Halloween that is kind to your teeth.

It's that time of year again! The time when ghosts and goblins come out to play... and so does the candy. Lots and lots of candy. 

Halloween is right around the corner, and with it comes all sorts of dental hazards! If you're worried about your teeth this Halloween, never fear! There are plenty of ways to enjoy the holiday without putting your pearly whites at risk.

But don't worry - there are ways to enjoy Halloween without ruining your teeth. Check out these tips for keeping your pearly whites healthy this Halloween.

1) Choose treats that are good for your teeth. Carrots, apples, and other crunchy fruits and vegetables are great choices for Halloween candy. They’re healthy for you AND good for your teeth!

2) Avoid sticky, sugary candy. This type of candy sticks to your teeth and provides an ideal environment for bacteria to grow. It’s best to avoid it altogether if you want healthy teeth. 

3) Drink plenty of water. This will help wash away any sugary residue left on your teeth after eating candy. 

4) Stick to a moderate amount of candy. Eating too much sugar can damage your teeth over time, so try not to go overboard on the sweet treats this Halloween!

So this Halloween, be sure to enjoy yourself but also keep your teeth in mind! Choose healthy treats and avoid sugary candy, and you’ll be able to indulge without worrying about your pearly whites. Have a spook-tacular time!

How can the dentistry industry become more sustainable?

All of us will go to the dentist at some point, whether that’s regularly or just when you have an issue – they’re a vital part of life, and are a regular sight when you’re out and about. However, one thing you might not have previously considered about your dentist’s office is the impact that they’re having on the environment. With the planet heating up, like all businesses and individuals, dentists have a role to play when it comes to fighting climate change. 

Halloween that is kind to your teeth

It's that time of year again! The time when ghosts and goblins come out to play... and so does the candy. Lots and lots of candy.

The Dark Side of Halloween

On October 31st, people across the globe will dress up in costumes, carve pumpkins, and eat copious amounts of candy. Though it may seem like an innocuous holiday, the truth is that Halloween has a dark side. 

Tooth.Eco collabs with Stipra.

Find out how you can earn a sustainable toothbrush through our partner, Tooth.Eco, by recycling your old toothbrushes and other plastic products!