Finding a dentist for your child is important. Whether you want your dental care provider to be a general or pediatric dentist, Kool Smiles can pair you with the right dental health provider for your child.
At select Kool Smiles locations, you can find pediatric dentists who specialize in taking care of children.
These dentists have studied beyond the four years of required dental school to be able to focus their dental health care practices primarily on:
Children’s dentists work to create an age-appropriate dental health care experience for kids of various ages.
Some of the dental health programs and treatments a pediatric dentist can offer are:
Kool Smiles understands that every kid is different, and that finding a dental care provider that works with your child’s individual needs and personality can make all the difference in the future.
That’s why we offer top-notch, fully licensed general dentistry professionals, as well as in-house pediatric dentists at select offices.
Kool Smiles knows that parents are busy. That’s why we strive to make your child’s oral health care convenient and affordable by offering:
If you’re looking for a children’s pediatric dentist near you, call Kool Smiles to set up an appointment for your child today.
Healthy Children: https://www.healthychildren.org/English/family-life/health-management/pediatric-specialists/Pages/What-is-a-Pediatric-Dentist.aspx
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: http://www.aapd.org/publications/brochures/
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