Are you looking for affordable dental braces? At Kool Smiles, we believe that cost should never keep your child from having a beautiful, straight and healthy smile.
Call us today to schedule a no-cost braces consultation! We can answer any questions about the cost of braces, with or without insurance.
Great dental care doesn’t have to break the bank. If you are on a budget but think your child could benefit from dental braces, call your local Kool Smiles office today to discuss your options.
The cost of braces varies depending on many different circumstances, but our quality dental braces generally cost about $3,400 for an 18-month treatment. Don’t forget that Kool Smiles happily accepts most dental insurance, including Medicaid and Tricare. Medicaid coverage for orthodontics varies by state so be sure to discuss coverage with your insurance provider.
Kool Smiles also offers many different payment options for your child’s dental care. Our offices accept cash, credit, debit and even CareCredit, so you can spread out the cost of your child’s care over time.
Although a beautifully straight smile certainly looks great, the reasons for getting dental braces for your child are much more than just an improved appearance. Orthodontic treatments like braces can correct problems caused by teeth that aren’t completely straight, including:
Teeth that are straight and properly aligned are much easier to clean and maintain. This means your child will be better able to take care of his or her teeth, and problems such as jaw pain, gum disease, tooth decay and cavities will be much easier to prevent.
Cheap dental care doesn’t have to mean low quality. At Kool Smiles, we work hard to provide the high-quality dental care for all budgets. Kool Smiles dentist will look at your child’s teeth and work with you to determine whether or not braces are a good option for your child. Many of our offices have in-house dental specialists working with our general dentists, which means your child’s dental needs can be met at one location, including orthodontics.
Call us to schedule a no-cost braces consultation at your local Kool Smiles office today!
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