Wisconsin Oral Health Program - Seal-A-Smile Program

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 by increasing the number of dental sealants on their teeth through community-based sealant promotion initiatives.

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.

For more information regarding the Seal-A-Smile Program, please contact:

Robbyn Kuester, RDH

Sealant and Fluoridation Program Coordinator
1 W. Wilson Street, Room 233
Madison, WI 53701
Phone: 608-266-0876
Fax: 608-266-3843

Matt Crespin, RDH, MPH
Associate Director
620 S. 76th Street, Suite 0120
Milwaukee, WI 53214
Phone: 414-292-4002
Fax: 414-231-4972

Last Revised: September 9, 2015