At Kool Smiles, we offer many affordable dental care options, regardless of your insurance situation. We are accepting new patients, and customers are free to pay with cash or a credit card. Call us today or keep reading to learn about your options for affordable teeth cleaning!
No Insurance, No Problem: Teeth Cleaning At a Low Cost
The cost for a dental cleaning involves the removal of plaque, which is what can lead to cavities, infections and gum disease. While brushing and flossing helps remove some plaque, professional cleanings are needed to remove all of it. So how can your child receive a teeth cleaning at an affordable price?
Kool Smiles is a network of family-friendly dentists with over 120 locations in 15 states, and we have a number of ways for children to receive quality dental care at an affordable rate.
See if you qualify for Medicaid. We proudly accept Medicaid at every location, and if you don’t have insurance, you should see if you qualify for Medicaid assistance. Medicaid covers basic dental services, such as cleanings for qualified families.
See if you qualify for a SCHIP. We accept a large number of State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP), and many are more affordable than you might think.
Use CareCredit. CareCredit is a program where you can finance health and dental services under a monthly payment plan.
Brush and floss every day. Proper brushing and flossing helps to fight plaque and can help keep dental costs down by helping you avoid the need for cavity fillings or other services. And best of all, it doesn’t cost much to brush and floss!
Call Kool Smiles For Your Teeth Cleaning
If you’d like to learn more about the cost of a teeth cleaning appointment for your child at a Kool Smiles, give us a call today. Our friendly staff will be happy to speak with you about your payment options. We accept new patients all the time, and customers are free to pay with cash or a credit card. With many nationwide, there’s likely a Kool Smiles office near you!
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.…