Dentists that accept MetLife insurance understand the importance of quality dental care that is both affordable and accessible.
MetLife provides dental insurance for millions of Americans, including the patients at Kool Smiles. MetLife is just one of the many insurance providers we gladly accept at our network of over 120 locations.
While there are many dentist offices within the MetLife network, not all of them provide the kind of child-focused service and kid-friendly environment you’ll find at Kool Smiles.
Unlike many dental offices, we do not limit the number of MetLife patients we see in any given day. If you have MetLife, we have an open dental chair for your child.
Some of the services you may find for your child at Kool Smiles include:
If you have any questions about what your MetLife insurance will cover, just give Kool Smiles a call today and we’ll help you understand your coverage and options.
While MetLife is committed to bringing affordable dental coverage to you, Kool Smiles is dedicated to providing quality treatment for your children.
Our offices are designed with kids in mind, complete with fun games and activities for kids to enjoy before their appointment. Most of our locations even have a full-size playground for younger children.
Additionally, parents are welcome to join their child in the treatment room or watch the appointment from a special viewing area.
Our MetLife dentists are trained to work with children and will even teach your kids how to properly brush and floss their teeth to prevent cavities and tooth decay.
Making an appointment with Kool Smiles is easy and can be done in any of the following ways:
Kool Smiles and MetLife are pleased to team up and provide quality, affordable dental care for you and your children. Bring your MetLife plan to a Kool Smiles today, or give us a call to schedule an appointment.
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