Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers school-based dental services for school-age children. One of the most common childhood diseases is tooth decay, which can result in pain and infection. Our school-based dental services help to make sure students’ teeth stay healthy and strong.
How Does it Work?
- The child’s parent/guardian must provide consent for their child to be seen by the provider. Consent forms will be available when the team is providing dental care at your child’s school.
- As we set up services at your child’s school, our team will contact students and families who are interested in enrolling in dental services.
- We will give your child a paper that explains what happened during the visit with any needed follow up instructions.
School-based dental care services are currently available at Reynoldsburg City Schools. Clinics will rotate to various schools and grade levels throughout the year.
- Dental services are available at Rose Hill Elementary April-May 2022.
- Dental services will be available at Reynoldsburg High School's Livingston Campus and French Run Elementary during the 2022-23 school year.
- The dental clinic will be adding new school clinic sites for the 2022-23 school year.
Services we can provide include:
- Fluoride treatments
- Oral exams
- Dental cleanings
- Dental sealants
- Dental fillings
- Dental extractions