If you’re looking for a dentistry for children, look to Kool Smiles. With more than 120 locations across the United States, you’ll likely find a Kool Smiles office near you.
We’re always accepting new patients, so give us a call today and make an appointment for your child.
Kool Smiles was founded to help make sure all children have access to dental care. Basic dental care includes brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist. When children get regular exams, dentists can try to stop tooth decay or gum disease before they lead to more serious problems.
Every Kool Smiles location accepts Medicaid, and we do not put limits on how many Medicaid patients we’ll see. We also accept TRICARE to support military families. Our goal is to make sure dental care is affordable, so even if you don’t have insurance, you can pay with cash or credit card.
CareCredit is also an option that allows you to make monthly payments instead of paying for the whole visit at once. If you’re interested in CareCredit, we can help you apply when you visit a Kool Smiles.
Visit a Kool Smiles office, and you’ll see that we want to make this experience as fun for kids as possible. We provide fun and engaging games and toys, and most of our offices have playgrounds. Plus, all of our staff are welcoming and experienced in working with kids.
Parents are always welcome to sit with their kids during an exam or watch from a special viewing area. This helps you and your child remain relaxed during the visit.
If your children need to visit the dentist, bring them to Kool Smiles. Our dentistry includes over 120 locations with general dentists as well as specialists. We’re prepared to deliver the care your kids need, and we’re always accepting new patients.
Call us today or make an appointment online.
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