Kool Smiles dentists want kids to be proud of their smiles. We create a welcoming environment and teach kids all about healthy dental health. Our offices are fun and engaging, and most even have playgrounds.
Bring your child to Kool Smiles for a high-quality, affordable dental appointment.
The first reason to choose any dentist is the quality of care they provide. All our dentists are licensed professionals, some with specialties like pediatric dentistry or orthodontics. They receive regular on-going training in new dental techniques and technologies to provide the most current services to your child.
We take feedback from our patients very seriously, and we’re proud to say that 97% of our patients would recommend us to friends and family.
We accept Medicaid at all our offices, in addition to TRICARE, SCHIP, and other state insurance programs. We also accept:
At Kool Smiles, we understand that working parents might not always be able to take off work to bring their kids in, so we’ve established extended weekday and weekend hours to give you more options.
We’re also committed to making sure your kids are comfortable when they’re in our office. So, when your child comes for a visit, we’ll explain why dental health is important, and how we are going to help.
With a “tell, show, do” approach, we explain the procedure before actually doing it. We’ve found this helps children relax and understand what is happening to them.
We love to see kids smile, and it’s our priority to make that happen. Don’t let the cost of dental care keep you from getting your child treatment.
Make an appointment today by calling us or visiting your local Kool Smiles office. We’re always accepting new patients and we look forward to making sure your child has a healthy, happy, and confident smile.
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