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6502 Garth Rd. Ste. 100 Baytown, TX 77521-9889
Across the street from Academy Sporting Goods, south of I-10 and Garth Road.
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Do You Know What Dental Care Options You Have at the Lovett Baytown Office?

General Dentistry

All of your dental health needs, from diagnosis to treatment to ongoing maintenance, can be handled by the friendly staff at Lovett Dental Baytown. We do preventative dentistry like cleanings, gum care, fillings, root canals, veneers, bridges, and crowns. Everyone who works as a dentist in our office has completed one of two programs. The two most common dental doctorates are the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) and the Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD).

General dentists offer a wider range of services than their specialized counterparts, who may only perform limited procedures due to their specialized training. Here at Lovett Dental Baytown, we offer a wide variety of dental care options.

Preventative Dentistry

When you come in for an appointment, our staff will evaluate your oral health and make recommendations for preventative dental care. These are determined by the potential dangers you pose and the degree of safety you seek. In the realm of preventative dentistry, we offer services such as:

Dental Sealants:

To put it simply, cavities are caused by bacteria invading the soft tissues of the teeth. Sealants for teeth protect against such damage. Sealants are placed on top of a person's natural teeth to protect the gums and teeth from harmful bacteria. Sealants are useful for both kids and adults.

Deep Dental Cleanings: 

Once every six months is recommended for a professional teeth cleaning. Deep cleaning is still needed less frequently. Sometimes, having your teeth professionally cleaned can help prevent cavities and plaque buildup. Additionally, it can be effective in treating the earliest stages of gum disease to stop the condition from progressing.

Fluoride Treatments: 

Treatment with fluoride may be helpful for some people. To protect your teeth from the harmful effects of bacteria, fluoride can be applied to the tooth enamel. If you haven't had access to fluoride in the past, fluoride treatments may be necessary in some cases.

Restorative Dentistry

For optimal oral health, our restorative dentistry specialists will consult with you personally to determine your precise requirements. Replacing missing teeth is one of the main goals of this service. In addition to making your smile look better, this also enhances its effectiveness. Our dental restoration services at Lovett Dental Baytown include:

Dental Crowns: 

Restorations that mimic the natural form and function of your teeth. They are designed to mimic the appearance of real teeth and use cutting-edge technology to achieve this. A crown can be placed over a tooth that is broken or otherwise compromised. This not only makes you more attractive, but it also enhances your ability to eat and talk clearly.

Dental Implants: 

When one or more teeth are absent, implants are the best solution for most people to restore their oral health. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically implanted into the jaw. When a crown is placed atop the anchor, it forms a stable replacement tooth. Implants are a permanent solution that, with proper maintenance, can last for decades.

Dental Bridges: 

When a tooth is missing, a bridge can be used to span the gap. If you've had a tooth extracted, you should either replace it with a bridge or fill in the gap with dental fillings to prevent the neighboring teeth from shifting into the empty space. Bridges are aesthetically pleasing and functional in restoring your smile.

Dental Veneers: 

Veneers are a great option for giving your teeth a new, more attractive appearance. The teeth have a brand-new appearance thanks to these ultrathin films that are placed over the top of the teeth. They last a long time and can be made to look entirely natural.


Dentures are a viable option for those who need to replace multiple teeth. One option is to use implants to secure the dentures in place, but that's just one of several. Dentures are a good option when you need several teeth replaced and want a permanent solution.

Services for Dental Emergencies

If you have a dental emergency, we've got you covered. Please contact Lovett Dental Baytown as soon as possible to arrange a consultation. Our dental services are all-inclusive, meaning that not only do we cover the basics, but we also offer cosmetic and specialized options. For your convenience, we are here to assist you.

Anxiety & Sleep Dentistry

Discuss your fears with us before your dental procedure. Despite the fact that sedation isn't recommended for every procedure, many patients find it helpful for dental procedures they fear. Feeling anxious about potential discomfort or fearful of what might occur? We'll fill you in on the details so you know what to expect.

Our dentist will determine if sedation dentistry is appropriate for you and in what form. In order to avoid putting you under full anesthetic, we will usually use only a small amount of sedation to make sure you are relaxed and comfortable throughout the procedure. In order to provide you with the optimal level of care, we offer varying degrees of sedation. We are honest and open about your choices because we understand that your needs are unique. Whether you need a tooth pulled, a root canal, or any other type of specialized dental work done, don't hesitate to contact us and ask about sedation options.

Root Canals

In reality, the tooth is hollow and filled with a pulp-like substance. The pulp provides essential nutrients to the tooth, ensuring its continued health. This pulp, however, is also susceptible to infection. Pulp infection is difficult to treat and potentially very dangerous. If not treated, these infections can quickly spread to the gums and jawbone.

Our dentists are here to help you put up a fight against these annoying bugs. The infected pulp is taken out during a root canal procedure. It stops the infection from spreading to other teeth or the gums. If you need to have the pulp of a tooth removed, that will be done before the filling is placed. After a couple of months, you'll be able to chew normally again.

Family Dentistry

At Lovett Dental Baytown, we provide full-service dentistry for adults and children alike. Whatever you and your loved ones require, we will do our best to meet them.

Dental care is the foundation of our comprehensive approach. These are the preventative measures and regular checkups we offer to keep your mouth in tip-top shape, saving you time and money in the long run. The following are just some of the many general dental services we offer:

  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Fillings and Sealants
  • Dentures
  • Tooth Extractions
  • Root Canals
  • Dental Crowns and Bridges

If you are looking for a pediatric dentist in the Baytown area, look no further than Lovett Dental Baytown. We provide comprehensive dental care for kids, including regular cleanings and exams, education on good oral hygiene practices, the tracking of tooth development, and the early detection of problems for more conservative and cost-effective treatment options.

And our emergency dental care is incomparable, whether you're experiencing discomfort, require an extraction, have an abscess, bite your tongue, cut your lips or gums, or have lost a filling or crown. You can count on us to quickly schedule an appointment with a dentist, no matter how dire your dental emergency.

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