Kool Smiles provides a unique experience for your children’s dentistry needs. Our mission is to make sure your dental experience is great for the whole family. We believe that quality care and great customer service are at the heart of your visit. 97% of Kool Smiles patients say they’ll refer us to their friends and family after their visit.
It can be difficult to find great dental care for your children. At Kool Smiles, we believe that a dentistry should offer quality care at affordable prices. It is our mission to provide great dental care from experienced dentists in a fun, clean, and welcoming environment.
You’ll begin your child’s appointment in our large, fun-filled waiting room. In addition to games and toys, some of our offices even have playgrounds. Additionally, all of our staff members are trained to provide your child with the best care during their visit.
Kool Smiles accepts Medicaid and other insurance plans at all of our 120+ nationwide locations. Here are a list of payments that Kool Smiles accepts:
Since Medicaid coverage can vary by state, call Kool Smiles today to find out which Medicaid services are covered in your state.
Kool Smiles offers a variety of dental services to our patients, including pediatric dental services and orthodontics.
We provide preventative care, x-rays, and a full range of restorative procedures. Our staff is determined to make each visit as caring and informative as possible.
Orthodontics is a specific kind of dentistry care for people who have crooked teeth or teeth that aren’t aligned when they close their mouth. Some orthodontists will wait until all of your child’s adult teeth have grown in to fit them for braces, and some will want to use braces earlier if your child has noticeable problems with their bite or jaw.
Wisdom teeth are the teeth in the back of your mouth that grow in during your late teens or early twenties. Not everybody has wisdom teeth that grow in, but most have four. Sometimes, wisdom teeth can grow in straight while other times the teeth can grow in crooked, causing pain and other health problems.
A Kool Smiles dentist can evaluate whether your teenager needs to have their wisdom teeth removed.
Pediatric dentists are dentists that complete extra training after dental school. Pediatric dentists can diagnose or treat a range of children’s oral health problems.
Our general care dentists can take care of your child’s oral needs. However, we also have pediatric dentists to help if your child has developmental problems with their teeth or has specific oral health issues.
To book an appointment for your children’s dentistry needs or to learn more about Kool Smiles, call us today!
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