Dental offices can be difficult to find in some areas. Kool Smiles’ mission is to do something about that.
We have more than 120 locations in 15 states across the U.S. Many of our offices are placed in areas with a shortage of dental offices. Find your nearest Kool Smiles today.
Our offices are open for extended hours during the week and nearly all of them have Saturday hours as well. With Kool Smiles, quality dental care is right around the corner.
The convenience of our locations is just one of the things people love about Kool Smiles. Some of our other features include:
We focus on the dental needs of children—this means having a team of dentists experienced in working with kids. Our offices feature games and play areas for children and we do everything we can to make going to the dentist fun.
We accept Medicaid and TRICARE at each of our locations, along with a large number of state insurance plans and CareCredit. We also allow uninsured patients to pay by cash or credit card.
Some of our locations include specialists such as pediatric dentists and orthodontists. If your child needs one of these experts, and there isn’t already one in our office, we’ll refer you to one nearby so that your child gets the care they deserve.
You can download patient forms straight from our website to reduce the amount of time you’ll need to spend in the office. Forms can be downloaded in Spanish and many locations have bilingual employees to help with translations.
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