Kool Smiles specializes in the care of children’s teeth and believes that all children deserve quality dental care. Kool Smiles helps families of all income levels find great dentists for their kids.
Whether you have dental insurance or no insurance at all, Kool Smiles can help your child have a healthy and happy smile.
Families seeking low-cost dental providers for their children are encouraged to get in touch with their local Kool Smiles office.
For families of all income levels, seeking low-cost affordable dental insurance is a huge priority. At Kool Smiles, we are dedicated to ensuring that every family can afford dental care for their children.
Kool Smiles accepts most dental insurance plans, such as:
Unlike most dental offices that limit the number of Medicaid patients that can be seen, Kool Smiles is able to accept an unlimited number of Medicaid-assisted children.
At Kool Smiles, it is our mission to make dental care affordable. When you bring your child to his or her visit, our kind and compassionate staff will review the costs of your child’s appointment beforehand, so you are never surprised by the price of your child’s care.
If your children need any follow-up appointments or additional procedures, your dentist will keep you informed on those costs, as well.
To maintain good dental health in the long term, children should visit their dentists for checkups at least twice per year. If your child doesn’t have dental insurance, don’t worry. We are proud to offer a variety of payment options to help keep the cost of your child’s care affordable even without dental insurance.
You may choose to pay by cash, credit or debit card, or CareCredit, so you can spread out the cost of your child’s care over time.
If your child needs a dental visit, don’t wait. Give Kool Smiles a call or visit your local Kool Smiles office today.
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