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Whether your kid eats one bit of candy or multiple pieces, it’s important to have them brush their teeth with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste as soon as possible. This will help prevent tooth decay. It’s important to help your child avoid overloading on Halloween candy. You can do this by creating a candy plan, whether the plan is to hide the candy and let your child slowly eat it over time, limit the number of houses your child visits, give your child a smaller bag, or offer a no-sugar reward for their candy.