How To Find A Dentist That Accepts Medicaid for Children
If your family is covered by Medicaid, bring your kids to Kool Smiles. We are a network of dental providers committed to providing quality care for children at an affordable price. Cost should never get in the way of paying for a visit to the dentist, especially for children in need of a dental treatment.
Kool Smiles Dentists Accept Medicaid
Unlike some dental offices that limit the number of Medicaid patients they see, we open our doors to all children covered by Medicaid. By not limiting the number of patients we see, we are able to provide quality care to more children.
We have over 120 locations nationwide, and at each Kool Smiles location, you will find:
Offices built specifically for children with brightly colored and oversized waiting areas
Games and activities for children to play with while they wait for their appointment
Special viewing areas where parents can observe cleanings if they choose not to go with their child into the treatment room
Our friendly staff of dental professionals is dedicated to providing children with quality dental care in a safe and fun environment. After your child’s visit, our general dentists will discuss the overall health of your child’s teeth and any extra dental work they might need.
Medicaid typically covers dental services for children, but coverage can change based on your state. Call Kool Smiles today to find out which services are covered by Medicaid in your state.
Why Kool Smiles?
One of our main goals at Kool Smiles is to make sure that all of your children’s dental care needs are met. To help meet that goal, many of our offices offer advanced services and treatments, including wisdom teeth removal and orthodontics.
We also accept most other forms of dental insurance, including state-specific plans and all forms of military insurance, such as TRICARE.
Call Today for Affordable Treatment Options
Call us today to learn about our affordable dental services and schedule your appointment with one of our qualified dentists today.
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