Monday, October 23, 2017

Halloween Candy Sweet Swap!!


HALLOWEEN SEASON MEANS it’s time for our Sweet Swap! Do your kids bring home more candy from trick-or-treating than you want them to eat? Do they only eat a few of their favorite pieces and leave the rest to go stale? Whatever the reason for the excess candy stash at your house, we’re giving you a way to trade it for something that doesn’t cause tooth decay! 

Don’t Let Candy Turn Into Cavities!

The health of your children’s teeth is always one of our top priorities, and that’s even truer around Halloween. This is why we’re hosting an event to help your family get something out of all that candy—besides sugar-highs, toothaches, and upset stomachs.
The event in question is our “Sweet Swap,” where we give your children a chance to swap out their extra candy for sweet prizes!

When Is Our Sweet Swap?


Start turning in your extra candy today until November 16th!
Trunk or Treats have already begun so you are able to get that unwanted candy out of your house as soon as possible!


How Does Our Sweet Swap Work?

Bring your candy in and we will give  our patients points on the computer (Century Points) which will add to the total points they are collecting. Not only will our patients be rewarded for trading in your sweets, but you can be entered for sharing fun pictures on social media as well!

Participating Is Easy!

Step 1: Take a picture with a fun social sign to show you’ll be swapping your extra sweets for fun prizes.
Step 2: Post the photo to Facebook, and tag our practice location.
Step 3: Receive a raffle entry to win a prize!

We Hope You’ll Bring Your Friends Too!

Our Sweet Swap is not exclusive to our patients! If you have any friends, family, neighbors, or coworkers you think might be looking to get rid of extra Halloween candy too, invite them to attend and join in all the fun!

Check out our Facebook page for more Sweet Swap information and updates!



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