Dedicated to The Woodlands Community
You’re in great hands with Dr. Jennine Huet, a 1993 graduate of the University of Texas School of Dentistry in Houston, where she currently volunteers as an associate clinical professor part-time. Since graduating dental school, Dr. Huet completed a general practice residency at the Houston VA Medical Center, and strives to finish between 100 and 200 hours of continuing education each year. The state requirement for continuing education is only 12 hours per year. She’s studied at the world-renowned Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education, and has been granted a Fellowship and Mastership at the Academy of General Dentistry, as well as, Fellowship with the International College of Dentists, American College of Dentists and International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
Dr. Huet believes in giving back to the community, through service and mentorship. She served in the US Army Reserve for 13 years (as a dental assistant, dental lab tech, and finally, a dentist) and was deployed for both the Gulf War in 1991 and the Bosnian Mission in 1996. Along with her daughter Dr. Annie Huet Moss, who just joined the dental practice, Dr. Huet volunteers for the Texas Dental Association’s Missions of Mercy program, providing free care to Texans in need. She’s supported numerous causes throughout the community, including: “In the Pink” (Breast Cancer), MS150 (Multiple Sclerosis), “The Heart Ball” (The American Heart Association), and Signatures Series (local literacy), Interfaith, The Montgomery County Food Bank, and Montgomery County Youth Services.
In addition to numerous academic accolades throughout her education, Dr. Huet has also been the recipient of many industry awards. She’s been selected to the Texas Super Dentists list ten years in a row, as well as being named a Top Dentist in both H-Texas Magazine and Houstonia Magazine. In 2015, the Academy of General Dentistry awarded her with the Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award.
Dr. Huet has resided in The Woodlands for over twenty five years. She and her husband, Alan, have two children, Marc and Annie. When she’s not making you smile, or volunteering in the community, you can find her relaxing on the water, either boating, scuba diving, or riding a wave runner.
Dr. Huet understands the importance of family. In fact, her favorite activity is spending time with her family. Let Dr. Huet help your family smile.
Dr. Annie Huet Moss is a Woodlands native. She graduated from The John Copper School before moving to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University. Her BA degree is in Molecular and Cellular Biology, and her minors are in Neuroscience and French. She received her Doctor of Dental Surgery from the University of Texas School of Dentistry. Dr. Moss is excited to join Huet Dental to practice dentistry alongside her mother, Dr. Jennine Huet, in the office that inspired her to be a dentist.
She gained a passion for dentistry through working alongside her mom as a volunteer dental assistant for Texas Missions of Mercy starting at the age of 14. While at The University of Texas School of Dentistry, she was a leader in the American Student Dental Association and developed programs to help victims of human trafficking receive dental care. Upon graduation, Dr. Moss received the Eleanor J. Bushee Award from the American Association of Women Dentists. In her free time she enjoys painting and sculpture as well as taking road trips throughout the great state of Texas with her husband, Tripp.
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