At Kool Smiles, we understand what being a kid is all about, and that’s why we make visiting the dentist fun. At the same time, we don’t want you to have to worry about high costs.
If you’re searching for high-quality and low-cost dental care for your kids, visit your local Kool Smiles today.
At Kool Smiles, we know that good dental health starts at a young age. Kids who have pleasant memories of seeing the dentist will be more likely to schedule regular dental exams and take pride in their teeth as adults.
That’s why we design our offices and procedures with your kids in mind, so that they’ll enjoy coming back again and again.
The kid-friendly dentists at Kool Smiles will explain to your kids every step of their treatment, show them what they plan to do, and then ask for permission to continue. By including your kids in the process and giving them some control, the entire visit becomes a fun and empowering learning experience.
Kool Smiles is committed to offering high-quality, affordable dental care to communities all over the United States. We have over 120 locations across the country that accept all kinds of payment methods, including Medicaid.
All of our dentists accept Medicaid without limiting the number of patients they’ll treat in a day. You can also pay for dental services with TRICARE, CareCredit, cash, credit cards, and most major insurance plans at all of our offices.
Kids should see a dentist every six months after their first birthday. If your kids are due for a routine appointment, or if they’re having problems with their teeth, they can find the dental care they need at Kool Smiles.
At Kool Smiles, we focus on kids’ dental care and work hard to make the experience as enjoyable as possible. Call us today to make an appointment for your kids with a Kool Smiles dentist near you.
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