If you don’t have dental insurance, money, or assistance, don’t lose heart. Kool Smiles can help you find a dentist for your kids and provide affordable, high quality dental care.
Dental care is important for children of all ages. In fact, children should see a dentist before their first birthday to make sure their teeth are developing properly. But finding an affordable dentist for your child can be difficult when you don’t have dental insurance.
Luckily, Kool Smiles has affordable payment options so your children can get the dental care they deserve.
Kool Smiles is a dentist office for kids that offers affordable care for all of our patients, including kids who are not covered by insurance.
We believe that everyone should have access to quality dental care, and that is why we accept payment options that make it simple for families without insurance to pay for care, including:
If you’re interested in paying for your child’s treatments through CareCredit, we can help you sign up for it in our office.
States are required to provide children covered by Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) with dental benefits. If your child is covered by Medicaid or CHIP, he or she can qualify for dental services for free.
Call your Medicaid provider to see if your child qualifies.
If your kids need a dentist but you don’t have insurance, you have options for getting affordable dental care with Kool Smiles. We always offer affordable dental care for kids and accept a wide number of payment options for our services, so even if you don’t have insurance, we can still treat your kids.
If you’re interested in seeing why Kool Smiles is a great dentist office for your kids, give us a call to make an appointment for your child today!
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