Tips For Our Kids Teeth After Trick Or Treating

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Trick-or-treating is super fun, just look at all the candy we get, I mean our kids. Although, that much sugar can be pretty bad for our kids teeth. I have some great tips to help your kids teeth, during all of the Halloween candy eating. You can check out Dr. Singh, funder and CEO of Arch Dental’s five tips for enjoying your Halloween treats!

1.       Choose candy that melts quickly and can be eaten easily.
2.       Have a glass of water after eating candy to wash away the sugar and neutralize the acid.
3.       Avoid grazing on candy; it increases the time sugars are in contact with tooth enamel.
4.       Have a treat with or after a meal, followed by a thorough tooth-brushing .
5.       Time is of the essence when it comes to teeth and sugar. If not removed by brushing, or swishing with water, sugar from any source can increase the likelihood of cavities.

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