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It’s almost here, the holiday that delights children and adults alike as they creatively plan the perfect costume. On October 31, neighborhoods will be flooded with little trick or treaters ringing doorbells to fill their buckets full of candy. Candy may taste delicious, but some types can have a negative effect on teeth, creating issues like cavities.
Less Trick, More Treat
No one wants to be the house that the kids avoid, so draw in the little ghosts and goblins with these 5 sweet treats that won’t take as big of a toll on their teeth.
Of course, handing out fruits and vegetables aren’t going to excite trick or treaters but these five options are great alternatives to chewy, taffy-like candy that clings tight to teeth and doesn’t easily let go. With the holiday season around the corner, now is the perfect time to schedule a dental checkup to ensure both your teeth and gums are clean and disease free.