At Kool Smiles, our dentists focus on making dental care more affordable by accepting a wide range of insurance and payment options at each location. We have over 120 locations in the United States, allowing our customers to enjoy quality dental care with or without insurance.
Read on for more information on our insurance and payment options.
Many dental offices place limits on the insurance plans they accept. At Kool Smiles, we believe all children deserve quality dental care. Because of this, we accept a wide range of dental insurance in addition to other forms of payment.
Medicaid is one of the cheapest forms of dental insurance available and is accepted at all of our Kool Smiles locations. As a government-funded program, Medicaid is made available to qualifying children under the age of 21 and covers basic dental services.
If you don’t know whether you qualify for Medicaid, contact a Kool Smiles team member or visit this website.
Like Medicaid, TRICARE is also accepted at each Kool Smiles office. TRICARE is a health plan offered to military families and covers basic dental services like fillings, root canals, and more.
State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP) offer cost-friendly dental insurance to children based upon the state they live in.
We gladly accept a large number of insurance plans to give our customers plenty of options for affordable dental care.
Kool Smiles customers may pay with cash, credit cards, or use CareCredit to pay for their treatment.
At Kool Smiles, our dentists regularly work with children and are dedicated to providing quality care at an affordable price. Call us today to make your appointment.
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