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Houston Heights Dental Office

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174 Yale St., Ste. 1200, Houston, TX 77007-3746
Across the street from Wal-Mart between Washington Ave and I-10.
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General Dentistry

The most common type of dental care is general dentistry. Maintaining the recommended biannual dental checkups is crucial for optimal oral health. Your regular dentist is a vital resource for warding off cavities and other oral health problems. You can avoid further disease development, pain, and expensive treatment by following their advice when you experience dental problems.

Here, your family dentist doubles as your access point to a full spectrum of specialized dental services. Cosmetic dentists, oral surgeons, endodontists, orthodontists, periodontists, and pediatric dentists are all available under one roof at Lovett Dental Heights thanks to the practice's interdisciplinary approach to dentistry. If you need to see one of these specialists, your regular dentist will make the referral.

Preventative Dentistry

Your dentist in Houston, Texas will give you an idea of the potential threats to your oral health during your regular checkup. Afterwards, using preventive dental care, we may advise them on the best course of action.

The following are examples of the preventative dental care we provide:

Dental Sealants: 

They are used to fill in the spaces between teeth, which are a breeding ground for bacteria. Cavities and discomfort are caused by germs invading the soft tissues in this location. To prevent this, sealants are used. Cavities, fillings, and root canals are no match for them. They're safe for both adults and kids to take.

Dental Cleanings: 

Preventative dentistry relies heavily on regular cleanings. Nonetheless, your dentist may advise you to have more extensive cleanings done. During these procedures, plaque and tartar are scraped away from below the gum line and around the tooth's edges. Periodontal disease can be avoided with regular deep cleanings like this if you have gingivitis.

Fluoride Treatments: 

Fluoride has helped a lot of our customers. The health of your teeth depends on this mineral. Unfortunately, some people's diets or toothpastes do not provide enough, leading to deficiency in this region. Our hope is that these procedures will eliminate all instances of tooth decay.

Restorative Dentistry

In order to restore your teeth and give you a brighter smile, we use only the most cutting-edge techniques in restorative dentistry. If you're interested in learning more about the life-changing potential of dental restoration, we invite you to visit our  Houston, Texas facility.

We might suggest the following services to you:

Dental Implants: 

When it comes to dental implants, these are the best option. They function as a permanent root since they are fixed into the jawbone. The finishing touch is a crown placed on top. This not only offers you the capacity to bite and chew with great force, but also gives you a more natural appearance. Such implants have a long lifespan and a natural appearance and feel.

Crowns:

Dental crowns are widely used and have proven to be quite effective. The visible portion of a tooth is called the crown. It can serve as a crown for a dental implant or be fastened in place with a bridge. Crowns can be placed over severely damaged teeth to prevent additional fractures.

Bridges:

A dental bridge lessens the chance that a crown will shift after it has been placed. It bridges the gap between teeth by anchoring to the teeth on each side of the space. Bridges are a common dental restoration option.

Dentures:

Dentures, either those supported by implants or the more conventional variety, are another option in restorative dentistry. Dentures may be suggested if several teeth are missing. Products today are far more user-friendly, natural-looking, and pleasant than in the past.

Emergency Dental Services

Using clove oil to the exposed tooth structure after a filling or crown has been lost will help alleviate the pain caused by air exposure (available over the counter in pharmacies and supermarkets). A cotton swab dipped in clove oil can be placed on the exposed tooth.

You can try placing an ice pack on your face over the painful spot to see if that helps. Make time to see the dentist soon.

Swish some warm water around your mouth to clean it out. Carefully floss around the tooth to get rid of any food debris stuck in the crevices or under the gums. If the pain in your tooth persists, you should see a dentist right away.

Anxiety & Sleep Dentistry

Thankfully, at Lovett Dental Heights, we provide numerous different kinds of sedation. This increases the likelihood that each patient will find a form that works for them. We have a number of different types of sedation that can be tailored to your specific needs. Some examples are:

  • Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, to reduce discomfort
  • Oral sedation in pill form is beneficial to those with dental anxiety and phobias
  • IV sedation is done in our dentist’s office before your procedure if there’s the anticipation of pain or discomfort
  • We aim to provide you with access to the best level of care. Keep in mind that your dentist can talk to you about any type of procedure and the best level of protection for you.

Root Canals

The pulp is a tissue composed of nerves and blood vessels that contributes to the development of the tooth. The pulp chamber becomes a breeding ground for germs when it is compromised due to trauma, deterioration, or chips and fractures. An abscessed tooth or infection caused by the bacterium is possible. In addition to an abscess, the following can result from a tooth root canal infection:

  • Swelling of the face, neck, and head
  • Bone loss
  • Drainage into the gums and cheek
  • Systemic inflammation
  • Loss of the affected tooth
  • Having a treatment as soon as possible can help prevent these complications.

Family Dentistry

Because dentists are unfamiliar grownups who will be touching your child's mouth, they can inspire understandable apprehension. This is usually terrible to kids who have never been to the dentist before, and that fear can be hard to dispel. It's understandable to feel nervous about seeing the dentist if all you've ever done is endure an annual cleaning and X-rays.

Our family dentists want to dispel this myth by fostering patient rapport prior to cleanings. Your child's dentist may be willing to meet with you and your family beforehand to introduce themselves and allay any anxieties. Your child will have a more positive experience at the dentist if you take the time to introduce him or her to the staff beforehand. A skilled dentist can rapidly gain a child's trust and help alleviate their anxiety.

Cosmetic Surgery

The term "cosmetic dentistry" refers to a broad category of dental treatments aimed at enhancing a patient's smile. The benefits of many cosmetic dental operations are cumulative. Some even help you recover from your injuries.

Simple maintenance like brushing your teeth twice a week will do wonders for your overall look. The replacement of amalgam fillings with composite resin ones is a straightforward surgery that might improve your smile's appearance. These modern fillings look and feel much like your natural teeth whether you smile, laugh, talk, or eat. Cavity fillings are a private matter between you and your dentist.

Dental Bonding

Cracks and minor damage to teeth can be repaired with dental bonding, a specialized application. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your teeth, this method may be able to help. One example would be the use of tooth-colored composite resin. It is used to cover up the damaged area. The procedure is straightforward:

  • We do routine cleanings after examining your teeth.
  • We roughen up the tooth's surface by abrading it. Because of this, the substance can easily adhere.
  • We'll use a bonding material that closely matches the shade of your teeth.
  • To get a sleek, organic finish, we shape and control the material.
  • The last step is to polish the tooth's outside.

Dental bonding is a great option for masking flaws in our patients' smiles when it can be used. Cracks, broken teeth, some regions of misalignment, and staining are just some of the issues that can be addressed.

Teeth Whitening

In a short amount of time, professional teeth whitening services may make your teeth up to eight times whiter. If you've tried many over-the-counter teeth whitening solutions without success, your dentist may be able to help. Neither the hassle nor the sensitivity of at-home kits apply to professional teeth whitening from our practice via cosmetic dentistry. In addition to our other dental procedures, teeth whitening in the Houston area helps you feel good about how your smile looks and feels.

Veneers

Dental veneers are a type of tooth covering commonly used in aesthetic dentistry. They may be an option for fixing common problems like crooked or damaged teeth. Veneers can also be used to close wider spaces between teeth.

Dental veneers, also known as dental porcelain laminates, are a popular cosmetic dentistry procedure. These terms are commonly used by dental professionals since porcelain is the material most commonly used to create veneers. Nevertheless, resin composite materials are also a viable option for their construction. Dental veneers mimic the appearance and feel of natural teeth since they are thin and customized to each patient's mouth.

Dentures

Dentures are prosthetic dental appliances designed to look and function like natural teeth. One tooth, many teeth, or an entire arch of teeth can be affixed to a plate that rests comfortably in your mouth. These days, they're usually made of porcelain or resin. There are benefits and drawbacks to both:

  • Porcelain
  • Heavy
  • Breakable if dropped
  • More closely resemble natural teeth
  • Resin
  • Easier to adjust
  • Resin teeth adhere better to plate
  • Lightweight and durable

You'll be pleased with the way they look, feel, and perform no matter which variety you select.

Pediatric Dentistry

When it comes to your children's oral health, you have more options than a general dentist. We have some of the best pediatric dentists in the area to meet your child's ever-evolving dental care requirements. Because of the wide range of ages that require dental care between infancy and adulthood, a pediatric dentist working in a family dental practice will have the most comprehensive understanding of how a person's mouth changes over time.

Almost 6,000 pediatric dentists call the United States home, per the American Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Patients at Lovett Dental Heights are treated by some of them.

Specialist Services

Being a patient at Lovett Dental Heights means always having access to the expert care you need. At Lovett Dental Heights, we offer comprehensive dental care from a team of specialists. You may rest easy knowing you can always turn to the dentist or orthodontist who knows you best whenever you need any type of dental care.

Orthodontics

You're aware of how crucial it is to maintain good dental hygiene. Specialty dental care from Lovett Dental Heights always consists of the recommended twice-yearly cleanings. Concurrently, we also offer orthodontic assistance. Orthodontics is a subspecialty of dentistry concerned with correcting misalignment of the teeth. Brushing, flossing, speaking, and chewing are all facilitated by a jaw and teeth that are in the correct position. Learn more about the services offered by an orthodontist to correct misalignment issues.

Periodontics

Advanced gum disease is called periodontitis. This health issue warrants concern. You probably already know that if you neglect your gums, you risk having them, as well as your jawbone and tooth, suffer harm. Of course, it's capable of a lot more besides that. Periodontal disease is associated with systemic diseases such as cardiovascular disease. It has also been established that the germs causing this illness can spread to vital organs including the heart and the brain. That's why it's crucial to visit our periodontics team at the first symptom of gum disease.

In many cases, it would be beneficial to undergo periodont therapy. To determine if you require advanced care for gum disease, look for advanced symptoms or wait until your general dentist in  Houston, Texas recommends it. Such examples could be:

  • Bleeding gums
  • Painful, inflamed gums
  • Loose teeth
  • Teeth that may be about to fall out
  • Exposed tooth roots
  • Constant bad breath

Individuals with gum disease of moderate severity or worse should make an appointment with a periodontist. The greatest possible care and treatment for this dangerous condition can be ensured in this way.

Oral Surgery

The first step is to schedule an appointment for a consultation and examination with one of our general dentists. After that, we'll have a conversation about your dental care alternatives. In some circumstances, this may necessitate a less invasive kind of treatment. We can set up an appointment for oral surgery as soon as you need it.

Instances where oral surgery might be necessary include:

  • Wisdom tooth extraction
  • Impacted tooth extraction
  • Dental implant placement
  • Bone grafting procedures
  • Pre-prosthetic surgeries
  • Tongue-tie and diastemas

We advise getting in touch with us right away if you've been advised you need surgery for any of the aforementioned issues. We have a wealth of knowledge in these areas. The process of getting your questions and worries answered is something we can help you with as well. Your health and happiness are our top priorities.

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