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Dr. Kurt Loveless attained his undergraduate degree in microbiology from Texas Tech University in 1978 and his DDS from the University of Missouri Kansas City in 1983. Dr. Loveless completed his General Practice Residency at Olin E. Teague Veterans Medical Center in Temple, Texas in 1984 and has since been practicing dentistry in Lubbock, Texas. Dedicated to providing his patients with the most up-to-date quality care, he has completed over 1500 hours of postgraduate education. Among the extensive training and education Dr. Loveless has received, his patients have greatly benefited from his numerous courses in dental implants, full mouth restorative and esthetic treatments for procedures such as veneers and bonding.
As the former Chairman of the Board for the Texas Dental Association (TDA) Smiles Foundation, Dr. Loveless works with a large team of volunteers to serve the community by offering dental care to individuals with no other means of attaining treatment. His active involvement in the TDAâ€™s charitable mission projects has taken him across the state as he donates his time and expertise for many Texas Mission of Mercy events. He is an active member of both the Society for the preservation of Oral Health. He is a member of the Pankey Alumni Association, the Academy of Osseointegration (AO), the International Team for Implantology (ITI), the American Dental Association (ADA). He has received the Texas Dental Association Service Recognition Award in 2006 and 2010 and the Texas Dental Association President’s Award in 2012.