Trying to find a dentist that takes Medicaid can be difficult. At Kool Smiles, we make it easy to find a dental provider that takes Medicaid by accepting the coverage at every one of our locations. Read on to learn where you can find a dentist that takes Medicaid near you.
With our 100% Medicaid acceptance rate, we make it easy for parents to find dental treatment for their children.
Accepting Medicaid is just one way Kool Smiles makes the dental experience enjoyable for both parents and children. Our brightly-colored offices feature play areas and games, making children feel comfortable when visiting the dentist.
Additionally, our team of dentists are experienced in working with kids. We offer extended hours during the week and nearly all of our offices are open on Saturdays, giving you the flexibility to schedule your child’s appointment during a time that works best for you.
In addition to Medicaid, we also accept TRICARE as well as a large number of State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP). If you don’t have any insurance at all, you can still pay by cash, credit card, or CareCredit.
Give us a call today to find your closest Kool Smiles office and make an appointment with one of our qualified dentists.
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