Medicaid helps millions of Americans afford proper dental care every year. Kool Smiles, a network of general dentists with a focus on children, accepts Medicaid at all of our locations.
You can call us today to make an appointment for your child, or enter your zip code to find your local Kool Smiles office.
Medicaid Dentists Make the Difference
Medicaid is a government program that helps cover the dental needs of children around the country.
At Kool Smiles, it’s part of our mission to provide affordable dental health care to all children, regardless of insurance coverage. By accepting Medicaid patients without limits, we help make that goal a reality.
In addition to Medicaid, we also accept other government funded programs like TRICARE and SCHIP, as well as most major insurance policies. You can also pay with cash, credit, or CareCredit.
The Kool Smiles Experience
We try to make each child’s visit to Kool Smiles a fun and memorable one. That’s why we’ve designed our offices for kids.
We Provide Kid-Friendly Environments
We have more than 120 locations and each one has brightly colored waiting rooms that help kids and parents feel welcome. Our waiting rooms are filled with toys and games so kids can relax before their dental appointment. Most of our offices even have full-sized playgrounds.
Our Dentists Offer a Learning Approach
Our friendly dentists all have experience working with children and will calmly guide you and your children through each procedure. We find that a “tell, show, do” approach helps kids understand what’s happening each time they come in for a treatment.
Between fun activities and interacting with our kid-friendly dentists, your kids will have positive memories of their dental visits.
Schedule an Appointment with a Kool Smiles Team Member Today
If you are ready to make Kool Smiles your children’s Medicaid dentist, give us a call today. The dentists at all of our convenient locations are ready to make sure your kids have beautiful, healthy smiles.
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