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Cleaning, Exam and X-Rays Only $99.
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Welcome to Humble Smiles - Ph (281) 540-1141, Humble Dentist.

Humble,TX Dentist, Exquisite Cosmetic Dentist, Implants, Veeneers, Best General Dentist in Humble TX

Welcome you to Humble Smiles located in Humble, TX , 77338 for Cosmetic Dentistry, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, oral surgery , dental implants and for Smile Design and Smile Restoration serving people in and around Humble TX, Kingwood TX, Atascocita TX.

Sheeba George Robert DDS is a LVI (Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies) trained cosmetic dentist and can give you the perfect smile you deserve.

Certified by Baylor College of Dentistry for dental implants. Whether you are missing one or all of your teeth, dental implant procedures can restore a lasting smile and sense of well-being. Call us for free Dental Implants consultation. Visit our smile gallery.

We offer Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Implants, Veeneers, General Dentistry, full mouth dental restorations that look, feel, and function like healthy, natural teeth. You can rely on the expertise of our doctor. As implant dentist, doctor can place and restore your dental implants To us, the goal in restorative dentistry is to mimic nature’s finest esthetics, while ensuring dependable, durable dentition.

Our philosophy is that a healthy smile begins with preventive care and a balanced bite and continues with aesthetic enhancements to give you the brightest and most natural smile possible. We are committed to providing you with complete dental services for your healthy smile.

At HUMBLE SMILES, we know that when you’re searching for a dentist, you’re looking for more than a pair of hands to manage your teeth. Comfort, atmosphere, quality, affordability… all of these things and more factor into your decision. If a small, personalized practice complete with a dedicated team and skilled dentist sound like music to your ears, then you’re in the right place.

Dr. Sheeba George Robert and our team focus on personal relationships with patients. We want to get to know you before we recommend treatment options. We want to create lasting relationships grounded in trust and mutual respect. We want to offer custom treatment plans with state-of-the-art options, catered to your unique needs. At HUMBLE SMILES, smiles (and the people behind them!) are our passion.

We’re not your average family dentist, either. We specialize in an excellent hygiene program, as well as procedures for full-mouth reconstruction. Our comfortably-appointed office relaxes patients and maximizes efficiency. Your visit should be soothing, rewarding, and not dissimilar from visiting a family friend.

  • At Humble Smiles, YOU always come first.

Caring for all your Dental needs like teeth whitening , Tooth Pain , Gum Disease, Same Day Dental Emergency Care, Extractions, Dental Implants, Veeners, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentures, Crowns, Bridges, Partials and more. Please call.

Dentist in Humble, TX , 77338

  • General Dentistry - Braces - Implants.



Caring Dentist Now Accepting New Patients!

We invite you to use this website as a resource for information about us, new patient forms, and oral health news. Please call our Humble dental office at  (281) 540-1141 if you have any questions or to schedule your first visit. Our Humble, TX dental office welcomes patients from Atascocita, Kingwood, Porter, The Woodlands, Spring, and surrounding areas. Welcome to our dental family!

  • Take charge of your Dental Health with your Dentist in Humble, TX


Kids are welcome

The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that children see a dentist by their first birthday, or when their first tooth begins to erupt. We gladly see children and infants age 6 months and older for routine exams, cleanings, and X-rays. We also provide protective sealants and fluoride treatments to keep your child’s teeth healthy.


Dental Implants

We provide affordable dental implants to replace missing teeth and give you the beautiful smile that you deserve. Call today.


Dental Extractions

Our Dentist does tooth extractions when the tooth is too damaged or decayed, or when they are badly placed or are crowding the other teeth. Call today.


Dental Braces for children and adults

Ask us today on how we can straighten your teeth in months instead of years. We have various options from Fast braces to Clear braces. Call today.

What is Fastbraces®?
Fastbraces® were developed to straighten teeth differently. Fastbraces® is the revolutionary system of fast, safe, easy and affordable braces that is changing the field of orthodontics. It is a complete, non-extraction system for most cases, which provides patients with outstanding results.

Alternately, clear braces / aligners are the virtually invisible way to improve your smile.


Dentures and Partials

A smile just isn't a smile if it's incomplete. Missing teeth cause a host of problems, from difficulty speaking and eating to low self-confidence to jawbone deterioration. Don't give up on your smile. Advances in dental materials and technology have made full and partial dentures more lifelike and comfortable than ever.

  • New Patient Special.

Exam and X-Rays Only $59. New Patient only.

Cleaning, Exam and X-Rays Only $99. In absence of gum disease and new patient only.

  • News Letter - A Beautiful Smile Is Precious And Priceless.

Getting To The Heart Of Gum Disease

While many people value the benefits of healthy teeth, and do all the right things to keep their gums in shape, there are those who feel, 'Hey, they're only teeth.' Of course, if the latter group understood how gum disease contributes to other serious health issues, we bet they would whistle a different tune (provided they still have the teeth to do so).

Here’s an alarming medical fact: new studies reveal that periodontal(gum) infections may contribute to the development of heart disease, the nation's number one killer. Researchers found that people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease as those without it and that diseased gums released significantly higher levels of bacterial pro-inflammatory components, such as endotoxins, into the bloodstream.

As the walls of the coronary arteries thicken, due to the build - up of fatty proteins, blood clots often form in these narrowed channels where normal blood flow activity becomes obstructed. This depletes the heart of the nutrients and oxygen it needs to function properly. Furthermore, scientists now believe that bacteria found in the oral cavity can attach to these fatty plaques once they enter the bloodstream. Clinging to the heart walls, these bacteria may further contribute to clot formation.

And if you have an existing heart condition, you must pay particular attention.While circulating bacteria are often gobbled up by the white blood cells before they do any damage, they can pass through the body and make it to the heart unscathed.In these situations, the bacteria then colonize on a weakened valve and cause a severe problem(bacterial endocarditis).For this reason, patients with any heart conditions are suggested to pre - medicate with antibiotics when receiving dental care.

Incidentally, gum infections also pose a serious threat to anyone whose health is already compromised due to diabetes or respiratory disease. When it comes to diabetes, gum disease cannot be ignored; the link between the two has been well-documented.

We have always known that diabetics are prone to more infections and heal slowly. New studies now find that periodontal disease may make a pre - existing diabetic condition worse.It has been shown that diabetics require less insulin once their gum condition has been treated.

Since periodontal disease is a risk factor for the progression of diabetes, physicians should consider the periodontal status of their diabetic patients who have difficulty with glycemic control.

If you experience any pain, swelling, bleeding or recession of your gums, make an appointment for an oral examination immediately.We’re here to ensure you don’t develop or worsen existing health conditions.