Humble Dentistry
80 Wilson Road, Suite C
Humble, TX 77338

Patient Financing

Putting off dental care can lead to more serious conditions that put your oral health at risk. It is for this reason that we offer a patient financing option designed to help you have your necessary treatment now and pay it off over time. CareCredit has both interest-free and long-term payment plans to fit any budget. You can apply online and receive approval in just a few minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your dentist in Humble, TX looks forward to seeing you!

dentist appointment in humble tx | humble dentistrySometimes there are changes to your insurance plan or your dental benefits. Other times, especially if you have not been to the dentist in a while, we may need to update your information electronically. You may also have questions for the dentist. Additionally, if the dentist or hygienist finishes the appointment before yours early, you may be able to start your dental treatment ahead of schedule. This gives you more time for your day. You can also download forms from our website to save yourself even more time.

We do request you arrive 10-15 minutes early to your appointment for these reasons. This is especially important for new patients. At Humble Dentistry, your Humble, TX dentist likes us to take a full history. We want to know about your medical history, as well.

Additionally, we like to take the time to catch up with our patients and learn what’s new with you! At Humble Dentistry, we treat our patients like family.

Schedule Your Dentist Appointment in Humble, TX Today

If you have not scheduled an appointment in a while, or if you have any questions, we encourage you to contact your dentist in Humble, TX today. We look forward to serving all your dental needs.

‚Äčarms hold a clock in the air | dentist humble txTreatment times vary depending on the procedure you are having. Of course, not every aspect of treatment is predictable, but we will give you an estimate of what you can expect when we diagnose your condition and arrange your appointment.

In general, one can expect the following times:

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We request that you update any insurance changes, medical history, or medications when you arrive in our office. This will allow us to provide you with the best care possible and to ensure your safety while we treat you.

You are also welcome to arrange a consultation with Dr. Appel to discuss your goals for your smile. We can make this a separate appointment, or you can discuss it at your next exam. Our team is always available to discuss treatment or answer questions so that you feel more confident in your care.

We strive to remain on time so that you can fit dentistry into your schedule without any complications.

Give us a call if you have a question about your treatment times or what to expect with your procedure.


Dr. Appel and our team pride ourselves on being very thorough, so during your cosmetic consultation we will complete the following: 


  • A review of your goals for cosmetic dental treatment
  • A review of your medical history to rule out any concerns with regards to dental care
  • Obtain any necessary x-rays
  • A full set of photographs
  • An oral cancer screening
  • An evaluation of your bite, gums, and teeth
  • A set of study models (if needed)


After gathering any necessary information, Dr. Appel will review his findings with you and how we can help you achieve your goals for a dazzling smile. 

a mom brushes her daughter's teeth | dentist humble txIn general, our healthiest patients with the best oral hygiene are those that use an electric toothbrush. Good oral hygiene depends on the removal of plaque from the teeth. Plaque is the sticky yellow film that harbors bacteria and contributes to inflammation, gum disease, and tooth decay.

An electric toothbrush can be especially helpful for those with braces or other oral appliances, those who struggle with manual dexterity, or those that have very hard to reach places. We would love it if all of our patients used an electric toothbrush, which is why we have both Sonicare and Oral-B toothbrushes available in the office.

What Research Says

Don’t just take our word for it though, our recommendation is based on the best available research. In 2014, the Cochrane Group conducted a systematic review comparing manual and powered toothbrushes. They found that using an electric toothbrush resulted in a 21% reduction in plaque after 3 months of use. It also resulted in an 11% reduction in gingivitis after three months as well. That may not sound like a lot, but better removal of plaque will contribute to a healthier mouth and lower the risk for developing gum disease and tooth decay.

For more information, give our Humble, TX dental office a call today. Our staff would be happy to answer your questions.


A woman smiles in the dental chair | Humble TX DentistOne of the benefits of having a dentist who values education and stays on the leading edge of advancements in dentistry is that you can enjoy the convenience of having most treatment in one location with a team you know and trust.

Dr. Appel has advanced training in oral surgery, endodontics, and jaw and sleep disorders in order to offer the most comprehensive care available today.

In most cases, you will not require a referral. Here are some of the advanced treatments available at Humble Dentistry:

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Because Dr. Appel is passionate about all aspects of dentistry, he continually improves his knowledge and practical skills through seminars, continuing education courses, and staying informed about advancements in dental technology.

He considers this dedication an investment in our patients and will continue to expand his skills in order to give you the best that modern dentistry has to offer.

Humble Dentistry is a privately owned dental practice with all of the bells and whistles available to larger dental practices and corporations. We maintain our personal approach to care and offer individualized treatment with a personal and friendly touch. So please, contact us today if you've got any more questions.

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