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“A healthy smile is the most attractive thing you can wear.”

We help patients decrease inflammation and maintain their teeth, gums and supporting
jawbone in order to improve their oral—and overall—health.


​​Dr. Julie C. Swift grew up in Wichita. While she was in dental school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, her mother was told she had gingival recession. Dr. Swift suggested she be evaluated by one of the residents in UM-KC’s graduate periodontics program; her mother proceeded with gum grafting
procedures at the school. Dr. Swift assisted the surgical resident and that is when she learned first-hand what a periodontist does; she knew immediately it was something she wanted to pursue.

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Dr. Swift is a Board-Certified Periodontist working in Topeka; she serves patients from as far away as Hays and the Nebraska border. If you have been told you have deep pockets, receding gums or need a deep cleaning, we would be happy to schedule you for a comprehensive examination and discuss the findings and treatment plan. While many patients are referred by their general dentist, a referral is not necessary to be seen. We love meeting patients who come to our practice because a friend, colleague or family member sent them our way.

I was terrified to have oral surgery!  Dr. Swift and her Staff did everything to make me feel comfortable.  They have great COVID protocols in place which includes taking temperatures and asking screening questions.  The Staff is so friendly and highly professional.  I highly recommend them!

Aimee C


Periodontists receive extensive training, including three additional years of education beyond dental school, in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of periodontal disease and in the placement of dental implants. Periodontists are familiar with the latest techniques for diagnosing and treating periodontal disease. In addition, they can perform cosmetic periodontal procedures to help you achieve the smile you desire.

Smiling Portrait


Payment for services is due in full at the time services are given.

If you have dental insurance, we will file for services rendered, but your portion of the fee is due at the time services are given. Your portion may only be the estimated co-payment, but if your annual maximum has been reached, it will also include any amount above that maximum.


Remember, co-payments are estimates only. When we receive your insurance payment, we will bill you for any remaining balance or refund any excess to you.


We accept cash, personal checks, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

If your treatment fee is $1,000 or more, see below. For both options, you pay the insurance portion, and upon receiving your insurance payment, we will refund the balance to you.

  • A discount of 5% will be given if the fee is paid in full by cash, personal check or debit card at the time services are given.

  • If you pay with a credit card, a discount of 3% will be given if the fee is paid in full at the time services are given.         


We also offer convenient payment options through CareCredit. The application can be completed in our office or at the link provided; usually we have a response within minutes.

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