MetLife TRICARE dental providers, like Kool Smiles, can give your child more than his or her necessary dental services—they can give your child beautiful, healthy teeth that last a lifetime. At all of our Kool Smiles locations, we accept a wide range of insurance plans, including MetLife dental plans.
In order to make sure that you can afford your child’s dental care, it’s important to make sure you visit a provider that works within your MetLife TRICARE plan. Call Kool Smiles today to learn more about your dental plan coverage and book an appointment today.
As a children’s dentistry that accepts TRICARE patients, Kool Smiles makes sure that your child has access to affordable, high-quality dental care.
With more than 120 locations across the country, we’re ready to give your children beautiful smiles.
Like most insurance plans, it’s important to make sure your children are visiting dentists and specialists within the approved network of providers under MetLife TRICARE to save on costs.
When you visit a dentist or specialist within the participating network, you should only pay your amount of the shared cost for your child’s covered services.
However, if your child sees a dentist or specialist outside the network, you may be expected to pay the full cost of the bill, even if it’s for a covered service. You may also be required to file your own claims for your child’s dental service.
Don’t risk paying unnecessary costs if there’s a convenient Kool Smiles location near you. We work to provide quality dental care to the kids who need it the most.
Our TRICARE general dentists are proud to serve the military families on the TRICARE dental plan and believe every family should have access to quality dental care.
We take the time to care for your children’s teeth and help kids learn proper brushing and flossing techniques to help maintain proper dental hygiene.
Our team has also created an environment that’s kid-friendly for our patients. The waiting rooms are brightly colored and filled with games that your child will love, and most of our locations even have a full playground set.
We value customer service and quality care above all, and our 97% patient satisfaction report proves the level of dedication we have toward every child.
Kool Smiles is a proud MetLife TRICARE dental provider.
For more information about our services or accepted insurance plans, give us a call today and make an appointment with one of our experienced dentists.
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