Not all Halloween candy is created equal. You probably have your favorites, just as your kids do, but when we talk about equal, we mean equally scary for your teeth. Sugar, as the core, is bad for your teeth. There’s no doubt about that. But the way that you consume sugar is more important than how much of it you consume. When choosing good candy, find something that can be consumed quickly and rinsed away completely. Chocolate is an excellent example! See our infographic for more tips on the perfect Halloween candy for your trick-or-treaters.
To Our Patients,
We understand and deeply respect that you may be concerned about Coronavirus in public places, even at our state-of-the-art sterilized office.
Our first priority is always the health and well-being of our patients. And that is a priority we take extremely seriously, even with the current disruptions we’re all experiencing.
In compliance with state guidelines created to protect our community, our team, and our patients, we will not see regular patients at this time.
If you do have a dental emergency, we are here and will be happy to help you. Please call us and we’ll get you in ASAP.
If you do have a scheduled appointment, we will be reaching out to you directly to get you rescheduled to a future date.
This is just one more way that we can show our high level of care for you and for everyone in our community. We very much look forward to seeing you, your family, and your friends very soon.
As always, if you have any questions, please call our office at 513-802-9440.
Dr. Chuck Bell
Dr. Dave Bell, Jr.
Dr. Maggie Ernst
Dr. Joyce Crowe
Bell Dental Group