The cost of dental care is rising, which can make finding affordable dental care for your children difficult. Most dentist offices limit the types of insurance they accept, and some might not have options for patients without insurance. But that isn't the case at Kool Smiles.
Affordable Care from Kool Smiles
Kool Smiles provides affordable, high-quality dental care for your kids. We accept most types of insurance plans, including state-specific providers.
We also accept Medicaid and all forms of military insurance such as TRICARE. We even offer payment plans for patients and their families who need to pay with cash or credit.
Here are just a few of the affordable dental services your child can receive at Kool Smiles:
General dentistry—Routine cleaning, X-rays, and check-ups are available at all of our locations.
Orthodontics—If your child's teeth are crooked, your dentist may suggest that he or she see an orthodontist. Once your child's adult teeth have come in, an orthodontist might recommend braces to straighten them out. It is always better to start orthodontic treatment as early as possible. Click here for a list of Kool Smiles locations that offer orthodontics.
Wisdom teeth—Wisdom teeth are teeth that develop during your child's teenage years to early twenties. Often, these teeth come in crooked and can cause problems. If this happens, your child's dentist might recommend removing them. If your child's wisdom teeth are coming in, talk to your Kool Smiles dentist about your options.
Pediatrics—Typically, general dentists can take care of your child's needs. However, if your child has problems with their teeth development, he or she may require treatment from a pediatric specialist. If you are unsure if your child should see a general or pediatric dentist, Kool Smiles can let you know after your first visit.
Get Affordable Dental Care at Kool Smiles
At Kool Smiles, you can rest assured that your child is receiving great care at an affordable price. Call us or find a location near you to schedule an appointment today.
A general dentist focuses on general dental needs instead of specializing in a particular field, like surgery or orthodontics. Your children should see a general dentist every six months for routine cleanings.…