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Kool Smiles was founded in 2002 and was built on the belief that every family has the right to quality dental care in a clean, safe and fun environment. Our first goal is to provide quality and compliant dental care to individuals in communities that typically get overlooked by general dentists. Our services are not just for kids, but since we know children are more likely to have great dental habits if mom and dad do too, we happily care for the entire family.

Does Kool Smiles have general dentists that accept Medicaid?

Yes, all Kool Smiles general dentists accept Medicaid.

While very few dentistry practices accept Medicaid as a payment option, Kool Smiles, in adherence with its mission to provide quality dental care to underserved children and their parents, proudly accepts Medicaid in every location. To find a participating Kool Smiles general dentist near you, please search for a dentist close to you, or call us today at 1-855-223-KOOL.

What is Medicaid and how can I find a general dentist who accepts Medicaid?

Access to healthcare for millions of Americans

Medicaid is a government program that provides access to healthcare for millions of Americans who would otherwise be uninsured. Medicaid also provides for dental coverage at varying levels for children and adults. Each state regulates its own Medicaid program in conjunction with the federal government. Unfortunately not many dentists take Medicaid as a payment option or restrict the number of patients they will see. This limits the choices an individual has to see an approved Medicaid dentist. Kool Smiles is unlike most dentists and welcomes all patients, including those with Medicaid coverage.

What makes Kool Smiles different from other general dentists who see kids?

It is our mission to provide high quality dental care in a safe, fun and friendly environment.

Our offices have been built with families in mind. Our offices feature spacious waiting rooms with a play area for children and most offices feature semi-private treatment areas for adults. We have a fun d cor, staff who has been trained to help our young patients, and a desire to make sure all patients receive the dental care they deserve.

Does Medicaid cover my child’s cost when I go to a participating general dentist?

Typically Medicaid will cover any recipient under the age of 21.

Details of what is covered for pediatric dental and adult oral health care varies from state to state. However, coverage typically includes dental pain relief, dental hygiene or teeth cleanings, addressing infections and tooth restorations. For a complete list of services covered in your state, just call us and we’ll help you understand your Medicaid dental benefits.





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Kids rooms

Kids’ bedroom ideas: go big, or go home we say. Decorating a kids’ room doesn’t mean you have to scrimp on style. In fact, it opens up a whole new world of exciting design possibilities, even for small spaces. It’s the perfect excuse to be as bold, brave or magical as you want. Whether it’s a girls’ room. a boys’ bedroom or nursery. we’ve found some amazing children’s bedroom ideas to steal, from furniture to accessories like kids’ wallpaper. Let the fun begin.





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Our annual kart theft insurance covers storage and transit risks and the first time you buy from us we will actually REFUND 59.99 being the cost of Datatag identification kit meaning you get this for FREE!

Basic cover for our go kart theft insurance includes theft, accidental damage and fire insurance from storage premises. Datatag offers a unique identification to your go kart and all insured equipment acting as both a deterrent to thieves and aids police and insurers in the recovery of stolen property.

Our go kart theft insurance policies come with options that allow you to extend your cover while travelling to and from a karting event and whilst at the circuit during a karting weekend.

Go Kart theft insurance policies provided by us include a unique circuit ON TRACK extension that will protect your kart chassis in the event it should be badly damaged while you are racing. We are the only providers of this type of cover so your kart theft insurance policy can now include uo to 1,500 of chassis damage.

We also recognise that it is not just the kart itself that needs insurance but all the associated equipment. This includes your race wear, helmet, tools, spares, equipment and even your trailer. Obtain your FREE quotation today and see just how much cover our kart theft insurance policies can provide.

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If you are an anxious parent with children looking to be taking up karting for the first time or already have kids learning the skills of circuit karting then our on-line kart insurance accident policy for children will allow you to cover up to 250,000 for permanent disability for under 90 for the season.

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How 9 Designers Decorated Their Kids’ Rooms

Fun Lighting

“Of course I had lots of ideas about how my children’s rooms should look, but I wanted to empower them, so I consulted with each. My 13-year-old, Isabelle, went for a blue, brown, and cream palette with splashes of orange. We decorated the walls with a mix of her own art and some photography, but the pièce de résistance is definitely the feathered light fixture.” —Philip Gorrivan, Interior Designer

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Fun Lighting

“Of course I had lots of ideas about how my children’s rooms should look, but I wanted to empower them, so I consulted with each. My 13-year-old, Isabelle, went for a blue, brown, and cream palette with splashes of orange. We decorated the walls with a mix of her own art and some photography, but the pièce de résistance is definitely the feathered light fixture.” —Philip Gorrivan, Interior Designer

Courtesy of Philip Gorrivan

Kids’ Choice

“My boys were very involved with the design of their rooms. Oliver even came to an auction with me and picked out a piece of art! He chose his favorite color and helped select his bed.” —Kelly Wearstler, Interior Designer

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Family Heirloom

“For my three-year-old, Tahlia, I started with a vibrant hand-painted John Robshaw fabric — originally a pillow — and had it wrapped around a simple drum light. But to me, the most special element is the quilt draped across her bed. It has been in my family forever and was on my parents’ bed throughout my childhood. I adore knowing that my sweet girl is comforted by it each night.” —Krista Nye Schwartz, Interior Designer

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Display Collections

“My eight-year-old son, Beck, is an avid collector — autographed baseballs, vintage fly-fishing gear, arrowheads — and a voracious reader. The burled maple console next to his reading chair is a handsome way to display his treasures.” —Tami Ramsay, Interior Designer

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Sophisticated Color Scheme

“The bedrooms in our old house are rather small, so it was a challenge to make enough space for my twin baby girls. I think the punch-and-aqua color scheme is chic but, above all, happy and fun.” —Christina Sullivan Roughan, Interior Designer

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Personal Art

“My son Sam has always been a history and mythology buff, so when I brought home this painting of Gilgamesh, he was overjoyed. He never really cared about his room — his only request was green walls — but once we hung the painting, he took a real interest.” —Fiona Newell Weeks, Interior Designer

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Eye-Catching Pattern

“My daughter loves her bedroom, even now that she’s 18 and has left for college. We picked out a hot-pink damask pattern and gave it a graphic edge with black-and-white accessories.” —Anne Shanahan, Interior Designer

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Small Space

“This cozy space is perfect for my youngest son, Buck, age six, who likes to build forts and hide out. For a closet, I painted an old pine wardrobe the color of the walls, which makes it recede — a great small-space trick!” —Annie Mahoney, Interior Designer

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Secret Passage

“In our loft, I wanted to create engaging spaces where Lola, 11, and Sam, 13, could be on their own yet also interact in a spontaneous way. Their rooms actually sit on top of each other, connected by hidden trapdoors. The rooms have evolved to fit the kids’ needs and ever-changing interests.” —David Rockwell, Architect

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Interior Designer: Romantic Bedroom

Rating. 7.3 / 10 – 5227 votes

Do you think you’ve got a keen artistic eye for room decoration? Well if so, then this is definitely the game for you! Interior Designer: Romantic Bedroom is a straight-forward, room-decorating simulation game for teenagers where you have to choose the furniture, ornaments and accessories for a stylish bedroom. You play the role of the interior designer – you have total control over everything that goes into this cute and rosey bedroom.

You are responsible for everything that goes into the room – from how the furniture looks, to the positioning of each individual piece; From little bedside lamps to tables and chairs – you make the final decision. Choose from a wide range of different styles and give this bedroom a total makeover. You can design a room dominated by furniture, or go for a more Feng Shui, symmetrical style.

Use your creative and artistic side to create as many room designs as you like to show off to your family and friends. Are you ready to get your imagination flowing? Good, put on your thinking cap – it’s interior design time!

How to Play: The controls are in a straight-forward, point-and-click style using your computer mouse or touchpad. At the start of the game, you have a bare room with just a bed in it. Along the bottom of the game screen, various pieces of furniture are available. Left Click on any of these icons to reveal a selection of the pieces of furniture along the left side. For example, if you click on the Lamp Icon, a choice of different lamps will appear. Click on the one you want, and it automatically appears in the bedroom. If you want to remove a piece of furniture, click on the X button below the various different choices.

You can add as many different pieces of furniture as you like. Once you have the bedroom exactly the way you want it, click the Check Mark along the top of the game area. This displays the finished result. If you want to save this design to your computer to show off to your envious friends, click the camera icon. Click the reset button (two circled arrows) at any time to start all over again.

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How to Design a Bedroom for a Pre-Teen

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As the summer term draws to an end, it is now the best time to prepare your child s bedroom for the new term in September; especially if your child is about to start secondary school. It will be of great benefit to you and your child.

Every pre-teen s bedroom needs storage; for their growing fashions collection which includes clothes, shoes, hats, (trinkets) and stuff! When creating storage it is also wise to consider future use such as your child doing homework, or coursework, books and files; these things are best kept in the same zone within the bedroom, in order to avoid frustration.
A comfortable bed with under bed storage drawers are the perfect hideaway for bedding, hidden with a valance will do the trick.

If space permits your pre-teen needs a desk place to do homework.that desk should have drawers space to hide the unattractive but important paperwork. Mid sleepers with a desk and drawers, or cupboards are great space savers if your child s room is quite small.

Think about the various tasks that will take place in the room and add lighting for each. Lighting is also important especially if there is a desk; you will need a desk lamp. Anglepoise lamps are a timeless practical option, with an array of colours you are destined to find a colour that matches your colour scheme. If space allows for a side table, there must also be a bedside lamp. Bedside lamps can also be hung from the ceiling or mounted on the wall.

A pin board, white board or black board are great for notes and calendars, if not incorporated within the room s design correctly can become an eyesore.

A futon, or a trundle bed can be useful for countless sleepovers to come. The floor won t hurt either. If space is scarce an option could be an inflatable bed that can be stored away after using.

At this stage children generally have their own idea for their bedrooms so it always great to get them involved as the design process may just overwhelm you.

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Kids rooms

Kids’ bedroom ideas: go big, or go home we say. Decorating a kids’ room doesn’t mean you have to scrimp on style. In fact, it opens up a whole new world of exciting design possibilities, even for small spaces. It’s the perfect excuse to be as bold, brave or magical as you want. Whether it’s a girls’ room. a boys’ bedroom or nursery. we’ve found some amazing children’s bedroom ideas to steal, from furniture to accessories like kids’ wallpaper. Let the fun begin.





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Sherri Blum, CID is your baby nursery design and kids room design specialist. Sherri is internationally renowned for her timeless design and attention to details. Over the years she has designed and decorated baby nurseries ranging in themes from princess rooms to sports and nautical nurseries. Her kids room designs include floral girls rooms, transportation theme boys rooms including trains, airplanes, and boats; plus cowboy theme rooms and other classic vintage designs that will grow with your child through the years. Sherri has also assisted with commercial design in daycares and preschools and was part of the advisory team for a children s playroom that was totally environmentally conscious for the Leeds Certified Covergirl offices in Baltimore. She has designed a celebrity nursery for the Hollywood celebrity babies of Jodie Sweetin, NFL star, Bart Scott and others. Her heirloom quality nursery wall art can be found in the celebrity nurseries of Mario Lopez, John O Hurley, Angela Kinsey, Tori Spelling and more. She can create a beautiful child s room or designer nursery on any budget. Sherri also offers luxury designer baby furniture and decor such as designer baby crib bedding, baby nursery furniture and kids decor for every taste and style. Contact her today for an appointment or if you re out of the area, check out her Cyber Design Services for interior design clients anywhere in the world. See a sampling of her dozens of designer rooms here to get some great baby nursery ideas!

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The 12 th annual Vancouver Private School Expo
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre

Discover the ins and outs of each of the private schools, how they differ, why parents choose them and the strengths of each school.

How to choose the right school

Learn a step-by-step approach to choosing the right school for your child. There are many factors to consider when choosing a school, and what may be a great school for your neighbour’s child may not be the best fit for yours. Gain insider information on how to assess your child’s learning style against your families ‘wants’ and ‘needs’, and get advice on where to start, research tips and must-ask questions.

Applying & getting into your top school

Choosing the right schools to apply to is step one, but getting into your top choice is not always easy. Get insider tips and advice on what schools look for and how to prepare yourself and your child for a successful application, testing and school interview process.

Tuition, financial aid and tax breaks

A seminar you cannot afford to miss! Join our panel of experts as they unravel the mysteries of educational financing and paying for private school. Learn how to work education costs into your budget while gathering details about incentives such as scholarships, bursaries and financial aid.

  • Speak with education and admissions experts
  • Meet leading private and independent schools and their students – list of exhibiting schools
  • Learn how to find the right private school for your child – information seminars
  • Find out about the admissions process, when to apply and what schools look for
  • Determine your budget and receive information about scholarships and bursaries
  • Speak with education and admissions experts
  • Meet leading private and independent schools and their students – list of exhibiting schools
  • Learn how to find the right private school for your child – information seminars
  • Find out about the admissions process, when to apply and what schools look for
  • Determine your budget and receive information about scholarships and bursaries

Get Explanations of Different School Programs Types of Schools

  • Confused about the difference between Montessori and Waldorf schools?
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  • What are the benefits of a girls’ private school?

Whether you are looking for a school now or just exploring your options, the Vancouver Private School Expo is a must for every parent. The largest school fair of its kind provides you with the opportunity to speak with schools, students and parents from Vancouver and elsewhere throughout British Columbia. Vancouver schools present will include preschools, elementary, middle and secondary schools, boys and girls schools and private schools from Victoria and Vancouver Island.

School Programs Types:

  • Private high schools
  • Montessori schools preschools
  • Troubled teens
  • Schools for ADHD
  • Gifted kids programs
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Considering a boarding school experience? Meet with specialty schools from Vancouver Island to Nova Scotia, and Switzerland to Hawaii. An opportunity of a lifetime awaits your child.

We invite you to speak with private school education experts and school representatives on a one-to-one basis, all in one day, at one location.