Kool Smiles has more than 120 dentist offices in the U.S., and they’re all a part of the MetLife dental network. Our general and pediatric dentists focus on children’s dental care and helping kids have healthy smiles for life.
At Kool Smiles, our MetLife dentists strive to give quality dental care to your children. Call us today to make an appointment.
Kool Smiles Accepts MetLife Insurance
With our kind and caring dentists, your children will always feel safe and at home while in our office. Whether they are here for a routine cleaning and check-up or for something more, we will take care of your children every step of the way and make them feel comfortable. Keep reading to learn how we accomplish this.
All of our offices are kid-friendly, and our waiting rooms are stocked with toys and games to keep your children entertained while they wait to see the dentist. Most of our offices even have playgrounds for younger children to play on.
To make sure your kids feel completely comfortable, our MetLife general dentists will take the time to walk your children through procedures before starting them. We use a “tell, show, do” technique, which allows children to know what’s happening to them, allowing them to be more relaxed and at ease.
We’re aware that every family is on a different schedule, so we have convenient hours during the week and on weekends. We’re even available on Sundays to answer questions and schedule appointments. Give us a call to find the hours at your local Kool Smiles.
We have a multi-lingual staff and translation services at most of our offices to help patients and parents understand treatment information.
Call Kool Smiles Today
If your kids are ready for a great, family-friendly MetLife dentist, give us a call today. We’re always accepting new patients, and we look forward to helping your kids get on the path to healthy and happy smiles for life.
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