Are you trying to find a dentist office that can provide care for your children? At Kool Smiles, we offer affordable, quality care at our 120 locations across the US.
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The first thing you should look for in any dentist you choose is quality dental care. At Kool Smiles, our dentists are licensed and certified, and they also train to stay updated on new dental techniques.
For a child to enjoy going to the dentist, the experience needs to be welcoming and fun. To make sure each child enjoys his or her time at Kool Smiles, we provide games and activities to keep them entertained. Some of our offices even include a playground.
We welcome parents to sit in with their child during their treatment if that will help make the child and parent more comfortable. Parents are also given the option to watch the treatment from a special viewing area.
Another perk for parents is that we have extended hours during the week, and many of our offices are also open on Saturday. We want to make going to the dentist as simple and convenient as possible. Make an appointment online for your children.
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We think all children should have access to a healthy smile, and that it should be affordable for parents. We’re proud to accept Medicaid at all of our offices, along with TRICARE and many other insurance plans. Even if you don’t have insurance, you can still pay with cash or credit.
Call Kool Smiles today and be confident that you’ve found a dentist office that will provide quality care at an affordable price for your kids.
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