Making Movie Snacks More Teeth Friendly

movieLast week we discussed how eating the fish and seafood you catch during those fishing trips this summer. Today dental implants Greensboro, NC provider Dr Hatcher and the rest of his staff want to talk about another classic summer activity; movie nights!

The Carolina Theatre’s 8th Annual Summer Film Festival

Now that it’s summer and school is out, there will be plenty of time for kids and adults alike to go to the movies. Well, we have just the thing for all you movie buffs. It just so happens that the Carolina Theatre is announcing it’s 8th Annual Summer Film Festival. This is a six-week event that began on July 6th and runs through August 13th. Each movie begins at 7 PM and ends at 10 PM.

Showings

Curious about what movies the Carolina Theatre in showcasing this summer in its Annual Summer Film Festival? Well, we went out and got the full list for you, starting with the next showing on July 20th.

  • 7/20 – Shadow of A Doubt
  • 7/21 – Superman
  • 7/22 – How The West Was Won
  • 7/23 – The Sound of Music ( This showing is going to be a sing-along! Bring the kids! )
  • 7/27 – The Lady Vanishes
  • 7/28 – Planet of The Apes
  • 7/29 – Die Hard
  • 7/30 – Girls! Girls! Girls!
  • 8/3 – Rear Window
  • 8/4 – This is Spinal Tap
  • 8/5 – Stand By Me
  • 8/6 – West Side Story
  • 8/10 – Notorious
  • 8/11 – Labyrinth
  • 8/12 – Dazed and Confused
  • 8/13 – Grease

The Carolina Theatre is located at 310 S. Green Street, Greensboro, NC 27401. For more information on the Carolina Theatre’s 8th Annual Summer Film Festival please feel free to give them a call at 336-333-2605 or visit their website www.carolinatheatre.com.

Make Movie Snacking More Teeth Friendly

Now, for those of you like like to snack during movies (Which is, like, everyone. Just admit it) we couldn’t let our dental implant patients run off without first giving a few tips on how to make movie snacking more teeth friendly.

First off, try and avoid long-lasting hard candies. These make the acid attack on your teeth longer than it needs to be. If you must have candy during a movie, try to pick a softer one that can be chewed quickly and swallowed. Second, opt out for the super-sized soda. Just drink a regular sized one or have water instead. By doing this not only will you be avoiding numerous tablespoons of sugar, but you will most likely save yourself a mid-movie trip to the bathroom. And for you popcorn lovers, just make sure you floss afterwards. Popcorn is notorious for getting stuck in between your teeth. Other than that, go have a night on the town and take a friend to the theatre!

Are you thinking date night? We’re thinking date night. *Suggestive eyebrow raise and whistle*

Until next time reader, go see a movie and keep smiling.