When searching for dentist offices that accept MassHealth, find a Kool Smiles location near you for quality care and full coverage of benefits under the Massachusetts program.
Our kid-friendly offices across the Commonwealth offer affordable and quality care for the whole family.
MassHealth is the second largest insurer in the state of Massachusetts, where it combines Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) under one unified program.
MassHealth helps families cover the cost of their child’s dental exams and procedures. Kool Smiles dentists accept MassHealth patients so kids and adults alike can get affordable care.
Here is a list of dental procedures typically covered under the program for children younger than 21 years old:
Consult your local Kool Smiles dentist office for approval of certain services. For MassHealth patients over 21 that have been approved by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS), you gain the same benefits and more, including:
MassHealth and Kool Smiles both bring quality care and affordable solutions to areas where their services are needed most. With more than 120 locations throughout the U.S., Kool Smiles dentists provide dental care to a variety of areas.
At Kool Smiles, the comfort of our patients comes first. Our Kool Smiles waiting rooms are family-friendly and have fun activities and play areas for children and their parents to feel comfortable while they receive excellent care. Parents are also invited to watch our dental professionals perform procedures as they happen.
We not only perform necessary services, but our dentists also educate families about good oral hygiene, which starts with brushing and flossing to prevent tooth decay and cavities.
To find a Kool Smiles dentist office that accepts Masshealth near you, call us today or visit us online.
Massachusetts MassHealth Dental Plan: www.mass.gov/ocabr/docs/doi/dental-plan.pdf
MassHealth Basics: www.umassmed.edu/uploadedFiles/CWM_CHLE/Included_Content/Right_Column_Content/MassHealth Basics 2011-FINAL.pdf
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