If you’re having trouble getting your kids excited about going to see the dentist, bring them to your local Kool Smiles.
At Kool Smiles, we have everything from toys and games to friendly, experienced dentists ensuring that every child enjoys his or her visit. You’ll even find a full-sized playground in most of our offices.
From an early age, children form ideas and feelings about their dentist. At Kool Smiles, we want kids to have a good dental experience.
From the minute your children step through our doors, they will find that our waiting room is filled with toys and games. Studies show that the majority of children prefer more decorated dental offices over plain waiting rooms. That’s why we make sure the environment is as engaging as possible.
Plus, the treatment rooms are decorated in fun themes to keep the fun going throughout your child’s dental treatment.
We work hard to make sure that every step of your child’s journey is a positive one when they visit Kool Smiles. Nearly 97% of our patients say they’d refer Kool Smiles to friends and family, and we’re confident you and your kids will love Kool Smiles, too.
Dental care should be affordable so that all children can receive high quality dental care. To make this possible, we have a wide selection of payment options and accept most major insurance providers like State Children’s Health Insurance Programs (SCHIP), TRICARE, and Medicaid.
In fact, all of our dental offices accept Medicaid and never limit the number of patients we see.
If your child needs to see a dentist, find a Kool Smiles location near you, or call us today to schedule an appointment.
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