General dentists are your healthy teeth support system, working to treat and improve your child’s overall oral health. They typically have a great deal of knowledge about your family’s medical history, which can help when making treatment decisions for each member of your family.
At Kool Smiles, our general dentists treat your kids to ensure they have healthy, happy smiles.
The primary focus of general dentistry is preventive and corrective care. Most general dentists are able to provide families with dental procedure options.
Some of the restorative treatment procedures your general dentist may offer are:
Quality is key at Kool Smiles. Our general dentists are fully licensed professionals approved by their state’s dental board, but our doctors’ training and education doesn’t stop there.
Find a general dentist who receives the following:
Kool Smiles is a great place to start or continue your family’s oral health. We understand that convenience is important—that’s why our general dentists offer flexible hours at more than 120 locations across the country. We are also able to work with children of all ages, including teens.
In addition to our top-notch general dental care providers, many of our offices have in-house dental specialists. Orthodontics, wisdom teeth, and pediatrics are a few examples of our dentists’ areas of expertise.
Call Kool Smiles today to schedule an appointment for your child. Let’s get started on providing your kids with great teeth for years to come.
Consumer Guide to Dentistry: http://www.yourdentistryguide.com/procedures/
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