Cavities are not only painful for kids, but they can also lead to more severe medical issues. Kool Smiles is here to help your children get high quality and affordable dental care, and teach the importance of oral hygiene.
Give us a call any day of the week, and we’ll help you make an appointment for your child at one of our 120+ dentist offices.
Kool Smiles is focused on creating an environment that your child will feel comfortable in. We provide our patients with fun, brightly colored waiting rooms full of toys and games.
Most of our offices even feature full-sized playgrounds. By creating kid-friendly spaces, we hope that kids always feel comfortable during their dentist visits.
During a typical dental check-up or procedure, our dentists use a “tell, show, do” technique to make sure that your children understand what’s going on. This process includes the following steps:
Many of our offices are staffed with dentists and staff who speak several languages. We offer free translation services to all kids and parents so that non-English speaking families get the same level of care as English-speaking families.
At Kool Smiles, we provide our patients with a wide variety of services, such as:
After a routine check-up or procedure is finished, the dentist will discuss several items:
With over 120 locations nationwide, Kool Smiles is working hard to make sure that all kids across the country have access to high quality and affordable dental care. But don’t just take our word for it.
An astounding 97% of our patients say they would come back to Kool Smiles for regular dental care and would refer us to friends and family.
Let us provide your kids with quality care. Call us or find a location near you to schedule an appointment for your child, and get them on track to a bright, healthy future.
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