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2420 Quaker Ave., Suite 104
Lubbock, TX 79410
Our patients’ happiness is what matters to us.
“When my life long dentist retired, I had to begin again with Dr. Ricks. I can honestly say I have felt more welcomed and more secure with each visit. And I have so much more confidence that my teeth are taken care of and that I can call at any point with any problem. I appreciate him and the entire staff.”Callie Marstrand
“EXTREMELY kind and EXTREMELY accommodating. I don’t often rate five stars, but from the cleanliness to the above and beyond attitude of all of the employees I interacted with, I would say I am overly satisfied with my experience and will be returning. Dr. Ricks is a gentleman who puts education first in his practice and and sets his patients up for success. Thank you for one of the best dentist experiences I’ve had. PS. Your hygenist is very good at what she does and very informative as well.”Kevin Claypool
“A wonderful experience and that is alot to say going to the dentist. Dr. Loveless you make us feel we are your special patients and your staff our family. Thank you so very much for your tender caring hands!”Carol Wheat
“So petrified of going to the Dentist and I can’t say enough about how compassionate everyone in this office is! Dr Loveless actually put my mouth back together after I fell and knocked out teeth and knocked several teeth loose… very traumatic to say the least! This could never be described as anything but the best case scenario with Dr Loveless!”Mary Ann Sanderson
What’s in a name?
The name “Yellow House Canyon” comes from the Spanish phrase “Casas Amarillas”, meaning Yellow Houses. Early Spanish explorers of the area thought that a rock formation appeared to be a row of yellow houses from a distance and the name persisted. The canyon is nearly 20 miles long, stretching from the Lubbock Lake Landmark, through the east side of Lubbock, and ending about 6 miles east of Slaton.