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seal a smile logo - CopyWisconsin Seal-A-Smile is a statewide program created in collaboration with the Children's Health Alliance of Wisconsin. The Seal-A-Smile program is currently being offered to schools in Waupaca County. As a part of this program, children may receive oral health education, dental screenings (without x-rays), cleanings, sealants (applied to permanent molars), and 2-3 topical applications of fluoride varnish all provided by a registered dental hygienist free of charge.

The mission of the Seal-A-Smile program is to prevent dental decay and promote oral health as part of a child’s total health.

The Seal-A-Smile initiative has three primary goals:

  1. Sealant Placement – To have annual community-based sealant promotion initiatives in every county of the state (all children are eligible to receive sealants);
  2. Sealant Education – To provide education and information about sealants and oral health; and
  3. Partnerships – To strengthen state and local partnerships between oral health, education, and youth health advocates to improve the oral health of children in Wisconsin.
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