Finding a dentist that’s open on Saturday is key for busy parents who need to find care for their child. Rather than leaving work early or taking your child out of school, you can make sure your child gets the dental care they need at Kool Smiles.
Kool Smiles offers Saturday hours, as well as extended hours during the week.
Tooth decay is the most common children’s disease among kids aged six to 11. One major reason why tooth decay is so common is because kids aren’t going to the dentist at an early age. At Kool Smiles, our general dentists work with kids across the country to reverse this trend.
There’s no better way to teach your child about healthy teeth and prevent cavities than by visiting the nearest Kool Smiles for regularly scheduled cleanings.
Parents and kids love coming to Kool Smiles for the Kool Experience. Our offices are designed for kids with our oversized, brightly colored waiting rooms filled with games and activities. Most of our locations even have a full playground set for younger kids to play on.
Our general dentists are experienced in working with kids and provide a fun and educational visit. They can teach your child how to properly brush and floss their teeth so they can maintain good oral health between visits.
Our insurance and payment options allow parents to afford their child’s dental services. We accept major insurance providers, TRICARE, SCHIP, and Medicaid without limiting the number of patients we see.
We can also help families without insurance enroll in CareCredit to help finance your child’s dental care. Some of our other payment options include cash, debit cards, and credit cards.
If you’re in need of a dentist open on Saturday that’s kid-friendly and parent-approved, consider Kool Smiles for all of your child’s dental needs. For more information about our services and office hours, give us a call today.
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