For a lot of kids, going to the dentist doesn’t seem like a cool experience, especially when the actual dental office is plain and boring. But bringing your kids to Kool Smiles—the coolest dental office in the nation—can change your child’s opinion.
Our spacious waiting areas and brightly colored offices are designed to make your kids feel comfortable before and during their appointment. And the fun doesn’t end there!
When you bring your children to Kool Smiles, you won’t have to worry about keeping them busy while you check them in for their appointment.
Every Kool Smiles location has in-office entertainment and most offices have playgrounds where kids can relax and have fun before their appointment begins.
“The office is beautiful, clean, and entertaining…” – The Ramirez Family
Not only are our dental offices cool and fun, they are filled with friendly and caring staff that have experience working with children. We’ll teach your children the importance of taking care of their teeth and show them how to properly brush and floss.
Dental care at Kool Smiles is also affordable. In fact, we accept most types of insurance, including Medicaid, state health insurance plans (SCHIP), and all forms of military insurance, such as TRICARE.
For families that self-pay, we have cash and credit options, including CareCredit—a health and wellness credit card. If you would like, our friendly team members can help you sign up for CareCredit right in our office.
Don’t take your kids to just any old dental office. Bring your kids to Kool Smiles, the coolest dental office around. Call us today to find a location near you and make an appointment for your child.
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