At Kool Smiles, we proudly accept Medicaid at all of our offices. To help bridge the gap between Medicaid patients and quality dental care, we have made it our mission to provide affordable, quality dental services to patients in our communities.
We accept Medicaid, TRICARE, SCHIP, and other programs at every location and never limit the number of Medicaid patients we will see.
Besides accepting Medicaid, there are several reasons why choosing a Kool Smiles dentist for your child is a great choice.
1. Experience. Our network of dental professionals includes general, family, and pediatric dentists—all of which have experience working with children.
Our general dentists are required to attend quarterly continuing education classes and in-office training sessions to ensure they are up-to-date on the latest dental trends and procedures.
2. Atmosphere. Every Kool Smiles location strives to create a fun and friendly environment for children. Our offices are decorated in fun colors and have waiting rooms with large play areas.
We also provide a viewing area for parents where you can watch your child receive his or her dental treatment. Of course, you are also welcome to join your child in the treatment area, as well.
3. Payment options. Kool Smiles makes it easy to pay for your child’s dental treatment with or without insurance. If you do not have insurance, you can pay using cash, credit card, Medicaid, TRICARE, or CareCredit.
Speak to a Kool Smiles team member today about more affordable payment options.
4. Reputation. Every dental professional at Kool Smiles strives to provide outstanding service to every patient that we see. In fact, a recent survey found that 97% of our patients said they would return to Kool Smiles and recommend us to family and friends.
As one of the few networks of dentists that accept Medicaid, Kool Smiles is eager to provide you and your family with the dental care you need. Find a Kool Smiles near you and make an appointment for your child today.
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