Halloween approaches, and we all know what that means: a tsunami of Halloween candy. I love Halloween in Mt. Pleasant, but as a kids’ dentist, I see the direct consequences of the massive sugar consumption.
To get an idea of just how much candy we consume this time of year, let’s take a look at
Halloween in Mount Pleasant is the best! Lots of fun, crazy costumes, and you even get candy. Even dentists like candy…especially Dr. Randy!
What pediatric dentists don’t like is the colossal cavity bonanza and the health problems that can occur from the massive amounts of candy involved.
Bring your excess Halloween candy to the practice in exchange for cold, hard cash!
I know you’re asking yourself, “Why would a pediatric dentist want ALL the Halloween candy in Mt. Pleasant?” It’s simple—so we can donate it to our troops in lieu of your children eating all of it!
The amount of candy that children (and even adults) consume around Halloween is downright terrifying.
If you didn’t catch our 2016 Candy Buyback event, you really missed out! It was a lot of fun. Specifically, it was more than a half-ton of fun.
You see ^ that? That’s all candy! More than 1,000 pounds of it. We’d like to give a shout out to South State Bank for sponsoring the shipping for Operation
Just in case you haven’t heard, your favorite pediatric dentist in Mt. Pleasant wants your Halloween candy. All of it! I can hear you saying, “but Dr. Randy, we want to eat all of our candy!”
2016 Candy Buyback
Keeping all that sugar-ladened candy sounds good, but is it really good? The calories
Halloween has arrived in Mt. Pleasant, and that means it’s time for costumes, candy, and trick-or-treating!
Despite being a relatively recent phenomenon, the development of Trick-or-Treating in the U.S. has a fuzzy history. As a holiday, it wasn’t really celebrated in America until the 19th century,