When your child needs emergency dental services, don’t waste precious time searching the Internet or phone book for a dentist who can see them right away.
If the emergency is life threatening, call 911 immediately. If not, contact Kool Smiles and we can treat your child right away.
While some problems can wait until a regular dentist appointment, some issues are so severe that they require same-day emergency dental services.
Some dental issues that need immediate attention could be:
If the emergency is more serious and requires immediate medical attention, please call 911 right away or take your child to the nearest hospital.
All current Kool Smiles patients have access to our emergency medical services. We have over 120 locations throughout the United States so that we can provide emergency dental care to our patients.
Kool Smiles patients with dental emergencies can find one of our convenient locations online.
We offer a wide variety of emergency dental services and always provide affordable payment options when you come in for a visit. If the emergency isn’t life threatening, it is more cost effective for Kool Smiles patients to come to one of our offices than go to the ER.
All Kool Smiles dentists accept Medicaid and most major insurance plans, including State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP) and TRICARE.
The best way to help your child is to have a plan so that you’re ready for emergencies. Set up an appointment for your child at Kool Smiles, so that when an emergency does happen, we’ll be prepared and able to help your child.
Call us today—we happily accept new patients every day.
If your child has a true dental emergency that might be life threatening, please call 911 right away.
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