When it comes to the dental health of your child, you might be wondering about the cost of a dental exam and cleaning. There are some dentists, like Kool Smiles, committed to providing more affordable dental care for all children.
To determine the cost of a dental exam, cleaning, or other services call your local Kool Smiles today.
The average cost of dental cleanings and exams can range from:
However, prices may vary based on the dentist you go to and how much your insurance covers.
Kool Smiles is dedicated to providing dental care to children who need it. We want to make dental care as convenient and affordable as possible. Here a few ways we do it:
Not only do we make your child’s dental care affordable, we make it fun. Kool Smiles offices are built for children with our brightly colored offices and waiting rooms that are filled with toys and games to help children relax and have fun.
The cost of a dental exam and cleaning is minimal when compared to our children’s health. Plug your zip code into our website and find a Kool Smiles location near you or call us today to schedule an appointment.
NIDCRL Oral Health in America: http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/DataStatistics/SurgeonGeneral/Report/ExecutiveSummary.htm#majorFindings
Parents Magazine: http://www.parents.com/baby/health/baby-teeth/cavities/
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