MetLife dental plans offer benefits that can cover the cost of treatments and services for kids. If your kids are covered by MetLife, bring them to Kool Smiles.
We’re a MetLife dental provider, and our dentists are committed to delivering high-quality, affordable care to all kids. Call us today and make an appointment for your kids with the MetLife dentists at Kool Smiles.
What Does MetLife Dental Care Cover?
MetLife covers a number of dental treatments and procedures and can keep your child’s dental care affordable. At Kool Smiles, our MetLife general dentists are here to take care of your children and are experienced in working with kids to make them feel comfortable throughout the entire experience.
What Makes Kool Smiles Different?
It’s the Kool Experience that sets us apart from other MetLife dental providers. We want your kids to get the most out of their visit to the dentist, including:
Colorful, oversized waiting rooms filled with toys and games
Full-sized playgrounds at most of our locations
Kid-friendly dentists who will take the time to explain each procedure to kids in an easy way for them to understand
We accept MetLife, TRICARE, Medicaid, and most major insurance plans, as well as cash, credit and CareCredit to help pay for your child’s dental services.
Find MetLife Dental Providers at Kool Smiles
We are committed to making dental care available to all children, and we’re always accepting new patients. So, if you’re looking for affordable care for your children, the friendly staff at Kool Smiles is happy to help.
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