Are you looking for a MetLife dental provider for your family? If so, Kool Smiles can help!
We are a dentist office for kids that accepts MetLife dental insurance, as well as most other forms of dental insurance. Unlike some dental offices, we never limit the number of MetLife patients we see.
At Kool Smiles, our general dentists are kind, caring, and dedicated to making your family’s dental experience as enjoyable as possible. All of our dental providers have the training and skills required to make your child’s dental appointment as fun and relaxed as possible.
At each Kool Smiles office, you and your children will find large, brightly colored waiting areas with toys, so they can have fun before their appointment. When the appointment starts, you can accompany your child into the exam room, or watch their appointment from a comfortable viewing area.
During your child’s appointment, a MetLife dental provider will perform a typical oral check-up that consists of checking for cavities, teaching your child the proper way to brush and floss, and taking X-rays, if necessary. All of these steps are performed to ensure good oral hygiene.
By taking these steps your MetLife dental provider will prevent you from spending more time and money on future dental appointments.
Once the appointment is over, your child’s dentist will meet with you to discuss the exam and any further dental treatment your child may need.
In addition to general dentistry, some Kool Smiles locations also offer:
With Kool Smiles, finding a MetLife dental provider for your family is easy. Contact us today to make an appointment at a Kool Smiles location near you.
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