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Have Your Candy and Eat it Too: Dental Health Tips for Halloween

October 20, 2016

The fall season has arrived! The dropping temperatures and shorter days are undeniable signs the holiday season is right around the corner. Halloween marks the starting point of this annual season of sweets. The next few months will likely include an increase in the consumption of sweets and other treats, and therefore, more dental cavities. However, Halloween should not be a time of worry for parents. Use Halloween as an opportunity to teach kids good dental health habits, including consumption of sweets in moderation. Here are some reminders and helpful hints to ensure you and your kids have a healthy and fun Halloween: Give out healthier treats. Avoid giving trick-or-treaters candies that are sour (high in acidity, which erodes tooth...

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Six Halloween Dental Tips to Keep Your Child’s Teeth Cavity Free this Halloween

October 18, 2016

Halloween is just around the corner and this is a celebration where there is an abundance of sweet delights and treats that you can give to your kids. However, don’t forget that you are putting your child’s teeth in danger because of that. Here are six Halloween dental tips that you can follow to keep your children’s teeth cavity free.  1 – Provide Your Child with Healthier Alternatives to Candies Consuming sweets can cause the formation of damaging acids in your child’s mouth. These acids can affect the teeth for a minimum of twenty minutes prior to being neutralized. Sugar-free gum that contains the synthetic sweetener known as xylitol can be very effective in fighting the bacteria present in plaque...

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