Dentists that accept Medicaid are easy to find when you search for Kool Smiles offices. We have over 120 locations in 15 states, and every office accepts Medicaid.
Plus, our dentists work with children every day, so you can be sure your kids get the care they need at a price you can afford.
In addition to Medicaid, we also accept TRICARE, as well as most major insurance plans. View a full list of our accepted insurance plans. Even if you don’t have insurance, we accept cash and credit card, and our services are low-cost so that everyone can afford care for their kids.
It’s hard enough getting kids to the dentist, but having to travel far to get there makes it even harder. That’s one of the reasons why we open our offices in places where other dentists don’t. We have hundreds of locations—just type in your zip code to find one close to you.
In addition to our convenient locations, we know that convenient hours are a big plus for parents. Taking a day off from work to get your child to the dentist isn’t always an option, so we have extended weekday hours and hours on Saturday in some select locations.
It’s easy to make an appointment and we are always accepting new patients.
Going to the dentist should be a fun, friendly, and educational adventure for your kids. When you visit Kool Smiles, you’ll notice the brightly colored walls and games available to entertain your child. Some of our offices even have playgrounds.
Our friendly team members are welcoming and really take the time to teach your kids how to take care of their teeth. To see a dentist that accepts Medicaid, call Kool Smiles today and make an appointment for your child.
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