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Marietta Dentists at East Cobb Dentistry Explain What Candy Is OK for Your Teeth

The Marietta Dentists at East Cobb Dentistry discuss which types of candy are safe for your teeth. The next time you have a sweet tooth, remember to choose a healthier snack.
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    ATLANTA, GA, December 17, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- East Cobb Dentistry would like to take a moment to talk about which kinds of candy are best for your teeth. While you should make it a habit to keep consumption of these foods to a minimum, it never hurts to have a treat every once in a while.

Be Choosy About Your Candy!

Although Halloween has already come and gone this year, knowing which candy is best to stay away from will help keep your mouth healthy going forward into the holiday season. Sorting the good from the bad is not as difficult as it may seem as the selection process actually comes down to candy groups. The Marietta cosmetic dentist clinic notes that while chocolate is generally safe to eat in small quantities (especially the dark variety), the same does not go for taffies and lollipops.

Which Kinds Are Safe?

Hard candy, those which are rough in texture or difficult to chew, are the main culprits for tooth decay and development of cavities, namely because they are notorious for being hard to get rid of.

Caramel and taffy stick to the linings of your gums and get stuck in between the crevices of your teeth. Not only is this uncomfortable, it also serves as a breeding site for bacteria.

"It goes without saying that candy that is difficult to eat is bad for your teeth," says Ken Tralongo, CEO of Tralongo Management and reputed Marietta dentist. "The softer the better is the general rule of thumb."

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