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If you’re searching for an Amerigroup Medicaid dentist near you for your kids, look no further.
Kool Smiles is a nationwide dental practice that accepts many forms of payment, including government-funded dental insurance. We have more than 120 locations nationwide, many of which are located in states served by Amerigroup Medicaid.
For help with all your questions about Amerigroup Medicaid dental coverage, call Kool Smiles at 254-781-0553 and our friendly staff will help get the answers that you need.
Amerigroup is a private contractor that manages government-funded health benefit programs in 11 states and serves about 3.5 million members. Amerigroup manages programs like Medicaid, Medicare and the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Many people and families trust these programs for their health care, including dental visits.
What’s covered by your child’s Amerigroup Medicaid plan will vary based on the state where you live—for example, in Virginia you’ll need to request treatment within 60 days of an accidental dental injury for it to be covered. Check with your state’s membership guidelines if you want to be sure you’re covered. Across all states, Amerigroup plans will cover the following at little to no cost to you:
Usually, this minimal coverage requirement means that kids can receive dental services that include:
Your child’s eligibility for these dental services may depend on your location. Generally, these oral health procedures are covered or partially covered by Amerigroup Medicaid as long as they are a medical necessity.
Because we believe that dental care should be easily available and affordable, Kool Smiles accepts most forms of insurance and many payment types, including:
All of our dental offices have general dentists that can perform various treatments such as teeth cleanings, routine checkups and even emergency care, depending on the severity of the problem. We also have many other specialists, including:
In addition to accepting Amerigroup Medicaid, Kool Smiles aims to provide quality and affordable dental care for all children. Our dental offices are purposefully located in communities with the greatest need and where it may be hard to find a dentist that accepts Amerigroup Medicaid. We also try to cater to the needs of children when they visit a Kool Smiles dentist. Here’s how:
Parents are also important to us, and we want them to know that their child is getting quality dental care in a safe, clean and fun environment when they come to Kool Smiles. Here are a few of the ways that our dental staff helps parents make dental visits easy and enjoyable for them and their kids:
There is likely to be a Kool Smiles close to you since we have locations in 15 states nationwide and Washington, D.C. We hope that we can help find a dentist that takes Amerigroup Medicaid near you quickly and easily.
The Kool Smile experience starts children on the right track for a lifetime of good dental health. If your child is covered by Amerigroup Medicaid and needs dental care, give us a call today at 254-781-0553.
We’re always accepting new patients, and we look forward to helping your child have a happy, healthy smile for years to come.
Wisconsin Dental Association: https://www.wda.org/your-oral-health/sip-all-day
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