Are you looking for a great kid’s dentist that takes Medicaid in Georgia? If so, look no further than Kool Smiles.
At Kool Smiles, we believe that every child deserves quality dental care, which is why we accept Medicaid and TRICARE at all of our locations across the U.S., including our nine locations in Georgia.
Kool Smiles is an affordable dentist practice with locations all over Georgia. With more than 120 locations nationwide, there is sure to be a great kid-friendly Kool Smiles office near you.
At Kool Smiles, we accept Medicaid, so you can afford the dental care that your child needs. In addition to Medicaid, Kool Smiles happily accepts:
If your child has Medicaid dental coverage, many of your child’s necessary dental care treatments may be covered. In many cases, Medicaid will help cover the costs of annual dental exams, regular dental checkups, x-rays to check for decay and other oral issues, fluoride treatments, and more.
If you have questions about your Medicaid coverage, feel free to ask the friendly staff at your local Kool Smiles location during your child’s visit. We will be happy to help explain your Medicaid benefits to you.
At Kool Smiles, we believe that all children deserve great dental care, even if they don’t have insurance. We will be happy to speak with you about the needs of your child and the financial options available to you during your child’s visit.
Give us a call today or find the Kool Smiles dentists in GA so we can get your child on the path to great dental health.
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