We want to remind you a few safety tips to make sure Halloween night is fun for all.
Eat dinner before you take the kids trick-or-treating. Starting off with a full belly will limit the amount of candy your kids will eat late at night.
Take a light source. Whether you use a flashlight, reflective clothing or lighted ropes, make sure others can see you and your goblin clearly.
Stick to a familiar route. It's always a good idea to go trick-or-treating with your children. Choose a route that is well lit and familiar. This is a great time to say hello to your neighbors and introduce your children to other adults that are "safe" in your surrounding area.
Watch this video from our hygienist Dessa for some good tips to keep your teeth healthy and happy through the infestation of all things sweet!
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