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Clark County Seal-A-Smile & Community Oral Health Services

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Clack County Seal-A-Smile

Provides NO-COST oral health services for ALL children in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, regardless of insurance status, in participating schools.


Oral health services are provided by a licensed dental professional on various dates throughout the school year! Oral health services include:

  • Teeth Cleaning and Screening

  • Education on Proper Teeth Brushing

  • Fluoride Treatment(s)

  • Dental Sealants (If Applicable)

Orthodontic Checkup

The Wisconsin Seal-A-Smile (SAS) program is a statewide sealant program that offers grants to local school-based programs targeting underserved children, such as Clark County SAS. Wisconsin SAS is a collaborative effort between the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), Delta Dental of Wisconsin, and Children’s Health Alliance of Wisconsin. The programs mission is to improve the oral health of Wisconsin children by providing school-based dental sealants.

Need help signing up your child to receive oral health services through Clark County SAS?

Have any questions?

Please call Corrine at:


Online Consent Form
Click to complete a form for the 2023-2024 school year if your child's school is listed as OPEN.

Participating Schools

Dorchester Head Start
Colby St. Mary's
Loyal St. Anthony's
Neillsville St. John's
Thorp Catholic

Community Oral Health Services

The Clark County Health Department (CCHD) does not offer full, routine, oral health services for community members. The CCHD does not have a dentist on staff.

Community Health & Resource Fairs

  • The CCHD provides limited NO-COST oral health services to those age 2+.

  • Services include a teeth screening, a fluoride treatment, and oral health education.

  • Walk-ins Only – Wait times may vary based on participation.

  • 1:00pm – 5:00pm

  • St. Bernard Catholic Church – Abbotsford. Click here for dates.

Fluoride Water Testing

  • The CCHD has NO-COST private well water test kits available if you are pregnant, or have a child under the age of 1.

  • Samples are collected to test for bacteria, nitrates/nitrites, fluoride, and heavy metals.

  • Correct levels of fluoride in drinking water help prevent cavities and support the development of strong teeth. The most common ways that people consume fluoride is through dental products, supplements, and drinking water.

  • If you have a child in your home that is over the age of 1, and are curious about your fluoride levels, please contact Paige Lindner at 715-743-5112 to see if you are eligible for a no-cost private well-water test kit.

  • For more information, click here.

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Corrine Spencer

Seal-A-Smile Program Coordinator
Public Health Nurse

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Kaye Nowobielski

Seal-A-Smile Program 
Registered Dental Hygienist

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Deann Hanson

Seal-A-Smile Program
Registered Dental Hygienist

To report a public health emergency or communicable disease after hours, please contact Clark County Dispatch at (715) 743-3157.

Our office is closed on significant holidays & days of recognition. Please click here for more information.  

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