With over 90 million customers in more than 50 countries, MetLife insures more families in America than any other insurance company and has been providing coverage to people for over 140 years. Many of their insurance plans even include dental insurance.
If you’re a parent that receives MetLife dental insurance, there are some things you should know when finding a great dental provider.
Here’s what you’ll need to know to take advantage of your MetLife dental insurance.
MetLife dental insurance can vary based on your specific plan. Call a Kool Smiles team member to determine what services are covered under your plan.
Coverage for your children can range from basic dental services, like exams and cleanings, to specialized services, like oral surgery and pediatric dentistry.
MetLife is committed to the dental health of children and provides a ton of great information about taking care of your kids’ teeth. No matter which type of MetLife dental insurance plan you have, if you are looking for a dentist to treat your kids, find one that has experience treating children.
Kool Smiles accepts many MetLife dental insurance plans, including TRICARE, at each of our 120 locations.
Find a location near you or call us today to set up an appointment for your children to see one of our MetLife dentists. We’re always accepting new patients, and our dentists look forward to providing your kids with the quality dental care that they deserve
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