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Focus on yourself every day, not just Mother’s Day

1. Choose healthy snacks. 

Packing a healthy snack for your kids? Don’t forget yourself! Pick these mouth-friendly favorites:

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    Crisp pears, apples, carrots and celery can clean cavity-causing plaque from teeth and help freshen breath. 

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    Cheese and low-sugar yogurt are packed with calcium to protect and strengthen tooth enamel. 

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    Peanuts are a good source of vitamin D, which helps your body absorb calcium. 

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    Dark chocolate with at least 70% cocoa content is full of antioxidants that can help protect against oral diseases, washes off your teeth easier than other candies and has less sugar than milk or white chocolates! So even your Mother’s Day gift may be good for your smile.  

2. Keep your oral health routine on your to-do list. 

3. Treat yourself to a brighter smile. 

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