National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center
Module 5: Operating Effective Programs
Module 5 Post-Test Self-Assessment
Which of the following is not a component of an effective, school-based dental sealant program:
The program serves children at higher risk for dental caries.
The program applies sealants efficiently, so that as many children as possible receive sealants.
The program provides topical fluoride treatments as needed.
The program provides high-quality sealants with good retention rates.
For school-based dental sealant programs, the objective of targeting is to provide sealants to the largest number of children who:
Are in 2nd and 6th grades.
Have dental homes.
Are at higher risk for dental caries.
Have dental insurance.
The process of evaluating school-based dental sealant programs to ensure that they are meeting the goal of efficiently applying high-quality sealants to the teeth of children at higher risk for dental caries is called:
Ohio Department of Health (ODH)–funded school-based dental sealant programs may submit claims for Medicaid beneficiaries for the following services:
Dental sealants and examinations.
Dental sealants, examinations, and X-rays.
Dental sealants, examinations, X-rays, and topical fluoride treatments.
ODH-funded school-based dental sealant programs must submit program reports that:
Are timely, accurate, complete, and reasonable.
Are compiled using SEALS software.
Show that the program met all ODH benchmarks.
Are submitted on the form provided by ODH.