Are you having trouble finding dentists that take Medicaid? Many dentists don’t accept Medicaid, or they limit the number of patients they see daily, making it hard to find a dentist for your child.
However, the dentists at Kool Smiles accept all children covered by Medicaid and don’t limit the amount of Medicaid patients they see.
If your family is covered by Medicaid, contact Kool Smiles to make an appointment for you child, and know he or she will get the excellent care they deserve. Every Kool Smiles location accepts Medicaid patients without limiting the number of patients we see.
In addition to Medicaid, we also accept TRICARE, SCHIP, and most state-funded insurance programs. Plus, we accept a number of insurance policies and payment options to make sure all the children who visit our offices are able to get great dental care.
Other payment options include:
Not only are our services affordable, our dentists are kid-friendly too.
Not every dentist you find will have lots of experience working with kids. But at Kool Smiles, that’s not the case. All of our dentists work with kids and are experienced in helping teach while they treat the child.
Plus, our offices are designed with kids in mind. Our walls are brightly colored, and we have games and activities to keep kids entertained. Most of our offices even have a playground to keep the kids occupied.
Every child needs dental care, and whether you have Medicaid, another type of insurance, or no insurance at all, Kool Smiles dentists are happy to work with you to make sure your child’s needs are met.
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