CDC’s Division of Oral Health developed SEALS as a tool for grantee states to measure the resource costs and impact of their school sealant programs.
SEALS is designed to capture data on school sealant programs, allowing users to generate summary reports both for an individual school sealant program and for the state as a whole. SEALS also allows users to export sealant program data to conduct additional analyses.
State oral health programs can use this information to monitor implementation of their school sealant programs, determine return on investment, and demonstrate program value. States can also share summary program data with their sealant programs highlighting best practices and efficient models for adoption.