Imagine your kids looking forward to going to the dentist. Imagine that while you’re there, you and your kids are treated like family, and your kids get high-quality dental care that you can afford. Imagine convenient hours and easy payment options.
At Kool Smiles, you can have all of this and more! We make children smile with quality dental care provided by kid-friendly dentists in a fun, playful setting. Find a Kool Smiles location near you or call (855) 854-3621 to make an appointment today!
Kool Smiles was founded with one goal in mind: to bring healthy smiles to children in all families, regardless of income or where they live. This mission arose in response to studies finding that dental care is the number one unmet healthcare need in America. This crisis affects children the most, especially children in lower-income areas.
At Kool Smiles, we know that keeping kids happy with their dental care means better dental health. Our offices are equipped with games, activities and even playgrounds in many locations to keep kids happily entertained while they wait.
Our kid-friendly dentists treat children with compassion and respect by explaining each step of their cleaning and treatment and asking permission to take each next step.
We teach kids proper brushing and flossing techniques and other facts about good dental care. Your children’s smiles will be even brighter and wider after their visit to Kool Smiles, and you can be sure they will want to return. In fact, 97% of our patients say they will return to Kool Smiles and recommend our dental care to their friends and family.
Of course, you’ll be glad that your kids will enjoy their trips to the dentist. You’ll be even happier to learn that our fees are some of the lowest in the country. We welcome most private and government-sponsored insurance plans, including:
More importantly, we never limit the number of Medicaid patients we treat in a day.
We also accept cash and credit payments as well as CareCredit healthcare credit cards, which allow you to pay for dental care services in smaller monthly payments. If you would like to apply for CareCredit, we will be happy to assist you right here in our office.
Find a Kool Smiles location near you and call us at (855) 854-3621 to experience how our dental care is committed to children’s smiles!
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