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Dr. Joel E. Burvant and Dr. Edward P. Burvant Jr. offer a wide range of preventative, restorative and cosmetic dental procedures for patients of all ages at their practice, Burvant Family Dentistry, located in Covington, LA. Their team is highly trained and work together to ensure that each patient has access to the most innovative procedures in dentistry.

The father/son doctors at Burvant Family Dentistry believe that patients should have sufficient information to make educated decisions about their oral health. They believe that educating patients and taking the time to answer questions is essential in creating the ideal doctor-patient relationship. You'll find important information about the preventative, restorative and cosmetic treatment options the doctor’s offer on this website. Some of these treatment options include: root canals, whitening and bleaching, veneers and even dental sealants for children.

With a combination of trusted experience and advanced technology, Dr. Joel E. Burvant and Dr. Edward P. Burvant Jr. provide a level of dental care that embraces and comforts each patient that walks through their doors. Individuals and families throughout the area are invited to discover how the father/son duo and their team at Burvant Family Dentistry provide a comfortable and gentle experience that exceeds the highest expectations.

Proudly serving: CovingtonAbita Springs, LAMadisonville, LAMandeville, LA

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Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

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