What are the worst and not-so-spooky candies for your teeth? This might be surprising coming from an oral care company that literally obsesses over the best angle to hold your brush bristles, but you shouldn’t ignore your sweet tooth’s desires this Halloween. Before you choose which trick-or-treat to bite into or giant bag of discounted candy to buy, though, you should know which candies to run from like you’re in a horror movie and the sweets that aren’t so spooky for your teeth according to quip dentist, Dr. Hariawala.
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