When it comes to choosing a dentist for your children, finding one who accepts your insurance is important.
At Kool Smiles, we gladly accept most major insurance plans, including state-specific insurance plans for children, Medicaid, and TRICARE to ensure that your child has access to the dental care they need.
Kool Smiles is a network of dentists focused on children’s dental care. To make an appointment at your local Kool Smiles office, simply call us today.
Our kid-friendly offices gladly accept most major insurance plans. In addition, Kool Smiles accepts an unlimited number of Medicaid patients each day.
Whether you have Medicaid, TRICARE, SCHIP, or another major insurance plan, Kool Smiles will happily provide dental service to your kids.
If you have questions about your coverage, the Kool Smiles staff is happy to speak with you to help you understand what your child’s dental insurance covers.
All dental insurance plans are different, and they cover different items. But your Kool Smiles dentist will be more than happy to discuss your dental health care plan benefits with you before your child’s procedures so you are never surprised by the cost of your child’s care.
Many health care plans cover the costs of preventative maintenance for your child and will usually cover the following procedures:
But what if you don’t have dental insurance? Kool Smiles has the answer for that as well.
No insurance? No problem. We always offer dental care that is affordable for all income levels, and we believe that cost should never keep children from the dental care they need.
We accept many forms of payment for your convenience, including cash, credit or debit card, and even CareCredit, so you can spread the cost of your child’s treatment out over time. We’ll even help you apply for CareCredit in our offices when you bring your child for treatment.
If you have questions about your family dental care insurance, or want to make an appointment for your child, give us a call today.
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