Dental care for your child can be expensive and if your little one needs to have an operation or other major dental work, it’s important to find affordable dental financing and payment plans for bad credit.
There are alternatives to finding the credit you need as well as other tips for your child’s dental needs. Learn more at your local Kool Smiles.
At Kool Smiles, our team works hard to keep costs down, making our services more affordable. We do recognize that even these efforts can still keep dental work just out of reach for some families.
That’s why we accept CareCredit. Our friendly staff can even help you apply for this alternative form of credit in our offices. We encourage you to pursue this opportunity and take back the control of your child’s dental health.
The CareCredit healthcare credit card can assist you in receiving the dental work and procedures your child needs.
This program covers a variety of dental care, including:
It’s time your child begins his or her journey to a brighter and healthier smile. Remember—regular checkups by experienced dental professionals can actually improve your kid’s health and general well-being by identifying and fixing problems before they start.
Though we know how effective CareCredit can be, we always recommend being prepared and trying to save for dental work, if possible. The first step is to contact your insurance company because Kool Smiles accepts most major insurance plans, including Medicaid, SCHIP, and United Concordia’s TRICARE.
Next, have your child get an evaluation with one of our dentists, which will include an x-ray and complete exam. This way, we can provide an estimate of all the dental work your little one needs. By doing this, you can prioritize your child’s dental work through smart, careful consideration of his or her needs and local resources.
Contact Kool Smiles today to learn more about dental financing options for bad credit and schedule an appointment for your child.
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