When you’re searching for a dental care provider that accepts Medicaid, consider the dentists at Kool Smiles. We provide quality dental care and accept Medicaid at all of our offices across the nation. Find a location near you or call us today for more information on affordable payment options.
Did you know that less than half of dentists accept Medicaid? This leaves many families without proper dental care. Kool Smiles aims to change that with over 120 offices nationwide, all of which accept Medicaid, TRICARE, and most other insurances. In addition to our affordable payment options, we also offer a variety of other benefits.
Many kids don’t know what to expect at the dentist. At Kool Smiles, we want to make every child as comfortable as possible, and our offices are designed with that in mind.
All of our offices have large, colorful waiting rooms with toys and games, as well as playgrounds, for children to enjoy before their appointment. On top of that, all of our dentists have experience working with children and help them relax before any dental procedure.
If your children prefer to have you in the treatment area with them, we allow you to go back with them. We also have a large viewing area where you can wait and watch the treatment. Our Kool Smiles team will work with you to decide on the best option for you and your child.
Our patient satisfaction program tracks how we are doing so that we can continue to provide the best dental care to your kids. A recent survey found that 97% of our patients would likely return to Kool Smiles and refer us to friends and family.
Whether you are covered by Medicaid, TRICARE, or another insurance provider, Kool Smiles offers quality dental care for children at a price you can afford. Call us today to make an appointment.
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