Don’t let fear of the dentist keep your kids from getting the professional dental care they need and deserve. All Kool Smiles locations are designed with children in mind.
Our dentists have the experience and know-how to reduce children’s fears and make them as comfortable as possible. Visit Kool Smiles today for stress-free dental care.
If your kids fear the dentist, they are not alone. About 30-40 million people avoid seeing the dentist because of fear and anxiety. However, there are serious consequences to neglecting your kids’ dental health.
When children are young, tooth decay can make it difficult for your kids to speak, eat, and pay attention in school. Poor dental health can cause heart disease, diabetes, and other serious health problems later in life.
At Kool Smiles, we make sure that our children have a fun, comfortable experience. One visit to a Kool smiles office, and you’ll feel the difference a kid-friendly approach can make. We offer:
We accept most major insurance plans, Medicaid, TRICARE, and CareCredit. We also accept
When you bring your child into one of our offices, there won’t be any reason for him or her to fear the dentist.
What Is Dental Anxiety and Phobia?: http://www.colgate.com/en/us/oc/oral-health/basics/dental-visits/article/what-is-dental-anxiety-and-phobia
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