For many families, it can be hard to find a list of dentists that accept Medicaid in their area. Even in states that choose to expand coverage, some dentist offices restrict the number of patients they accept per day, making it difficult to access quality care.
At Kool Smiles, we never limit the amount of Medicaid patients we see.
Dental Care Access to Medicaid Patients
After the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, one of the law’s goals was to expand access to Medicaid. However, it was left to individual state governments to decide if they will allow families to have affordable health and dental care.
Because of this, only 30 states (including Washington D.C.) decided to expand Medicaid. Yet even within those states, individual physician and dentist offices have limited the number of Medicaid patients who can receive care from their clinic.
As more restrictions go up for Medicaid recipients, Kool Smiles has been working to provide all families access to affordable, quality dental care for their children since 2002. Your child will love visiting us, and you’ll love how affordable dental care can be for them.
We encourage you to read all of our Patient Reviews to see what our customers have to say about us.
Kool Smiles is Your Medicaid Dentist
What separates Kool Smiles from other children’s Medicaid dentists is our Kool Smiles Experience. Our waiting rooms are specially designed for kids with bright colors, and they’re filled with games that will keep your child occupied. Most of our locations even have a full playground set for younger kids.
Parents will also love our viewing areas to watch their children as our skilled general dentists work on their teeth. Our dentists are trained in behavioral guidance techniques to help kids have an informative and pleasant dental experience.
Get a List of Kool Smiles Dentists that Accept Medicaid
For a list of our dentists that accept Medicaid, check out our Locations page to see all the offices in your state conveniently near you. You can also give us a call to learn more about our insurance options and services.
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