Whether your child needs a simple yearly checkup or needs major dental work, it’s important to find a great dentist near you.
Kool Smiles is a great choice for any parent searching for quality dental care for their children. We even accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid and TRICARE.
Finding a Dentist: Why Kool Smiles?
At Kool Smiles, we understand that you have options when it comes to finding a dentist near you. Because of this, we strive to make every patient experience a remarkable one. In a recent survey, 97% of Kool Smiles patients said they would recommend us to friends and family and that they would likely return for dental care.
Below are a few things that make Kool Smiles a great choice for parents:
We take Medicaid—We stress this point because less than half of general dentists accept Medicaid, and the dentists that do will sometimes limit the number of Medicaid patients they see each day. This means that some patients may get turned away for dental care.
We don’t limit the amount of patients we see—Not only does every Kool Smiles location accept Medicaid, we never limit the number of Medicaid patients we will see. And we never turn away patients for care because they receive Medicaid.
We take other insurance plans—Check out this complete list of accepted insurance plans. We can also help you apply for CareCredit to help cover the cost of treatments.
Our offices are perfect for kids—Each of our locations are kid-friendly, with bright colors and playful art. Our waiting areas have large play spaces and some of our offices have playgrounds for children.
Our dentists use a “tell, show, do” technique—They thoroughly explain and show you and your child what will happen during the exam before the examination actually begins. This helps make your child’s dental treatment a positive experience.
Finding a dentist near you is simple—Kool Smiles has over 120 locations nationwide, so finding an office in your neighborhood is simple.
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