5 Tips to Help Your Patients Deal With Potential Easter Candy Sugar Problems

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These 5 tips will help your patients’ smiles stay healthy despite sugary temptations this Easter.

5 Tips to Help Your Patients Deal With Easter Candy Sugar Crash

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Candy is plentiful this time of year, but sugar isn’t the best for our teeth or our gums. As easy it can be to eat a lot of Easter sweets and treats, that also makes it easy for patients to cause damage to their teeth. Here are some helpful tips to give patients to help them avoid cavities and other tooth pains this season.

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