What Causes a Gummy Smile and How Can You Fix it? 
added on: September 18, 2020

When you smile, do you see more of your gums than your teeth? If so, you may have what’s often called a gummy smile. However, opinions about gummy smiles vary from person to person, and your dentist in The Woodlands believes that if you love your smile, there’s nothing you… Read More…


What Causes Tooth Loss? 
added on: August 27, 2020

When we’re little, losing our teeth can be an exciting thing. After all, we get a visit from the tooth fairy, a few extra bucks under our pillows, and there’s really nothing cuter than a child missing their two front teeth. But as we get older, missing teeth isn’t so… Read More…


How Painful is a Root Canal?
added on: August 18, 2020

There’s a dental treatment out there that can make even the toughest of the tough shudder in fear. We’re talking about the dreaded root canal. This dental procedure has gained such a terrible reputation over the years of being an incredibly painful, uncomfortable, and overall horrible thing. However, nothing could… Read More…


What Causes Tooth Discoloration?
added on: July 29, 2020

We all want to have a bright, white smile. But thanks to both internal and external factors, our teeth can transform from their once brilliant appearance to a dull, discolored look. In this week’s blog, your dentist in The Woodlands explores some of the things, both within our control and… Read More…


What Causes Receding Gums? 
added on: July 21, 2020

If you have gum pain, swollen gums, or increased tooth sensitivity, particularly along the gum line, you may be experiencing gum recession. This oral health problem can lead to other issues down the road, including increased tooth decay, sensitive teeth, and even tooth loss. So what exactly causes receding gums,… Read More…


Does Drinking Water Benefit Oral Health?
added on: June 24, 2020
drinking a glass of water

Everyone knows that it’s important to drink plenty of water every day to keep our bodies well hydrated. In fact, this small step of drinking enough water can greatly benefit overall health. Proper hydration is important to help organs function properly, help fight off infections, and may even assist with… Read More…


June is All About The Men
added on: June 15, 2020
man relaxing

The month of June has always been dedicated to the men in our lives, particularly our dads. June just so happens to also be Men’s Health Month, a time for all of us to encourage the men closest to us to focus on their overall health, including their oral health…. Read More…


How Long Should You Keep a Toothbrush?
added on: May 29, 2020
toothbrushes

Most people look for long-term relationships, both with a spouse and with a group of friends. But your dentist in The Woodlands wants you to know that there’s one relationship that should never last longer than three months — your relationship with your toothbrush. We’re not saying that you should… Read More…


What’s It Mean When Your Tongue is Black?
added on: May 20, 2020
closeup of tongue

We all know that dentists are responsible for overseeing the health of our teeth. But the truth is, your dentist in The Woodlands is actually responsible for much more than teeth alone. Your dental team is dedicated to protecting your overall health, and one area that’s of particular interest to… Read More…


Can Stress Cause Oral Health Problems?
added on: April 23, 2020
man grinds his teeth

As we all know, recently everyone’s life has quickly changed, and we’re all experiencing a temporary new normal. But with change and uncertainty also comes quite a bit of stress. Your dentist in The Woodlands understands, and we’re with you. While we’re sure that trying your best to avoid getting… Read More…


Dental Emergencies vs. Non-Emergencies
added on: April 9, 2020
emergency sign

As of March 18, 2020, the American Dental Association has recommended a nationwide postponement of all elective dental procedures and encouraged dentists to provide emergency services only. But how do you determine the difference between a dental emergency and a non-emergency? The ADA is helping out there, too and released… Read More…


Why Does My Breath Stink?
added on: February 24, 2020
woman with bad breath

Having bad breath is not only embarrassing, but it could also be a sign of a bigger problem. While an odorous mouth is a completely normal side effect of eating something fragrant (garlic, anyone?), your dentist in The Woodlands wants you to know that chronic bad breath is something that… Read More…


How Can Oral Health Affect Heart Health?
added on: February 12, 2020
heart health month

Every February seems to bring out the love in people, and there are hearts everywhere we look. From heart candy and heart decorations, we’re surrounded by bright, red hearts. But we’re not here to talk about those kinds of hearts. Today, we want to focus on your heart and how… Read More…


How Treating a Cold Can Cause Cavities
added on: January 21, 2020
cough syrup

More than 3 million Americans get the common cold every year. That’s a lot of sneezes, running noses, and coughs that many of us will treat with over-the-counter medications. Even though these medications can help us feel a little bit better and relieve us of our symptoms, even temporarily, there… Read More…


Why Do I Bite My Lips, Cheeks, and Tongue?
added on: January 17, 2020
woman bites her lip

Biting your lips, cheeks, or tongue is a common habit for many people. While it may seem relatively harmless, biting the soft tissues in our mouths can lead to serious and painful problems. But like any habit, it can be difficult to stop biting your lips, cheeks, or tongue. Join… Read More…


How The Great American Smokeout Can Help You (& Your Kids) Stay Healthy
added on: November 20, 2019
cigs

The Great American Smokeout is hosted on the third Thursday of every November. Its purpose is to help smokers set a day to work towards a smoke-free life. As you probably know, quitting smoking can help you get healthier, but it can also protect your children’s health, too. The truth… Read More…


We’re Celebrating National Dental Hygiene Month (And So Should You)
added on: October 23, 2019
female hygienist in foreground

Having the pleasure of being a dentist in The Woodlands means we get to help treat so many wonderful patients and their families. It also means we get to work alongside some fantastic folks! This month we’re pausing to appreciate everyone in our office and dental practices across the country,… Read More…


Relax at the Dentist? We Make the Impossible, Possible
added on: October 15, 2019
gentleman in dental chair with hygienist

Some patients truly have a hard time or struggle with anxiety about seeing the dentist. For some patients, it’s been years since they last saw a dentist in The Woodlands. For other folks, they’re regular dental patients… but they still feel butterflies when it’s time for treatment.  We’re here to… Read More…


Watch Out! These Are the Top 5 Most Dangerous Sports for Smiles
added on: September 25, 2019
kids playing lacrosse

From kids to adults, there’s no shame in getting your game on. It’s a great way to get your daily exercise and spend time with friends or family. (And a little competition never hurt.) With any sport, we run the risk of spraining an ankle or breaking a wrist. But… Read More…


Fluoride For a Healthy Smile
added on: August 14, 2019
fluoride concept

When it comes to the oral health of you and your family, you may have heard about the importance of fluoride. You may have also heard a few arguments against it. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we want to take the opportunity to talk a little bit about… Read More…


Swimming and Your Oral Health
added on: July 19, 2019
kids swimming

There’s nothing quite like hopping in a cool swimming pool during these hot summer days. It’s relaxing, it’s fun, and it’s good for you! Swimming is a summer favorite for the team at our Woodlands dental office, but there are a few things we want to warn you about when… Read More…


I’m Missing a Tooth. What Should I Do?
added on: March 28, 2019
man with missing tooth

Sometimes no matter how much we take care of our teeth, they get damaged and injured or become susceptible to decay and deterioration. This means a tooth can come loose and eventually fall out… if it didn’t get knocked out due to a trauma like a car or sports accident…. Read More…


Can Snoring Harm My Smile?
added on: March 18, 2019
couple snoring

Your dentist in The Woodlands always wants what’s best for you and your smile. That’s why if there’s something you’re concerned about, we hope you’ll take the time to talk to us. One of the biggest questions we seem to get from time to time is about snoring and how… Read More…


Top 5 Ways to Ease Pain Caused by Tooth Sensitivity
added on: February 25, 2019
sensitive tooth

The uncomfortable zings of pain associated with tooth sensitivity can be enough to keep you from enjoying your favorite hot or cold foods or beverages. But nobody wants to pass on their favorite treats because of sensitive teeth. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we have a few tips… Read More…


Top 5 Most Common Dental Misconceptions
added on: December 20, 2018
frustrated woman

Caring for your smile may seem as simple as brushing and flossing every day and visiting our dental office in The Woodlands twice a year. While those things are certainly important for oral health, there are some common misconceptions out there that, if followed, can either damage your smile or… Read More…


Acid Reflux & Dental Health
added on: November 26, 2018
man wondering

Even though acid reflux is a condition that originates in the stomach, it can affect other areas of the body, including the mouth. The truth is, people who suffer from acid reflux can be at greater risk for oral health concerns than those who don’t. Our dental office in The… Read More…


Diabetes Awareness Month
added on: November 12, 2018
diabetic testing

November is recognized as National Diabetes Awareness Month and serves to raise awareness of diabetes, other health problems associated with the disease, and the importance of regulation. In fact, one of the little-known facts about diabetes is that it directly relates to oral health. Our dental office in The Woodlands… Read More…


These Treats Are Worse for Teeth Than Candy
added on: October 23, 2018
girl with pumpkins

When it comes to candy-filled holidays like Halloween, we usually caution our patients to enjoy sweet snacks and candy in moderation. And with good reason. It should come as no surprise that sugar is one of those things that concerns the team at our dental office in The Woodlands. After… Read More…


Is Chewing Gum Good for Teeth?
added on: October 11, 2018
woman chewing gum

Gum may be your go-to fix to temporarily get rid of bad breath. Or maybe you just like to chew gum and there’s always a pack nearby. But is this sweet treat good for your teeth and overall oral health? Our dental office in The Woodlands has the answer. Gum… Read More…


How to Stop a Toothache
added on: September 27, 2018
woman with toothache

Nobody ever wants to experience the pain and discomfort of a toothache. But the truth is, toothaches can happen to anyone, and they can come without warning. While the best way to treat a toothache is to see your dentist in The Woodlands as quickly as you can, there are… Read More…


Smile-Friendly Labor Day Foods
added on: August 29, 2018
Labor Day Picnic

The team at our dental office in The Woodlands is pretty sure that the last thing on your mind when you’re enjoying food at a Labor Day picnic is your oral health. However, we can’t help ourselves when it comes to protecting our patients’ smiles. So in preparation for this… Read More…


How to Deal with Losing a Filling
added on: August 20, 2018
woman embarrassed

Dental fillings are an incredibly common type of dental restoration used to treat cavities and decay. In fact, nearly 91% of Americans between 20 and 64 have at least one dental filling. While dental fillings are strong and can last for many, many years, there are still some things that… Read More…


Manual Toothbrush, or Electric Toothbrush? That is the Question…
added on: July 10, 2018
toothbrushes

We all know that we need to brush our teeth everyday to maintain a healthy mouth and smile. But choosing the right tool for the job can be confusing. The hardest choice we used to have was picking the best color. Now we’re bombarded with tons of options ranging from… Read More…


Oral Health Risks for Seniors
added on: June 22, 2018
older gentleman

Our Woodlands dental office cares for patients throughout all stages of life and understands that patients of different ages have different needs. We also want our patients to know that oral health risks change with every birthday. Today, we focus on those risks that can affect the senior population. Discolored… Read More…


Does Asthma Affect Dental Health?
added on: May 22, 2018
woman reaches for asthma inhaler

It’s well known that asthma causes a narrowing of the airways, reduces oxygen flow, and makes it difficult to breathe. It’s a chronic, scary disease that affects the lungs and entire respiratory system. But can it be true that asthma may also affect dental health? The team at our dental… Read More…


This Month We’re Celebrating Women’s Dental Health
added on: May 7, 2018
women cycling

May is the month when we take a Sunday to thank our moms for all that they do for us. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we want to take the whole month and dedicate it to the women of our practice and our community by talking a bit… Read More…


Play Hard & Protect Your Smile
added on: April 24, 2018
girls playing field hockey

Each April, several dental associations join together to sponsor National Facial Protection Month. The goal is to raise awareness on the importance of wearing a mouthguard while participating in sports. As the weather warms up and more and more people start playing sports, its timing couldn’t be better. At our… Read More…


4 Things You Need to Know About Calcium
added on: March 21, 2018
foods with calcium

When most people think of calcium, they often associate it with building super strong bones. While that’s certainly part of its benefits, the team at our dental office in The Woodlands also knows that calcium is crucial for a strong smile, too. But before you start diving in to a… Read More…


Proper Nutrition Does More Than Just Support a Healthy Body
added on: March 16, 2018
nutrition month

We all know that we should eat right to protect our bodies from scary health problems like heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. But what you may not know is that following a healthy diet can directly affect your oral health, too. As we celebrate National Nutrition Month, our dental office… Read More…


Keeping Fido’s Mouth Healthy
added on: February 21, 2018
dog with toothbrush

Although our dental office in The Woodlands is focused on keeping our human patients’ mouths healthy, we also understand just how important it is to take care of your furry friends’ dental health, too. During this National Pet Dental Health Month, we’re switching things up to talk about some common… Read More…


How Your Oral Health Can Affect Your Heart
added on: February 7, 2018
heart health month

February is nationally recognized as Heart Health Month. Every year the American Heart Association and medical professionals across the country join together to publicize the seriousness of heart disease and educate the population on how to reduce your risk. At our dental office in The Woodlands, we want to help… Read More…


5 Signs That It’s Time to See a Dentist in The Woodlands
added on: January 22, 2018
man with toothache

While we always recommend visiting your dentist at least every six months, there are times when people fall out of the habit and miss a few appointments. Oftentimes a move to a new city or even a fear of the dentist can make it all too easy to pass on… Read More…


What You Need to Know About Your Teeth and The Common Cold
added on: December 20, 2017
young man with a cold

It’s official: We’re in the peak of cold and flu season. While we all try our best to avoid the stuffiness, coughs, and sore throats that tend to accompany the flu or common cold, there are times when germs take hold and make us sick, no matter what we do…. Read More…


The Great American Smokeout
added on: November 8, 2017
Great American Smokeout

The mission of the American Cancer Society is to eliminate cancer as a widespread health problem through research, service, and education. One of their larger events of the year, the Great American Smokeout, occurs on the third Thursday in November. This annual event strives to encourage all tobacco users to… Read More…


Overcoming Dental Fear, Anxiety, or Phobia
added on: October 25, 2017
woman scared of dentist

We’re right in the middle of Halloween season, which typically means all things spooky and eerie come out of the woodwork to try and scare you. While the team at our dental office in The Woodlands understands the creepiness behind ghosts, goblins, and zombies, there is one thing that many… Read More…


October is National Dental Hygiene Month
added on: October 11, 2017
hygiene appointment

When most people think of October, we doubt they immediately think of their teeth. In fact, they might not think about teeth at all except if a piece of Halloween candy does some unexpected damage. That’s where we’re a little different. At our dental office in The Woodlands, when we… Read More…


How Do I Find a New Dentist?
added on: September 12, 2017
smiling male dentist

Nobody necessarily wants to embark on the journey of finding a new dentist. But occasionally, it’s just what we have to do. Longtime dentists retire, jobs require us to move, and a variety of life’s situations sometimes make it necessary to seek out a new dentist. However, finding the right… Read More…


5 Things Every Dental Patient Should Know
added on: August 21, 2017
dentist goes over x-ray with female patient

The team at our dental office in the Woodlands is dedicated to caring for our patients’ smiles, both while they’re in the office and in between appointments. We’re also focused on educating our neighbors about oral health so we can do our part in creating a healthy community. In this… Read More…


Local Dentists Continue To Bring World Class Treatment to Montgomery County
added on: July 4, 2017

The International Congress Of Oral Implantologists honored three local area dentists last weekend in Miami, Florida. Dr. Jennine Huet (General Practice Dentistry), Dr. John Montgomery (General Practice Dentistry), and Dr. David Mulherin (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery), were each awarded the title of “Fellow” for demonstrating an exceptional interest in the… Read More…


Living Magazine Article – Dr. Jennine Huet – Compassionate Dentistry
added on: July 4, 2017

Read the Living Magazine article about Dr. Huet here.


The Villager – College helps students, community discover a ‘Healthier U’
added on: July 4, 2017

Emily Blackwell, a physician and author in the late 1800s wrote: “Health has its science as well as disease.” Perhaps it was the evolution of the science of health that has maintained the vigor of Montgomery College’s “Healthier U” health fair and expo, now in its eighth year. Quite simply,… Read More…


FAGD Graduation 2005
added on: July 4, 2017

View FAGD Graduation document.


Painless Technology
added on: July 4, 2017

Local dentist uses latest tools to keep patients smiling. Read The Villager Article here.


Mythbusters: Dental Insurance
added on: July 4, 2017

Read the dental insurance article here.


Dr. Jennine Huet Radio Commercial
added on: July 4, 2017

Listen to Dr. Jennine Huet’s radio commercial here.


Dr. Huet named Texas Super Dentist 2012 for 6th Straight Year
added on: July 4, 2017

Dr. Huet has been awarded Texas Super Dentist now 6 years in a row by Texas Monthly Magazine! Jennine K. Huet online at visit superdentists.com


Dr. Huet – Top Dentists 2014
added on: July 4, 2017
Houstonia Top Dentist - Huet Dental - The Woodlands

Dr. Huet has received the Best of Houstonia Top Dentists 2014 award for general dentistry. Huet Dental strives to provide its patients with the highest quality dental care possible using the latest techniques and procedures. Huet Dental is located off 242 in The Woodlands, Texas.


Dr. Huet recognized as One of America’s Most Honored Professionals
added on: July 4, 2017
America's Most Honored Professionals - Huet Dental - The Woodlands

The American Registry has named Jennine Huet, DDS, MAGD in their America’s Most Honored Professionals, awarded for continuous professional recognition – an accomplishment realized by the Top 1% of American Professionals. The recognition shows the difference Dr. Huet makes in the lives of her patients and her commitment to the… Read More…


Dr. Huet receives LLSR award
added on: July 4, 2017

The Academy of General Dentistry has recently awarded Jennine K. Huet with the Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award during the The Academy’s annual meeting this June. The Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award is given to an AGD member demonstrating commitment to continuing education, participating in organized dentistry, volunteering… Read More…


Check out our New Virtual Tour
added on: July 4, 2017

We now have a virtual tour showing our beautiful dental office. Take the tour today! Click here for the Virtual Tour


When you smile, do you see more of your gums than your teeth? If so, you may have what’s often called a gummy smile. However, opinions about gummy smiles vary from person to person, and your dentist in The Woodlands believes that if you love your smile, there’s nothing you… Read More…