Tooth decay remains one of the top chronic diseases in the United States. Cost and care access are two of the main reasons children go untreated.
Kool Smiles understands this issues, and that’s why the foundation of our business is built on the belief that all kids should receive quality and affordable dental care.
Around 80% of the country’s dentists do not accept Medicaid, and those that do often limit the number of patients they’ll see.
At Kool Smiles, we accept Medicaid coverage at all of our locations nationwide and we never limit the number of Medicaid patients we treat.
We also accept TRICARE and many other insurance plans. If you don’t have insurance, we make payment simple with cash and credit options as well as CareCredit, which we can help you sign up for in our office.
We never want expense to be a factor in the health of your children’s teeth. We work hard to allow children to get proper dental health care at an affordable price.
Kool Smiles has over 120 locations throughout the U.S. and our extended weekday and weekend hours make it easier for working parents to bring their kids in.
We also partner with our surrounding community to offer dental service events such as Sharing Smiles Day—a time when Kool Smiles provides free dental services to children without insurance.
We aim to make visits to the dentist something your child looks forward to. We do this by:
Kool Smiles was created with kids in mind, and we want to help children all over the country. We’re here to make sure your kids gets the smile and dental care they deserve.
Call your local Kool Smiles and set up an appointment today.
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