Kool Smiles dental offices are designed just for kids. We have brightly colored walls and friendly staff, toys and games, and even playgrounds to keep your kids entertained.
Plus, our dentists have years of experience treating kids. What more can kids ask for at the dentist?
A dentist designed just for kids and teens doesn’t have to be expensive. At Kool Smiles, we accept many forms of insurance and payment, including:
Our mission is to provide quality dental care to areas that need it most. There are more than 120 kid-friendly Kool Smiles locations in the United States. You can find your local dental office by entering your city and state or zip code.
All of our dentists are experienced in working with kids. They understand the challenges kids face and how to teach them proper oral health techniques so that they can develop healthy habits.
Additionally, our dentists understand that kids are curious. That’s why our general and pediatric dentists use a “tell, show, do” approach. That way, your children are always aware of what’s happening to them during treatment.
Tooth decay is the number one childhood illness and can have lasting effects into adulthood if left untreated. Decayed or missing teeth can affect your child’s quality of life, delay proper oral development, and lead to lower self-esteem.
More than 42% of children under 11 have a cavity or tooth decay. Tooth decay is more common than even asthma or hay fever. Even a child’s “baby teeth” are important and can suffer from tooth decay. That is why doctors recommend taking your child to the dentist when the first tooth arrives.
At Kool Smiles, we’re always accepting new patients, and we’d love to make sure your children have bright and healthy smiles. To find a dentist for your kids, just look to Kool Smiles.
Visit Kool Smiles online, or call us to schedule an appointment today.
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