If you’re looking for a good pediatric dentist near you, consider bringing your child to Kool Smiles. All of our dentists are experienced in treating children and some of our offices even have pediatric dentists on site.
Call Kool Smiles today to schedule an appointment for your child.
A pediatric dentist is a specialist who has extra years of dental training. Pediatric dentists provide oral health care to children from the time they’re babies, all the way through their teen years, and perform basic services such as routine exams, x-rays, and fillings.
If your child has serious dental problems—such as cavities below the gum line or special health conditions—you may want to take them to a pediatric dentist.
For general care, cleanings, or cavity treatments, a general dentist is a great option and usually much more affordable.
Aside from completing the necessary training it takes to become a pediatric specialist, a good pediatric dentist will:
Visit Kool Smiles to determine if your child needs a pediatric dentist. During your visit, we can let you know exactly what type of dentist your child needs.
If your child doesn’t need a pediatric specialist, our general dentists will ensure good dental care throughout the visit.
If your child does need to see a pediatric dentist, many of our Kool Smiles offices have pediatric dentists that are available to help. If your local office doesn’t have a pediatric dentist, we can refer you to a great one nearby.
At Kool Smiles, our general and pediatric dentists make children feel comfortable before, during, and after their appointment.
Our brightly colored waiting rooms and play areas make our offices the perfect place for kids to have a fun dental experience. Most of our locations even have a playground for younger children to enjoy.
In regard to payment options, Kool Smiles accepts a variety of plans, including:
If you have questions about payment options, be sure to call your local office today to see what plans we take.
There is no reason for your child to miss out on high quality and affordable dental care. Find a good pediatric dentist today by making an appointment or calling a Kool Smiles office near you.
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