Finding a TRICARE dental provider for children can be a challenge. But Kool Smiles—a general dentist office for kids and their parents—is changing that.
Kool Smiles has over 120 locations nationwide, and we are proud to accept all forms of military insurance, including TRICARE. Keep reading to learn more about the dental services that TRICARE covers.
At Kool Smiles, our mission is to ensure your child receives high-quality dental care at an affordable price.
When you bring your family to Kool Smiles, you’ll find brightly colored waiting rooms and playground sets where your kids can relax before their appointment. Once their appointment begins, you can choose to go with your child into the exam room or watch the appointment from a viewing area right outside of the room.
We believe that military families nationwide should have access to great dental care. That’s why we have over 120 locations nationwide and each and every location accepts TRICARE, in addition to other forms of military insurance. In fact, we accept most forms of insurance, including Medicaid and state-specific plans.
Here are some of our other payment options:
Kool Smiles’ TRICARE general dentists are dedicated to helping your kids maintain healthy, beautiful smiles. We’ll teach your children how to properly brush and floss their teeth, and make sure they have the knowledge they need to maintain good oral hygiene.
At the end of your child’s appointment, we’ll go over your child’s exam and any further dental treatments he or she may need. In some cases, we can even perform additional services the same day.
With Kool Smiles, you won’t have to go far to find a TRICARE dental provider. Contact us today to make an appointment at a Kool Smiles location near you.
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