Advanced Dental Arts Buying Back Extra Halloween Candy For Troops

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Dr. Joseph Haddad, second from left, and staff at Advanced Dental Arts pose last year with some of the candy and cards on their way to American troops serving overseas. Pictured with Haddad are (left to right) Betsy Cabarcas, Jen Murphy and April Villanueva.

Got too much candy on Halloween?

Advanced Dental Arts, 738 Easton Ave., will take that extra candy off your hands in exchange for some cash.

The practice, led by Dr. Joseph Haddad, will pay children $2 per pound of candy during a charity event set for from 3-6 p.m. Nov. 3 and 4.

The candy will then be donated to troops serving overseas.

Last year, more tan 50 pounds of candy was collected and donated to troops.

“It’s a well-known fact that too much candy can lead to uncomfortable dental problems and this year, Advanced Dental Arts is doing something about it,” said Dr. Joseph Haddad in a press release about the event.

“It’s a great way to reduce the amount of candy your kids consume while supporting a good cause,” Haddad said in the release.

No appointment is necessary.

For more information, call (732) 545-8111.

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