If you have Medicaid or TRICARE and live in Maryland, you’ll be happy to know that at Kool Smiles, we will happily take your dental coverage for your child’s care. You can trust that we will provide your child with the best care possible at a price you can afford.
Although every insurance is different, Medicaid in Maryland covers many of your child’s necessary dental treatments and procedures—like annual checkups, cleanings, x-rays, and more.
If you have questions about your coverage, contact your provider, or find the nearest Kool Smiles and talk to a friendly member on our staff. We can help you understand your insurance coverage so you can make the best choices for your child’s dental care.
At Kool Smiles, we specialize in low-cost dental care for your children. To make it even easier for you to afford the quality dental care that your children deserve, we also accept many payment options in addition to Medicaid, such as TRICARE, SCHIP, and other state-specific insurance programs.
We’ll accept credit or debit cards, and even CareCredit. With Care Credit you can spread out the cost of your child’s procedure over time to make it even more affordable.
If you don’t already have CareCredit, we’ll be happy to help you apply for it in one of our offices.
Don’t let the cost of dental treatments keep your children from the dental care that they deserve. Visit one of our 120 offices across the country today so your child can have a healthy, happy smile for life.
Call one of our offices to make an appointment for your child today!
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