What’s a Kool Kids smile? Sparkling teeth and healthy pink gums—that’s our priority at Kool Smiles. We created our dental practice for just that purpose: to help all children have a healthy smile.
Our dentists treat the whole family, but we specialize in taking care of children. We want their Kool Kids smile to last a lifetime.
At Kool Smiles, you’ll see how much we like kids the second you walk in the door.
Most of our offices have playgrounds, toys, and games for your children to enjoy while they wait for their appointment.
They’ll love coming to our offices and our staff loves having them. Plus, parents are welcome to stay with their children during their procedures or watch from a special viewing area.
We want to make it easy for you to get your kids to the dentist. That’s why we’re open on Saturdays and stay open longer hours during the week.
Our locations are local to you—we make it a point of putting our offices in areas that need dental care the most. Just type in your zip code to find the nearest office to you.
Tooth decay is the number one chronic illness facing kids—more than obesity, diabetes, or asthma.
Tooth decay is caused by bacteria in the mouth that speeds up the decaying process of teeth. Though it is largely preventable, 42% of kids have had cavities in their baby teeth.
Proper brushing and flossing, along with routine dental visits, will prevent tooth decay and stop small issues from becoming big problems.
We want your children to have a Kool Kids smile. Call us today or make an appointment online.
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