At Kool Smiles, we believe that your family deserves access to affordable, high-quality dental care. That’s why we offer low-cost dental options for kids and their families.
We have more than 120 dental care offices nationwide and we accept Medicaid at all of our offices. Call us today to make an appointment for your child.
When you think of a dentist office, you may think of white walls, magazines, and a stuffy atmosphere.
At Kool Smiles, you’ll find family-friendly dentist offices the moment you walk through our doors. All of our offices are bright and open with entertainment for the kids, and a helpful staff to answer any questions kids and parents may have.
Many of our offices even include playgrounds so your kids can let loose before seeing the dentist. Once your children goes into the treatment area, you can join them in the examination room or monitor the appointment from a viewing area. We know that having a parent nearby can be comforting during dental exams, and we want to make you and your child are at ease.
Taking care of your kids is what we do best. Whether your children need routine checkups and cleanings or more complex procedures, you can count on us to take care of your family. Our local offices offer great family dental care services, including:
At Kool Smiles, we believe that the key to healthy smiles for life is a good start. That’s why Kool Smiles dentists are dedicated to educating parents and kids from very early on. In fact, kids should see the dentist every six months beginning at the age of one.
When your child comes to Kool Smiles, our dentists will use a “tell, show, do” approach to make sure your child understands what’s happening. We’ll also make sure to explain how to keep teeth, gums, and mouths healthy.
Plus, we provide dental health coloring and activity sheets for your kids and family. They teach important lessons so your kids can keep learning, even when they aren’t at the office.
If your children need dental care, bring the family to Kool Smiles. We’re always accepting new patients, and we accept most forms of insurance as well as Medicaid and TRICARE.
To make at appointment at your local Kool Smiles, call our office today!
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