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Binge-eating a pillowcase full of peanut butter cups and candy corn while you’re dressed as Wonder Woman is kind of the point of Halloween, isn’t it?But we all know that candy isn’t the healthiest snack on the block – even if you promise to brush and floss when you finally finish stuffing your face.Sadly, the only candy out there that doesn’t contribute to tooth decay and cavities is probably sugar-free gum.But you’re not knocking on your neighbors’ doors in search of chewing gum, are you?Learn more about the negative effects your favorite candy can have on your teeth or—if you’re impatient—scroll to the bottom of the page to find out the worst!

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Chocolate is probably the best candy for your teeth. It’s probably no surprise to you, but eating something like Pixie Stix–which are nothing more than flavored sugar you don’t even have to chew–doesn’t provide any nutritional value and can lead to cavities in addition to blood sugar issues.If you’re going to indulge with sour candies, try rinsing with a glass of water afterward to wash away the cavity-causing acidity contained in these mouth-puckering bites.Examples: Jolly Ranchers, Runts, Lemon Heads & Lifesavers Hard candy like lollipops and jawbreakers is just as bad for you as sour candy, and for many of the same reasons.Because we often suck on hard candy to get it to dissolve, it is in our mouths much longer than other Halloween candy.This just leaves more time for sugars to attack and break down tooth enamel.If hard candy is a habit for you, we don’t have a lot of good news to share.

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