One look at our Kool Smiles offices and you’ll know you’re not at just any dentist’s office. Designed with kids in mind, all Kool Smiles locations provide kids with fun activities when they arrive.
Our kid-friendly dentists know how to put your child at ease and provide dental care that encourages a life-long commitment to healthy teeth.
At Kool Smiles, we understand that taking kids to see the dentist can be challenging if you have a busy schedule. We make it easy on you and your child by offering convenient locations with extended weekday and Saturday hours.
Plus, our offices offer brightly colored, cheerful play areas where kids can relax before they see the dentist.
You’ll also find that our treatment areas are large, allowing you to be with your child during the entire visit. If you prefer to not go into the examination room, you can watch your child’s exam from a viewing area.
Not only have we designed our offices to meet your child’s needs, but our costs are designed to fit your budget. Our goal is to make sure that all kids can get the quality care they need, without worrying about cost. That’s why we accept most major insurance providers, as well as Medicaid, TRICARE, CareCredit and other payment methods.
If your children haven’t seen a dentist, they may have tooth decay that you don’t know about. Cavities can have serious consequences for kids as they grow older. Painful toothaches, cavities, or lost teeth can make it hard for kids to:
At Kool Smiles, your child’s dental health is our top concern. Find a Kool Smiles location near you or call us today to schedule an appointment.
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