When your child needs dental care, you want to find a qualified dentist to take care of them. You’ll find high quality dental care and convenient locations with Kool Smiles.
Visit our website to learn about other benefits we offer or call us today to schedule an appointment for your child.
At Kool Smiles, you’ll find a team of highly-skilled professionals who offer only the best dental care for your kids. From the welcoming office staff to our kid-friendly dentists, you’ll know you’ve come to the right place the minute you walk in the doors of your local Kool Smiles office.
We are dedicated to providing high-quality dental care at affordable prices to families who need it most. We also accept most major insurance plans including Medicaid and TRICARE, and we never limit the number of Medicaid patients we accept as most dental practices do.
At Kool Smiles, you’re always welcomed, no matter how you choose to pay.
We know how challenging it can be to get your kids to the dentist, so we make the experience as fun as possible for you and your kids. Kids will be greeted with an interactive waiting area complete with activities and toys to help them relax before their exam or treatment.
In most waiting areas, we even have play areas for climbing and sliding in a safe, exciting environment.
Even though the atmosphere is playful, we take dental health very seriously. All of our dentists are fully licensed professionals who receive in-office training from Kool Smiles’ Senior Dentists and Regional Training Dentists, so you can be sure your Kool Smiles dentists offer the best dental care around.
There are lots of reason why you can find the best dental care at Kool Smiles including:
Visit our website to locate a convenient office, make an appointment, learn about payment plans, and find out what makes Kool Smiles so special, or call us today to schedule an appointment for your child.
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