Most dentist offices don’t’ accept Medicaid patients, or limit the amount of Medicaid patients they see. However, Kool Smiles accepts Medicaid and never limits the amount of patients who have it.
With more than 120 locations across 15 states, the dentists at Kool Smiles are always happy to treat children who rely on Medicaid.
Nationwide, only about one third of dental offices accept Medicaid as a form of payment. Even the ones that do often place a limit on the number of Medicaid patients they will see in a day. Kool Smiles is the exception.
We accept Medicaid at each and every location and never put a cap on the number of Medicaid patients we will see. In fact, you don’t even need Medicaid to get quality dental care at Kool Smiles. Customers can pay by cash or credit card or take advantage of our partnership with CareCredit.
It’s easy to find out if you’re eligible for Medicaid benefits and enrolling in the program is just as simple. Fill out some basic information and you can be on your way to getting your kids the affordable dental care they deserve.
Medicaid helps cover basic medical and dental costs for children from households with limited income. Our acceptance of Medicaid is just one way we make dental care available and affordable for children. Here are some other benefits we offer:
If you have any questions about Medicaid and what kind of services your children may receive at Kool Smiles, just give us a call today and we’ll be happy to work with you.
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