If your child has a cavity but no insurance, Kool Smiles can help. Kool Smiles is a network of more than 120 dental offices all across the nation, and we focus on dental care for children, regardless of their insurance situation.
If your child needs a dental checkup or has a cavity, give us a call today before the cavity causes a bigger problem.
To help you with the cost of your child’s procedure, Kool Smiles offers plenty of payment options. All of our kid-friendly offices accept:
A lack of insurance shouldn’t keep your child from getting treatment for a cavity. If you choose to pay with CareCredit, we can help you sign up for it when you bring your kids in for a check-up or teeth cleaning.
A cavity is a hole in the tooth that becomes bigger and bigger over time as the tooth decays. Eventually, the cavity will start causing pain and discomfort for your child.
If left untreated, a more serious procedure like a root canal or tooth removal may be required to treat it. It is always best to get cavities fixed sooner rather than later to avoid complete tooth removal.
When your child has a cavity, our dentists are ready to help fill the cavity and restore the tooth. Our dentists will also take the time to teach your child how to brush and floss properly to prevent cavities in the future.
Give your local Kool Smiles office a call today. We’re always accepting new patients, regardless of dental insurance, and we’re happy to help give your child a healthy, beautiful smile and remove any cavities.
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