When you’re searching for a dental provider who accepts Medicaid, it can sometimes feel like like they come few and far between. Luckily, the dentists at Kool Smiles accept Medicaid at all of their 125 locations nationwide.
Our qualified dentists believe in providing affordable dental care to children, regardless if they have insurance.
Kool Smiles is a network of dentists that takes Medicaid dental plans, and we welcome all children, without limiting the number of Medicaid patients we see.
Our Medicaid general dentists are skilled and experienced in working with children to teach them great dental care.
They focus on caring for your children’s teeth, but also educate them on how to maintain great dental hygiene. When your children start healthy dental habits early, they have a better chance of having a beautiful smile in adulthood.
For more information about Medicaid dental providers or our services, find your local Kool Smiles or call us today.
More than 43 million children are on Medicaid and State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP), and only about one-third of them actually get dental care each year. As a result, tooth decay has become the most common childhood disease among children today.
Kool Smiles knows how important good dental health is for a growing child, which is why we are one of the few networks of dental providers in the country that accepts Medicaid without limit.
When you choose Kool Smiles for your child, you’re not just choosing a dentistry that accepts Medicaid—you’re choosing dental providers who make dental care fun. All of our dentists are experienced in working with kids, and each of our dental offices is full of games, toys, and entertainment to help your children relax before their appointments.
To learn more about the Kool Smiles experience and our Medicaid dental providers, call us today to make an appointment for your child.
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