Finding a dentist that accepts Medicaid can be a challenge. Fortunately, at Kool Smiles we have a number of locations across the United States, all of which accept Medicaid, TRICARE, and other forms of insurance.
Visit our website to find a children’s dentist that accepts Medicaid near you.
Being a working parent, you might be stressed out about finding a dentist for your kids that accepts Medicaid. Medicaid can be a lifesaver for families who may not have enough money to pay their kids’ medical bills, but you may be left wondering if it covers more than just a checkup at the doctor.
Luckily, Medicaid covers more than you may think. Because the government considers dental health to be a vital part of you and your children’s overall health, states are required to give your kids dental benefits. These include:
Of course, knowing the rules of Medicaid is only half the battle. You still have to find a dentist that both accepts Medicaid and treats your kids, and they have to be close enough to fit into your schedule. How can you find time to find a dentist who can do all that, all while having to work and take care of your kids?
Kool Smiles is the answer. Our dentists are focused on treating kids, so you know your children will get the dental care they need. We have collected many Kool Smiles Dental Reviews for you to review when making your decision.
We also accept both Medicaid and TRICARE at all of our locations. With over 120 offices nationwide, you’ll have no trouble finding an affordable and reliable children’s dentist near you.
Visit a Kool Smiles location near you, or call us and let us find you the dentist you need.
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