If you’re looking for a pain-free dentist, consider taking your children to Kool Smiles. At all 120 of our offices, our experienced dentists free children from the pain of cavities and other dental issues.
All of our general dentists have years of experience working with kids, and they are focused on making them comfortable throughout the entire visit.
Since 2002, we at Kool Smiles have worked to make sure that all families have access to quality, affordable dental care for their young ones, regardless of income level or insurance coverage. Find your nearest Kool Smiles today, or call us to find dental care for your child.
Even when kids are experiencing painful tooth cavities, many children are still uncomfortable going to see the dentist. Choosing the right dentist for your children is one of the best ways to help them feel safe when visiting the dentist.
At Kool Smiles, we make sure your child is in a comfortable and fun environment from start to finish. All of our waiting rooms are brightly colored and filled with fun games kids love. Most of our waiting rooms even feature a full-sized playground set your younger kids will love playing on.
Additionally, we have hygienic viewing areas where parents can watch over their children while they’re with the dentist. Parents can also accompany their children to the back with the dentist.
Our dentists use basic behavioral techniques, such as “tell, show, do” to help effectively communicate with your child.
This includes telling your child what is going to happen, showing him or her how it will be done, and then asking your child for permission to begin. We’ve found this method helps reduce any fear or anxiety kids have before and during dental treatments.
We have over 120 locations nationwide so that kids can receive the dental care they need. We work with a wide selection of insurance providers as well as Medicaid, TRICARE, and SCHIP. We even accept Medicaid without limiting the number of patients we see.
When your child complains about painful teeth, free them of suffering by visiting the cool dentists at Kool Smiles. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our services.
Mayo Clinic: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/cavities/basics/symptoms/con-20030076
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