MetLife dental PPO providers help those enrolled in the program to have access to a wide selection of dentists and specialists. Dental PPO plans give families access to a number of in- and out-of-network dental professionals to find care for their children.
At Kool Smiles, we can help you make the most of your MetLife Dental PPO plan.
If you’re in need of a MetLife dental provider that works in the PPO network, consider Kool Smiles as your child’s general dentistry. We have more than 120 locations across the nation to provide high-quality care to kids while working within your insurance coverage.
With the MetLife dental PPO (DPPO) program, you will have access to more services and coverage than you would with a dental HMO plan. In your MetLife DPPO, you can:
As an accepted provider for families enrolled in MetLife’s DPPO plans, Kool Smiles brings affordability and quality into a single clinic. Come see what makes us the right MetLife provider for your kids.
Our clinics feature a waiting room with games and activities, and most of our locations even have a full playground set. We also have viewing areas for parents to watch over their kids as they get their dental care.
Our general dentists undergo continuous dental education to stay on top of the latest information on oral hygiene and learn ways to make your child enjoy his or her visit. They use behavioral guidance techniques, such as “tell, show, do,” to help your child more comfortable during the appointment.
When you’re ready to find your child a MetLife dental provider that covers your PPO plan, visit your nearest Kool Smiles location. For information about our accepted insurance or services, give us a call today.
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