You only want the best for your children and that includes their dental care. When searching for a children’s dental office nearby, the last thing you want to see in the search engine is “no results.”
Kool Smiles strives to improve your access to quality care for your kids with over 120 conveniently located offices nationwide.
Not all dental offices are the same, and you want to make sure you’re getting the best care for your kids.
With that in mind, below are four things you should look for when choosing a dentist for your kids.
Our goal is to make your kids feel at home every time they come in for a visit. That’s why we designed our waiting area to be filled with games and fun activities. Many of our locations even have a playground for kids to climb on and explore.
Our dentists take extra care with kids and explain exactly what they’re doing and why it is important. We also allow parents to watch every procedure, so you can be sure your child is getting the quality care he or she deserves.
With tooth decay being the most common childhood disease, it’s very important to make sure your child maintains his or her oral health. Regularly visiting a dentist can be critical to your child’s long-term dental health.
At Kool Smiles, our goal is to provide all children with quality dental care. We treat treat children as young as one year old in our offices. No matter if a family has Medicaid, TRICARE, or no dental insurance, we have a wide range of payment options for you to afford our care.
Find your local Kool Smiles or call us today to schedule an appointment for your child.
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