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Halloween and Braces: Which Foods You Should Avoid While Still Having Fun

It seems like braces and Halloween candy mix like oil and water—or vampires and werewolves, if you prefer. But the truth is not ALL Halloween candy is off-limits for braces wearers. Of course, there are foods to avoid with braces. You probably learned about those at one of your initial orthodontist visits. Fortunately, the news […]

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halloween costume ideas and your health

It’s Not Just About The Candy!

Halloween Costume Ideas and Your Health Candy is a natural concern for parents and dentists at Halloween. And you can find plenty of information here, here and here on our blog to help your kids (as well as yourself) maintain good oral health amidst the sugar-filled spoils of annual trick-or-treating. But candy isn’t the only […]

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TIPS FOR A SAFER, HEALTHIER “TRICK OR TREATING & EATING” HALLOWEEN

October is here, and that brings three things to mind for parents and dentists throughout the nation: National Orthodontic Health Month, National Dental Hygiene Month and, of course, Halloween. With last year’s tricks, treats, monster cavities, and broken brackets and appliances haunting memories, The Smile Generation®-trusted dentists are gearing up to raise awareness on how […]

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Trick or Treat: Halloween Infographic

Can you believe it’s October already?  That means Halloween is around the corner.  Enjoy and share this infographic featuring fun facts about Halloween costumes, pumpkins, candy and trick-or-treating. Infographic Sources: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/halloween-scare-8-billion-spending-110632444.html http://www.history.com/topics/pumpkin-facts http://www.factmonster.com/spot/halloweencensus1.html

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Sweet Facts about Halloween

With Halloween around the corner, we’ve gathered some interesting facts for you. FACTS: More than 35 million pounds of candy corn will be produced this year; equating to nearly 9 billion pieces — enough to circle the moon 4 times if laid end-to-end. Candy accounts for only 6% of the added sugar in the American […]

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