Christ is risen! Happy Easter to All. This is a period to eat and celebrate with family. You have passed through the lent period and you stayed off certain foods such as meets. As you prepare to celebrate, we advise that you also consider staying off certain things to ensure you do not affect your oral hygieneEaster is filled with chocolates, sweets, junk food, and alcohol. We are offering the following advice to make sure that Easter is a happy holiday for you but not a period where your teeth have to suffer.

  1. Stock Easter Basket with Non-Food Alternatives. 

Do you have high-energy kids? These non-food ideas will help harness their energy without giving them a sugar rush.  Fill those baskets with magical items and fewer candies. The following is an idea of what you can run with:

Make it worthwhile, get them busy with making creative arts. Getting those stickers, markers, and paper are great staples to start off with. Worried about what they should do? Pinterest has a lot of creative ideas to work with. 

  • Toys

Let the easter toy over! Get the kids busy with games instead of filling the whole house with candies and chocolates. 

  • Try Out These Healthier Easter Treats

If you are looking forward to a balanced healthy meal on easter, you should reduce intake of candies, sticky meals and keep meals simple, and healthy. Alternate sweets and candies with fruits and vegetables. 

2. Follow These Toothy Care Tips 

The abundance of easter candy lining the shelves this time of year is a great reminder that it’s important to take care of your oral health. Check out these 3 tooth care tips to make sure you’ve “brushed up” on the latest. 


This one may seem obvious, but brushing twice a day is the best way to protect against tooth decay and gum disease. Cleaning the daily plaque build-up removes harmful bacteria from the teeth and gums. This is especially important during candy-heavy holiday seasons.


Remember, brushing alone isn’t enough since tooth decay and gum disease usually begin between teeth and below the gum line. Flossing is the only way to get at these problem areas.

Schedule Regular Dental Check-Ups

After Easter, schedule your regular dental checkup with your dentist. They would give you a thorough cleaning that will remove all the hidden plaque on your teeth. 

Here at Smile360 dental clinic, it is our job to ensure you have great oral hygiene. Feel free to call us on 08181360000 for Lagos or 08181360023 in Abuja.