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 »
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If you should ever suffer any kind of dental damage, whether it be through physical accidents or official impairment, it is important to make sure that it is treated. Oftentimes, any kind of dental damage will leave you vulnerable to further damage in the form of infections and tooth loss. To help prevent further damage from occurring, consider visiting our... read more »
Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder that many people suffer with. It can be quite troublesome and even dangerous. To help you know all about sleep apnea in Humble, Texas, our dentist, Dr. David Umansky, is happy to tell you all about it. The more you know about sleep apnea, the better! Our dentist is happy to share the following... read more »
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 »
Do you routinely check your oral health to ensure that you're not suffering from oral cancer? In order to make sure you're smile is safe, always look for signs and symptoms that it may be occurring. Visit your dentist for a comprehensive examination and oral cancer screening. It is important to always inspect your smile to determine if any symptoms... read more »
In order to ensure your smile has the greatest chance of success, you need to make sure that you are constantly preparing your teeth and gums for any dental dangers that can arise. One of most common forms of tooth hazards is through microscopic decay via dental erosion. Enamel erosion occurs when harmful acids eat through your tooth enamel which... read more »
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 »
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 »
Are you aware that there are foods that can enhance your oral health? Did you know some minerals in foods can reinforce your tooth enamel and help prevent tooth decay and cavities? Even your mouth has natural defenses that can diminish your risk for a variety of oral health ailments to ensure your teeth continue to function properly for the... read more »
Cavities can occur at all ages. A cavity is an advanced form of dental erosion in which a hole has formed in the tooth enamel. If left untreated, cavities can lead to tooth loss. Fortunately, dental fillings can be used to stop cavities and prevent future ones from occurring. Let's take a look at how dental fillings can enhance your smile!... read more »