Dental Hygienist’s simple trick to prevent Halloween candy from leaving behind cavities

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Soon, little ghouls and goblins will flood the streets to pack their pumpkins with as much candy as possible. And while they aren’t thinking about the cavities Halloween candy can cause, parents and dentists are.

So, what can parents do to minimize the potential tooth damage beyond the regular brushing and flossing? Dental Hygienist Andrea Schroeder from Parkville Dental Center shares the 3-day rule that could make all the difference.

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