If you’re looking for a local dentist with payment plans, consider coming to Kool Smiles. While we don’t offer payment plans, we have a variety of affordable payment options that will allow you to pay for your child’s dental care.
Keep reading to learn about our affordable forms of payment.
Kool Smiles offers a number of options for parents both with and without insurance.
For patients with insurance, we accept both Medicaid and TRICARE. We also accept Medicaid for orthodontic care in several locations, but Medicaid coverage for orthodontics will vary from state to state.
Contact your local Kool Smiles to determine if Medicaid will cover your child’s orthodontic needs, or call us today to learn more about these options.
Additionally, Kool Smiles dentists can help individuals without insurance apply for CareCredit, a healthcare credit card that allows you to pay for the costs of medical treatment. This is just one option to make sure your kids get the dental care they need.
Some other payment options include:
Instead of stressing out over finding a local dentist with payment plans, or having to drive for hours just to find one, let Kool Smiles guide you in the right direction.
With over 120 locations, you’ll be able to find an affordable kid-friendly dentist near you. Whether you have Medicare or TRICARE, or you’re a parent without insurance just trying to schedule a checkup for your kid’s teeth, Kool Smiles can help.
Call us today and see what affordable options are available for you.
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