Kool Smiles Dentistry Phone Number
If you are seeking a phone number for a dentist experienced in treating children, look no further. Kool Smiles is an affordable, kid-friendly dentist with more than 120 locations nationwide. Call us for an appointment today and start your kids on the road to healthy smiles for life.
Kool Smiles is all about convenience. Often located in underserved communities, an affordable dental clinic may be just down the street. We have over 120 locations in 15 states across the United States, and we have extended weekday and weekend hours to make dental care convenient.
Why Children Need Dental Care
More than 42% of kids ages 8-12 have tooth decay, making it the most common disease for children. Poor dental health in children can cause a variety of issues from pain to difficulty learning and speaking to poor self-esteem.
Even tooth trouble during early stages of development can lead to a lifetime of painful dental conditions.
Kool Smiles: The Affordable Answer to Cavities
While tooth decay is common among children, there are ways to prevent or stop it. Through proper hygiene at home and regular trips to the dentist, children can have healthy teeth. Screenings and cleanings are a must to maintain good oral health.
At Kool Smiles, we believe all children deserve high quality dental care at a price their parents can afford. We accept almost all forms of medical insurance. For those who do not have commercial insurance, we also accept Medicaid, state-sponsored children’s health insurance (SCHIP), TRICARE, cash and all major credit cards.
Call Kool Smiles Today
If you need to get in touch with a great dentist near you, give us a call today or visit Kool Smiles online. Don't wait to get your children the dental care they need.
National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research: http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/DataStatistics/FindDataByTopic/DentalCaries/DentalCariesChildren2to11.htm
Leeds, Grenville, & Lenark District Health Unit: http://www.healthunit.org/dental/infant_oral/caries.htm#sthash.obKasKAK.dpuf://www.healthunit.org/dental/infant_oral/caries.htm