- General dentistry
- Oral surgery
- Wisdom teeth extractions
- Orthodontics, such as braces
Dental care is important at any age. For kids, trips to the dentist help establish healthy habits early. Kool Smiles makes going to the dentist fun for children by creating a welcoming, colorful environment. Kids can enjoy our indoor playground while they wait, and our friendly staff makes your children feel at ease during their appointment.
We welcome children of all ages at our local dentist office in Smyrna, GA on South Cobb Drive. We are open on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm in addition to our regular weekday hours.
To schedule an appointment, call Kool Smiles today at 254-781-0553.
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
From Marietta (north of Kool Smiles): Take Atlanta Street SE and turn right onto GA-280 South/GA-5 South/South Cobb Drive. Take South Cobb Drive for about four miles. Kool Smiles is located on the right at 2900 S. Cobb Dr.
From the Cumberland area: Take Spring Road SE, which turns into Concord Road SE. Turn right onto South Cobb Drive. Kool Smiles is on the left at 2900 S. Cobb Dr.
Kool Smiles offers dental care that’s commonly needed in kids. From braces to fillings to regular cleanings, we provide the following services:
Throughout the appointment, our dentists and nurses explain what they’re doing using the “tell, show, do” technique. This not only makes the patient more comfortable but teaches them about oral health. We know that dentist visits can be scary for kids, especially those who aren’t yet familiar with a specific treatment or procedure. We pride ourselves in our ability to make dental health a comfortable and pleasant experience for kids.
With the most common dental procedures costing over $100, many families find it difficult to find dental care that’s both high quality and affordable. Kool Smiles aims to provide affordable dental care to those who need it most. We open our locations in underserved areas, so it’s convenient and inexpensive for families to get care.
If you are paying out of pocket, you can use your debit or credit card or CareCredit. During a consultation, you can speak with our team about payment plans that will better fit your budget. We know how important great dental care is to your child’s oral health and well-being, so we work hard to make dental care affordable for your family.
When you come to Kool Smiles, you can be confident that you’re receiving care from a qualified professional. All of our dentists are fully licensed and approved by the Georgia Board of Dentistry. In addition, our providers undergo internal training from senior providers and stay up-to-date on the latest medical advances through continuing education.
Our team in Smyrna includes:
Kool Smiles in Smyrna hosts several events each year to serve our local community and beyond. On Sharing Smiles Day, uninsured patients can receive no-cost dental care from our professionals. We also have Operation Troop Treats each October, during which our patients donate Halloween candy to send to troops overseas. If your school or other organization would like to partner with our providers to teach oral health to children, please talk to our staff.
Regular dental checkups are essential to ensuring the ongoing health of your child’s mouth and jaw. They also help lay the foundation for getting a healthy and beautiful smile. But dentists aren’t with you or your child every day, and dental health is a daily commitment. So what can you do to instill good dental hygiene habits in your children before and after their dental checkup?
Of course, even children who are able to stick to a strict dental hygiene plan at home will still need treatment from a dentist every so often. Even for a simple teeth cleaning, dentists have powerful, advanced tools that far exceed what kids can do with just a brush at home. Dentists can also spot problem areas as they grow and give your children treatments you might not even know they need yet.
At Kool Smiles, we believe great dental care shouldn’t be hard to find or to pay for. That’s why you’ll find our offices in underserved areas, and we make it easy to pay.
For a fun atmosphere and staff that cares about your children and their dental health, call 254-781-0553 to schedule an appointment with a kid’s dentist near you in Smyrna today.
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