Looking for dental care without insurance can seem like a losing battle. With dental costs rising quickly and the number of patients with dental insurance decreasing, more and more people are finding themselves with the same problem.
However, finding a dentist without insurance for your child is possible at Kool Smiles. Our dentists are dedicated to providing quality dental care to children with or without insurance.
Affordable Dental Care Options at Kool Smiles
Just because you don’t have insurance, doesn’t mean your kids shouldn’t be able to get the dental care they need. Whether your child needs a routine cleaning or emergency dental care, Kool Smiles is dedicated to getting them the care they need.
Here are some of the affordable options at Kool Smiles:
We accept cash or credit payments.
We take different forms of insurance like TRICARE, SCHIP, and Medicaid.
Apply for a health and wellness credit card, such as CareCredit. CareCredit allows you to make convenient monthly payments so you don’t have to pay everything up front.
Why You Should Choose Kool Smiles
At Kool Smiles, our team members provide a comfortable, family-friendly environment for your kids, and our dentists regularly work with and treat children.
Other benefits of Kool Smiles include:
Spacious waiting rooms with toys and play areas
Flexible payment/insurance options.
Knowledgeable staff and dentists
130 locations throughout the U.S.
We follow the American Dental Association (ADA) and American Academy of Pediatric Dentists (AAPD) guidelines
Our dentists are provided with a salary not dependent on the amount of care they provide. Dentists are only eligible for variable pay if they meet Kool Smiles quality and compliance standards.
Get Affordable Dental Care Today
Contact us today or visit our nearest office location to learn more about how we can provide your kids with the quality dental care they need at an affordable price.
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