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Protect Your Teeth From Halloween Candy

Halloween is a favorite holiday for both children and adults. However, the excess candy consumed following the 31st of October can be problematic. In addition to teaching your children the safety protocols for trick-or-treating in the neighborhood, it is important for you to also educate your child on the importance of preventing cavities and disease while enjoying their new treats!

Newington, CT area parents are encouraged to learn about the various tips and recommendations to keep Halloween candy from damaging their children’s smiles!

Ready to work with a team that cares about your dental health and wellness?

Book an appointment with Drs. Zach Korwin and Gary Toubman of Cedar Mountain Dental by calling (860) 667-2600 today!

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