For many Americans, finding a good dentist in their area can be hard enough. Finding a children’s dentist that accepts Medicaid can feel impossible.
But your search can begin — and end — at Kool Smiles. We are a kid-friendly dentist that proudly accepts Medicaid at each of our 120+ locations. To see if there’s a Kool Smiles near you, simply type in your zip code or check out a list of our locations.
If you’re covered by Medicaid and you’re considering Kool Smiles, here are a few things you should know.
At Kool Smiles, we’re always focused on making each child’s trip to the dentist fun and educational. Our offices are brightly colored and feature games and play areas for children while they wait for their appointment. Most of our locations even have full playground sets! Parents are welcome to go with their kids in the treatment room or watch the procedure from a special viewing area. Plus, all of our dentists have experience working with kids.
Request an appointment at Kool Smiles in just minutes using our online form, or by calling (855) 854-3621, and be confident bringing your child to a dentist that accepts Medicaid.
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