Nearly one in four kids develops cavities before the age of five. It’s important to make sure that your child uses proper dental health care to keep a healthy smile.
Bring your kids in to your local Kool Smiles. We’re a general dentistry that focuses on providing high quality, affordable dental treatment to kids.
Kool Smiles was founded in 2002 so that all kids across the country could have access to quality dental care at an affordable price. Our general dentists focus on kids to make sure their smiles stay healthy and bright.
Kids love our welcoming offices which have brightly colored waiting rooms filled with toys and games. Most of our locations even have full-sized playgrounds for kids to play on.
Our offices also have viewing areas for parents to watch their children during the dental appointment if they choose not to go into the treatment area with their children.
Kool Smiles offers a wide variety of services including:
Many of our offices also offer other dental services such as orthodontics, wisdom teeth removal, and pediatric dental treatments.
Our dentists use special behavioral guidance techniques like “tell, show, do” to walk kids through the dental treatment before they begin the procedure.
It’s our goal to make every child that walks through our doors smile and feel comfortable.
We have over 120 convenient locations around the country with extended hours during the weekdays and weekends. Many of our offices offer translation services as well so that more children have the chance for quality dental treatment.
All our services are affordable for those with or without insurance. We accept TRICARE, SCHIP, and Medicaid without limiting the number of patients with Medicaid that we see. We also accept cash, credit, CareCredit, and most major insurance plans.
Call us today or find a Kool Smiles location near you to set up an appointment for your child. We’re always accepting new patients at our dental offices.
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