Between work, school, and taking care of your family, you have plenty to do to keep yourself busy. You don’t have time to travel across town to go to the dentist. You need a dentist near you, whether you are at home or traveling.
You can find a list of Kool Smiles dentists near you by entering your zip code or city and state.
At Kool Smiles, we are dedicated to making your children’s dental care as convenient, affordable, and pleasant as possible. We want your family to be among the 97% of our patients who are satisfied and plan to return to Kool Smiles.
How do we keep our patients satisfied? It starts before you even walk through our doors.
Kool Smiles has extended weekday and weekend hours to make it easier for you to bring your children in. Our dentists see patients Monday through Saturday, and our offices are even open on Sundays so that staff can help schedule appointments and answer your questions.
You’ll find that our offices are bright, cheerful, and welcoming. We make sure they’re full of games and activities to keep kids busy and entertained while they wait. Kid-friendly dentists will explain every step of the procedure to their patients and teach proper dental care techniques along the way.
That way, your children are always aware of what’s happening to them, and can be comfortable with their dentist.
We understand that different families need to pay in different ways. That’s why we offer a variety of payment options for insured and uninsured kids:
We’re available to answer any of your questions about costs or insurance—just give us a call today.
Our mission is to provide high-quality, affordable dental care to kids who need it most. Our dentists participate in continuing education programs to make sure they are up to date on the latest dental technology and procedures, ensuring that your kids get the quality care they deserve.
Enter your zip code, or city and state now or give us a call to find your local Kool Smiles dental office. We’re always accepting new patients, and we look forward to meeting your kids.
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