Your child’s dental health impacts his or her overall health and wellness. Starting healthy dental habits early is very important, and that includes visiting a dentist twice a year.
Kool Smiles is a network of general dentists and specialists that focuses on treating kids. Give us a call to schedule an appointment for your child today.
Dental health care habits, when taught early on to children, can mean great oral health later on.
Some oral health topics that children should be taught are:
Our dentists at Kool Smiles are here to help your kids learn these important lessons and give you the information necessary to answer any of their questions.
While we strive to make trips to the dentist fun, we also take your child’s health very seriously. We want you to feel assured that your little one is in the care of fully licensed and compassionate dentists.
At Kool Smiles, we believe your child deserves quality care. That’s why our dental health providers continue trainings and review studies in an effort to stay at the forefront of new medical practices and findings.
Kool Smiles was founded in 2002 in response to a need for dental care in overlooked communities, and we have continued to provide top notch care ever since. We believe that every child deserves a healthy smile, teeth, and gums.
No child should be denied healthcare, and we proudly accept Medicaid (without limiting the number of patients we see), TRICARE, and most other types of insurance. For those without insurance, we accept cash, credit and CareCredit.
Kool Smiles is the children’s dental health care provider you and your child have been searching for. Give us a call today to set up an appointment, or find a location near you.
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