Kool Smiles is a dentistry for kids, and our dentists are committed to providing excellent care. We work to educate kids and parents about good dental habits and how to avoid cavities. Find your local Kool Smiles or call us today to schedule an appointment.
At Kool Smiles, we want to make your child’s visit to the dentist enjoyable so they continue to come back.
All of our offices have bright, open waiting rooms with toys and games to keep kids entertained. Most of our offices even have a full-sized playground for kids. We’ve found that these activities help kids relax before seeing the dentist. Plus, they help kids have positive memories of their experience.
Our staff and dentists are friendly and welcoming to everyone who walks in our doors. They all have experience working with kids and are happy to answer any questions your kids have. Our dentists are careful to tell and show you and your child what they are going to do, before they do it. This way, you can relax and ask any pressing questions before the treatment begins.
Your child’s first visit to the dentist should be around his or her first birthday. Kool Smiles works with infants and toddlers as soon as they get their first tooth, and our dentists continue to treat them throughout their childhood and teenage years.
We accept Medicaid and TRICARE at all of our locations without limiting the number of patients we’ll see in a day. We also accept most major insurance plans, CareCredit, cash, and credit and debit cards. Additionally, we make our dental services affordable to all patients. Our goal is to make sure your kids get the care they deserve, so we accept multiple payment methods to make that possible.
Our dentistry network has over 120 locations across the U.S., and we have extended weekday and weekend hours. This way, it’s easier for parents to take their kids to the dentist.
Not only can kids learn while they’re in our offices, but they can learn from our website, as well. You can download fun dental care activities for your kids so they can learn about dental health even when they aren’t in our offices. We also offer an iPhone app to help make brushing teeth fun.
Kool Smiles is determined to make sure your kids get great dental care. Our general and pediatric dentists are always accepting new patients. Call us for appointment today, or find your nearest Kool Smiles location.
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