Japantown Dental Hosts Halloween Candy Buy Back

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The first annual candy buy back will take place from 2-5 p.m. on Nov. 5 and 6.

Japantown Dental is excited to announce that they will be hosting their first annual Halloween candy buy back. After Halloween this year, stop by the dental office to get cash for candy.

The candy buy back program will be going on from 2-5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5 and Thursday, Nov. 6. Japantown Dental will be buying back Halloween candy for $1 per pound. All candy, with the exception of Pixy Stix, will be accepted to benefit Operation Gratitude.

Operation Gratitude sends care packages to new recruits, veterans, first responders, wounded warriors, care givers and to individually named U.S. service members deployed overseas. Since its inception in 2003, Operation Gratitude has sent more than one million care packages.

Japantown Dental will also have blank cards which kids can use to write the troops a message to go along with their care packages. The troops always greatly appreciate this gesture which brings them the biggest smiles.

Don’t let Halloween be scary for your teeth! The Halloween candy buy back program is a great way to ward off cavities from those sugary sweets. Instead, people can get rewarded for collecting the candy that would otherwise harm their teeth.

It is not necessary to be a patient of Japantown Dental to participate in the candy buy back. For more information, call 408-294-9944 or visit their website at http://www.japantowndental.com/.

About the company:
At Japantown Dental Group, they provide generations of happy, healthy smiles! Drs. Hiura and Nguyen work with patients to create a personalized treatment plan to fit their specific needs and desires. They believe that a patient’s visit should be as pleasant and comfortable as possible and provide individual LCD TVs at each chair for patients to watch movies during their visit. Japantown Dental offers general dentistry services, including white fillings, veneers and emergency dental services, such as a broken tooth or bitten tongue. They are committed to providing their patients with the care and treatment that they deserve. Please visit their website for more information at http://www.japantowndental.com/.

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