Kool Smiles is a kid-friendly dentist, and with over 120 locations throughout the U.S., there may be a dentist near you. Use our location finder to search for your local Kool Smiles office and see how we can serve your child’s dental needs today.
Once you find a convenient location, making an appointment is easy. Just give us a call at 855-854-3621 or fill out our online form and let us call you. You can even download your necessary patient forms from our website to get you in and out of your appointment with ease.
Kool Smiles provides kids as young as one year old with both preventative and restorative care and select locations even offer advanced services such as orthodontics and general anesthesia. But that’s not the only way we serve kids. Our commitment to a fun and friendly atmosphere takes away any fear of going to the dentist.
We are so dedicated to providing a safe, fun and comfortable environment for children of all ages. A study reported by Advanced Dental Care showed that at least 40 percent of children have some degree of dental phobia and that fear may even be hereditary.
Take your kids to a Kool Smiles dentist near you, or give us a call at (855) 854-3621, and change the way they feel about the dentist forever!
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