Bringing your children to Kool Smiles for their dental care needs is one decision as a parent you don’t have to second guess.
Kool Smiles is a dental care provider just for kids, focused on making every visit affordable for parents and comfortable for their children. We believe all children deserve a bright smile and future.
Here at Kool Smiles we’re always accepting new patients, so you never have to worry about getting turned away. Our dental care professionals work to provide a safe, treatment approach geared just for kids. We recognize that making your child feel comfortable and calm can make all the difference.
That’s why we offer kid-friendly play zones at most locations, waiting rooms and treatment areas that allow families to accompany their child throughout the whole visit. For parents who choose not to go into the treatment area, most waiting rooms have hygienic viewing areas where they can observe their child’s dental care and safety.
Kool Smiles understands that knowing what to expect before, during, and after an appointment can take away and even prevent some of fears your child may have about dentists. With this in mind, we use a “tell, show, do” approach when explaining treatments to both kids and parents.
You may have questions or concerns after an appointment. Kool Smiles provides you and your child with step-by-step aftercare instructions such as supervising brushing at home.
Our dentists also offer extended Patient Support Center hours and award-winning electronic health records that allow multiple dentists to track and monitor your child’s treatment.
If you’ve been searching for affordable, quality dental professionals who just work with kids, Kool Smiles is the answer.
Don’t wait another minute! Call us and schedule an appointment today! Let’s give your child the smile he or she deserves.
Mouth Healthy: http://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/babies-and-kids
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