Improving Wisconsin’s Oral Health

Southwest WisconsinDelta Dental of Wisconsin’s mission is to improve oral health and wellness by extending access to care, advancing science, and supporting an effective oral-health workforce. We actively partner with community organizations and Wisconsin dental providers to reach underserved populations and address local dental needs.

The Seal-A-Smile program is funded by the State of Wisconsin and Delta Dental to provide sealants and fluoride varnish to students in schools with high free and reduced meal rates in order to reach high-risk youth.

Columbia County
  • Seal-A-Smile – Cambria-Friesland School District, Fall River School District, Pardeeville Area School District, Portage Community School District, Randolph School District, Rio Community School District
Crawford County
  • No Delta Dental funded oral health program currently exists, please visit our Charitable Fund Guidelines and Request page for information about our grants,
Dane County
  • Access Community Health Centers, Madison & Sun Prairie – Provides oral care and restorative treatment to low-income adults and children. The new south dental clinic will care for an additional 6,000 patients. Last year, the three dental sites served 11,500 patients.
  • Madison Dental Initiative, Madison – Oral care and restorative treatment is provided within the Salvation Army to 265 residents and other adults without access to oral care. A new dental clinic site within a Boys & Girls Club will begin operation in 2017
  • Dane County Give Kids a Smile Sealant Program – Madison Metropolitan School District, Marshall School District, Sun Prairie Area School District
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry – Scholarship recipients in 2016 (1 individual)
  • Madison College – Dental hygiene scholarships (4 annually)
Grant County
  • Seal-A-Smile – Cuba City School District, Lancaster Community School District, Platteville School District
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry – Scholarship recipient in 2014 (1 individual) and 2016 (1 individual)
Green County
  • Fowler Memorial Free Dental Clinic, Monroe – Provides oral care and restorative treatment to Medicaid-eligible and uninsured children in the county. A grant in 2014 from Delta Dental allowed the clinic to expand to four dental chairs within the facility.
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry – Scholarship recipient in 2016 (1 individual)
Iowa County
  • Access Community Health Center, Dodgeville – Provides oral care to low-income adults and children. Last year, the three Access dental locations served 11,500 patients.
  • Seal-A-Smile Highland School District, Iowa-Grant School District
Lafayette County
  • Seal-A-Smile – Benton School District, Black Hawk School District, Darlington Community School District, Pecatonica Area School District, Shullsburg School District
Richland County
  • Seal-A-Smile – Richland School District, Ithaca School District
Rock County
  • HealthNet of Rock County, Janesville – Provides oral care and restorative treatment to uninsured adults in the county. The clinic serves more than 1,500 patients each year through volunteer dental providers.
  • Seal-A-Smile – Beloit School District, Janesville School District
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry – Scholarship recipient in 2014 (1 individual)
Sauk County
  • Seal-A-Smile – Baraboo School District, Reedsburg School District, Sauk Prairie School District, Weston School District, Wisconsin Dells School District
  • Marquette University School of Dentistry – Scholarship recipient in 2014 (1 individual)

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