However, if you notice a change in texture, sensitivity or pain in a tooth, you shouldn’t delay in setting up an appointment to have it addressed. Left ignored, the cavity could turn... read more »