Halloween candy may be delicious, but it’s not good for your teeth according to the Ontario Dental Association.
The association says there are ways to enjoy candy without damaging your teeth. ODA President Dr. LouAnn Visconti says chewy and hard candies are worse for your teeth than chocolate. Visconti says you should pay attention to when you eat candy.
Visconti says you should brush your teeth after eating candy, but not right away.
She says there is nothing wrong with a little indulgence, as long as it’s in moderation.