Turkey

The Good: This main course is packed with protein.
The Bad: “Turkey can be difficult to eat because it sometimes gets stuck between your teeth,” says ADA spokesperson Dr. Kim Harms. “That’s where flossing can help.”
The MouthHealthy: It’s the star of the Thanksgiving table. Gobble it up!

Cranberry Sauce

The Good: It’s a tasty Thanksgiving tradition.
The Bad:
 Cranberries are naturally tart, so sugar or sugar substitutes are often added to recipes. This side dish can be sticky, acidic and may temporarily stain your teeth.
The MouthHealthy: If eaten alone the sugar content, stickiness, tendency for the little berries to get stuck between your teeth and acidity make it one of those foods that needs to be eaten with a meal.”

Yams

The Good: Sweet potatoes are rich in Vitamins A and C, which help keep your gums healthy. They can also be prepared in many ways.
The Bad: Candied yam recipes call for marshmallows. Sticky foods can damage your teeth since they tend to stay on your teeth longer than other types of food.
The MouthHealthy: If candied, enjoy in moderation and drink plenty of water with your meal to help wash away any leftover food.

Read More: http://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/thanksgiving-slideshow