Are you looking for a free dental exam for your kids? Kool Smiles is all about affordable children’s dental care. Find out about the ways we provide dental exams for your kids at no cost to you. Then give us a call today to make an appointment for your child.
There are several ways children may be eligible for free dental exams. The easiest option is through employer-provided dental insurance. But what if you don’t have insurance or you have bad credit?
There are options available, and here’s how Kool Smiles makes it possible:
Even if the above options don’t work for you, Kool Smiles prices are still low and affordable. In addition to Medicaid, TRICARE, SCHIP and most major insurance providers, we also accept CareCredit.
CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that allows you to pay for your child’s dental care, and then make monthly payments on the balance. Additionally, we accept cash and credit.
Our goal is to make sure your child gets the dental care he or she needs, regardless of insurance. If you have questions about what your insurance covers, or how you can get a free dental exam for your child, give us a call today.
We’re always accepting new patients, and we’ll be happy to connect you with your local Kool Smiles office.
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