Posts Tagged ‘ halloween ’

Dentists Offer Advice For Dealing With Halloween Candy

Halloween and trick or treat are over and your kids probably have bags and bowls of candy that they just can’t wait to sink their teeth into. Before you let them start on those chocolate bars and lollipops, think about how too much candy could harm their teeth. Dentists are warning parents that while a… Read More »

  • Posted on: Nov 2 2015

Getting Kids Excited About Halloween Candy Buyouts

There are many dental offices that are offering buy Halloween candy from children. Some of them aim at giving the candy to soldiers or the less fortunate and others are just hoping to help the kids avoid cavities. While many parents are happy to hand over their children’s candy, most kids are just not onboard.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 27 2015

Dentist Office Asks Kids To Donate Candy To A Good Cause

Many dentists are discouraging kids from eating too much Halloween Candy this year. Some dental offices are offering pay kids for their candy but an office in Virginia Beach is asking kids to donate their Halloween candy for a good cause. “Operation Troop Treats” was designed to  raise awareness about good dental hygiene and support American troops overseas.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 14 2015

Dental Hygienist Offers Tips For Healthy Teeth During Halloween

It seems like everyone has something to say about the effect of Halloween candy on teeth. Everyone knows that sugar can cause tooth decay and that too much sugar can result in other health problems as well. But how bad is it? Will eating a little bit of candy really hurt your teeth? A dental… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 7 2015

Is Halloween Candy Really That Bad For Your Teeth?

Everyone knows that too much sugar is bad for your teeth, but how much is too much? With Halloween only a few weeks away, kids are getting excited about loading up on candy. Dentists however are warning parents that too much candy can lead to cavities and tooth decay. One dental practice in California is… Read More »

  • Posted on: Oct 6 2015