The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section of mykoolsmiles.com is one of the best resources for parents who have questions about dental health or bringing their child to Kool Smiles for the first time. Our FAQ section answers a wide selection of questions so that we can put parents at ease and be clear as possible when delivering information. Kool Smiles reviews our FAQ’s constantly to make sure that we are continually delivering the best information and staying current with answering the most commonly asked questions.
Our New Patient FAQ page is easy to navigate and has simple drop down menus so that you can find the information you need. Find the topic you want, click on it and a series of specific questions drops down on the page.
Our FAQ topics include:
- Kool Smiles FAQs- includes questions about our business
- Oral Health FAQs- includes questions about oral health
- Medicaid FAQs- includes questions about Medicaid
- Insurance FAQs- includes questions about insurance
From these broader topics, more specific questions drop down such as “What dental care plans do you accept,” “What fillings last the longest” and “How do I find out if qualify for Medicaid?” Scroll through our drop down menus and when you find your question on our page, click on it and a detailed answer to that question will drop down.
Kool Smiles Brings Up-to-Date Knowledge to our FAQ page
As things change in our industry, we review and update our FAQs to make sure that you as parents have up-to-date information regarding issues that are important to you such as Medicaid coverage updates or what to expect when you bring your child in for treatment. We believe that when you have the best information, you can make the best decisions for your child’s dental health.
If you have a question about Kool Smiles, our services, or about oral health and do not see your question on our FAQ page, please call us at (855) 854-3621. One of our friendly representatives will be able to review our available treatments and services with you and schedule an appointment for your child.