When your dentist recommends a dental crown or bridge, it is because these dental tools are the best way to save your child’s smile after an infection or injury to the tooth.
Your dentist may recommend a bridge if you have lost a tooth through infection or an injury, and they may recommend a dental crown if they need a strong anchor to attach the dental bridge to. In addition, a dental crown will be recommended if you have had a root canal treatment to save a tooth that had an infection.
If you have dental insurance, chances are your insurance plan covers at least a portion of the cost of dental crowns and bridges.
Kool Smiles happily accepts most major dental insurance plans, including Medicaid, TRICARE, SCHIP, and state-specific children’s health insurance plans to help you with the cost of your child’s dental crowns and bridges.
If you don’t have insurance, Kool Smiles offers many different payment options including cash, credit or debit cards, and even CareCredit, so you can spread out the cost of your child’s treatment over time.
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