As the cost of dental care rises, paying for the dental care your child needs can be a challenge, especially for families without dental insurance.
CareCredit is a health and wellness credit card that allows you to make convenient monthly payments on healthcare treatments and procedures. With CareCredit, you can finance your child’s preventive and cosmetic dental procedures, such as:
A dental credit card is helpful in paying for dental services, but it’s important to keep prices low to begin with. The secret to doing that is finding a low-cost dental office.
Kool Smiles provides high-quality dental care at affordable prices. We also accept CareCredit at all of our 120+ offices. We’ll even help you apply when you’re in our office.
At Kool Smiles, we believe all kids should have access to affordable dental care. That is why we accept most forms of insurance, including Medicaid, TRICARE, and several state-specific plans. We also have options for patients without insurance, including cash and other types of credit cards.
Each of our offices has friendly staff and dentists that are experienced in working with young kids and teenagers. Our large, colorful waiting rooms have play areas that help kids relax and have fun before their appointment.
If you’re worried about paying for your child’s dental care, or you simply want to know your options, come to Kool Smiles. We’re happy to answer any questions you have, help you sign up for CareCredit, or walk you through other payment options that might work better for you.
We’ll do everything we can to make sure your child has access to excellent dental care at a price you can afford.
Find your Kool Smiles location online, or give us a call to make an appointment today.
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