For many parents, paying for their children’s dental care can be a challenge, especially when it’s hard to find affordable care in the first place. Dental financing and payment method options at Kool Smiles can help your children get the quality care they need, all at an affordable cost.
Dental care can be expensive, but finding affordable care doesn’t have to be difficult. At Kool Smiles, we offer many ways to finance your children’s dental procedures, including:
When you visit your local Kool Smiles, our dentists can help you decide which dental financing or payment method is best for your children. After our dentists take a look at your child’s teeth, they can provide a price estimate for any dental work needed.
Kool Smiles has over 120 locations nationwide, and many offices that offer special services, like orthodontics. Contact us today with any questions about payment methods, insurance, or dental financing. We’re happy to answer your questions and help make an appointment for your child.
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