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Dental Clinic and the Sealant Program
Free Dental Sealant Program

The Washington County Health Department participates in the Dental Sealant Program funded by the Ohio Department of Health.  This program brings dental personnel into qualified schools in Washington, Noble, and Monroe Counties to apply dental sealants to second and sixth graders at no charge to the families.  Children are re-checked in third and seventh grades for retention.



Contact Angela Eddleblute, the Dental Sealant Program Coordinator

What is Dental Sealant?

Sealant is a safe plastic coating which keeps germs from forming cavities by keeping them from gathering in the tiny pits and fissures that exist on the chewing surfaces of molars.  Sealants work and are easy to apply. There are no drills or needles involved! 

I would like for my child to get sealants.

First, print and fill out a dental sealant form (must be read and signed by a guardian) and have your child give this form to their teacher. 
You can also get sealants at your family dentist's office, if you prefer.

See the flyer for more information!

Washington County Health Department

342 Muskingum Drive
Marietta, OH 45750

Ph: (740) 374-2782
Fx: (740) 376-7074


8 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
(Except for legal holidays)

Nursing and Immunization hours