Children deserve a special dental office—one that can provide high quality service in a fun and relaxed environment. Kool Smiles is a nationwide network of dental offices that treats children. All of our offices have play areas and toys for children to entertain them while they wait for their appointment.
As a parent, you want the best dental care for your children at an affordable price. For some, this means finding a dentist office that accepts Medicaid and other state programs while offering flexible payment options.
No matter what your financial situation is, Kool Smiles has a solution that will work to cover your children’s dental costs.
We accept Medicaid, TRICARE, and CHIP at every location and never limit the number of Medicaid patients we see in one day. We also accept several state-specific insurance providers and most major private insurance plans.
Parents without insurance can pay with cash, credit card, or CareCredit for their child’s services.
Our network of dental offices offers a wide range of services from common dental procedures to orthodontics. Our services vary by location, so check out our list of locations or call us to determine service availability—our friendly team members are happy to help.
At Kool Smiles, we want to provide the best service possible to our patients. By choosing us as your children’s dental office, you are choosing a network of professionals who genuinely care about your children and their dental health.
A recent report found that 97% of our patients said they would recommend us to friends and family and would return to us for dental treatment.
Make an appointment online or call us today to see why so many parents choose Kool Smiles for their children.
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