One of the reasons Dr. Swearingen became an orthodontist is because she loves getting to know her patients. As a result, Kingwood Orthodontics is designed to provide individualized patient attention, rather than treating you like just another number at one of those mega-clinics.
We believe a personalized approach improves patient experience and clinical outcomes. Read what our past patients have to say about their experiences.
Orthodontics has undergone a dramatic transformation over the last decade in terms of using new technology to achieve a more perfect smile for patients. At Kingwood Orthodontics, we have invested in the latest orthodontic equipment so that we can provide you with the best orthodontic outcome.
Orthodontists complete an additional 2-3 years of graduate orthodontic study beyond dental school. They may then apply to become board certified.
Dr. Swearingen is board certified and has completed the voluntary, rigorous examination process offered through the American Board of Orthodontics, the only orthodontic specialty board recognized by the ADA and sponsored by the American Association of Orthodontists.
As part of our approach to having a small and personalized practice, we like to make our office feel like a home away from home for both patients and parents. When visiting, you are welcome to enjoy drinks and snacks in our waiting room, browse the web on our waiting-room iPads, and play video games in the arcade area.
We know that getting to the Orthodontist while students are in school, and parents are at work is not always easy. Consequently, in addition to regular work hours, we can offer early-morning and after-work appointments to work around your schedule when possible.