Kool Smiles is a children’s dentistry dedicated to providing quality service to children across the country at affordable prices. With over 120 convenient locations, we aim to bring quality child dental care to an office near you, so that your children can receive dental treatment immediately and efficiently.
Each Kool Smiles location is staffed with professionals who are ready to give your child a comfortable and fun dental experience.
Our offices are specifically designed with kids in mind. Our waiting rooms are large and full of fun games and activities that your child will love. Most of our locations even have a full-set playground that younger kids can enjoy.
At Kool Smiles, we also keep parents in mind. All of our offices include special viewing areas so that you can watch your child’s teeth cleaning. You also have the option of going into the treatment room with your child.
All of our Kool Smiles general dentists use behavioral guidance techniques, such as the “tell, show, do” technique, to easily communicate with your children.
We are also staffed with multilingual professionals to effectively communicate with parents and children who don’t speak English. We offer translation services at no cost to you.
Having your kids receive regular dental cleanings and preventive services is important for many reasons. Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease throughout the United States. In fact, dental care is the most unmet need for children, with an estimated 17 million American children going without dental care each year.
To solve this problem, we provide many payment options for parents. We accept most major dental insurance including State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP) and TRICARE. We also have no limit to the number of Medicaid patients we accept per day.
Some of our other payment options include:
To find an affordable children’s dentistry near you, visit your local Kool Smiles. Enter your zip code to find your nearest location or call us today to make an appointment.
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