At Kool Smiles, we know how busy you and your children are during the week. Because we are committed to convenient dental care, our offices are open on weekends, and we have extended hours during the week. Visit Kool Smiles online or call us today for more information on extended hours.
We offer a wide range of weekend hours as well as extended weekday hours to give you plenty of convenient choices for your child’s appointment. While most of our offices have the following hours, check with your local Kool Smiles, or call us to determine the specific hours at your closes Kool Smiles location.
Mon-Fri: 9 AM—6 PM
Saturday: 9 AM—2 PM
Note that these hours may change on holidays.
Our mission is to provide high-quality dental care to children living in areas with few other dentists. We pride ourselves on making our dental care affordable, so we accept most major insurances as well as Medicaid and TRICARE.
We also want to make sure all children feel welcome by our staff and enjoy their time before seeing the dentist. That’s why you’ll find a play area with toys and games in our offices, as well as a playground at specific locations.
Over 97% of our clients say they will return to Kool Smiles, so we’re confident that once you and your kids visit a Kool Smiles, you’ll want to come back, too.
Want to hear what other Kool Smiles patients are saying about us? Check out some reviews of Kool Smiles dentists, and learn why you’ll love us too.
Find a Kool Smiles location near you or call us today to make a weekend appointment for your child with one of our dentists.
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