Many Americans live in “dental deserts” or areas without enough dentists. This means that parents have to travel to get dental care for their kids, or go without. This is why Kool Smiles opened up over 120 dental offices across the country.
At Kool Smiles, we provide affordable, high-quality dental care to children all over the United States.
Kool Smiles is a dentist office that offers high-quality dental care to children at an affordable cost. We accept most insurance plans, including Medicaid, state health insurance plans such as SCHIP, and all forms of military insurance, such as TRICARE.
For families who are not covered by an insurance plan, we have cash and credit options, as well as CareCredit.
To determine if you qualify for these programs, it’s best to first understand them.
You don’t have to wait any longer to get affordable dental care for your child. With over 120 locations nationwide, there is likely a Kool Smiles near you.
Call us or find a location near you to schedule a dental appointment for your child today.
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