Most frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Dr. Morgan is always expanding his dental care knowledge with continuing education in various dentistry subjects, especially cosmetic dentistry. He’s attended the prestigious Pankey Institute, studied with Dr. David Hornbrook, and attended Rosenthal Hands-On Aesthetic and Restorative training. He has future plans in place for even further study as well. All of this continuing education keeps Dr. Morgan abreast of the most modern dental care techniques and technologies so that you can have a stunning smile.

Yes! We always welcome referrals. They are our biggest compliment.

Dr. Morgan has a number of ways to improve the appearance of your front teeth without the use of unsightly braces. For slightly crooked or unevenly worn teeth, a bit of reshaping and the addition of customized porcelain veneers may be sufficient to provide a brighter and more uniform look. Dr. Morgan would be happy to sit down with you and discuss your wishes and the best available options.

Dr. Tad Morgan offers a very wide range of dental care services to patients in the Tyler, Texas area, acting as one of the only dentists here to offer Six Month Smiles. In fact, Dr. Morgan is one of only 16 Six Month Smiles mentors in the entire world, showing his level of skill and expertise in providing this orthodontic solution. Our staff is very experienced, averaging close to 25 years in the dental field. With so many services offered in-house and such a well-trained staff, our dental office gives Tyler residents a place to receive dental care they can rely on.

Dental Insurance: FAQ

We accept a wide variety of dental benefit policies. For information about your specific policy, please contact our front office team at (903) 325-1112. A member of our friendly staff will help you understand the benefits you are eligible for.

Your coverage depends on a number of factors. Too many people with dental insurance do not make the most of their benefits simply because they are unsure about the details of their coverage. Don’t let that happen to you! Take the time to become fully acquainted with your plan to understand what you are eligible for. You can visit your insurance company’s website for more information — many have patient portals where you can create an account to keep track of your benefits. And if you are covered through your employer, you can find out more about your dental insurance plan from the company’s human resources department.


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