Good dental health is available for everyone. Even if you have no insurance or bad credit, there are options to make sure your children can visit the dentist. Most importantly, your kids can have high-quality care if they visit Kool Smiles.
Even though Kool Smiles accepts almost every major dental insurance provider, there are also options for people with no insurance and bad credit.
Kool Smiles accepts Medicaid, most state-sponsored children’s health insurance (SCHIP), and TRICARE. We’ll also accept cash, credit, or CareCredit. If you would like, we’ll even help you apply for CareCredit when you visit our offices.
Tooth decay is a major health problem for many children. Because cavities can create lifelong suffering, children should visit the dentist as soon as they their first tooth appears or when they turn one year old.
Don’t let having no insurance or bad credit keep your children from having healthy teeth.
Kool Smiles offers a fun and exciting experience for children. Each waiting room is designed with kids in mind, featuring bright colors and usually a playground for younger children to play on.
Parents have the option of watching their child’s dental appointment from a viewing area or they can enter the treatment room so everyone feels more comfortable.
With over 120-plus offices over the country, take advantage of this opportunity to get your children the dental treatment they need, even with bad credit and no insurance. Call us today or visit Kool Smiles online to schedule your child’s first visit.
USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/03/02/cavities-children-teeth/5561911/
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