Find Quality Dental Care for Your Child's Small Smile
As your child grows, you'll need to make sure he or she is getting the necessary dental care. Without proper oral hygiene, kids are at a high risk of developing tooth decay or gum disease. Kool Smiles aims to fix these problems by providing affordable dental care to all children.
Kool Smiles Provides Affordable Dental Care
Kool Smiles is built on the belief that all kids should have access to high-quality dental care regardless of income level. With more than 120 offices located around the United States, there is sure to be a Kool Smiles office near you.
Start Dental Hygiene Early
Studies show that children who regularly visit the dentist as soon as their first tooth appears are less likely to develop tooth decay or cavities. By teaching proper oral hygiene early, kids can grow up practicing good dental habits that will lead to strong, healthy teeth.
Because of the lack of dental coverage and access to dental care, 42% of kids ages two to 11 develop cavities in their baby teeth. Tooth decay has also become the most common chronic childhood illness affecting American children.
The best form of protection parents can give to their children is prevention, and the best way to do so is by scheduling regular dental cleanings for their children at Kool Smiles.
Protect Your Child's Smile at Kool Smiles
Kool Smiles knows how important it is to receive quality dental care for your child at any age. That's why we accept a wide selection of insurance and payment plans, including most major insurance providers, TRICARE, SCHIP, and Medicaid without limiting the number of patients we accept.
We also work with CareCredit to help families finance their child's dental care, and we accept cash and credit card payments.
Call us Today to Schedule an Appointment
We're ready to give quality dental care to your child's small smile. Give us a call today to learn more about our services and payment options.
Fluoride Action Network: http://fluoridealert.org/news/young-kids-tooth-decay-hits-epidemic-proportions/
USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/03/02/cavities-children-teeth/5561911/