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Educational blog from Gallatin Valley Pediatric Dentistry
Gallatin Valley Pediatric Dentistry has created this informative blog to help educate parents on keeping their children's smile's healthy.

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How to Tell if Your Tooth Has a Cavity

Posted on 10/19/2020 by Dr. Joni
A dental cavity is one of the world's most common oral health problems. A cavity is a small hole located at the top surface of an infected tooth. It is very common in children, teenagers, and older adults. When cavities are left untreated, they can affect deeper layers of the teeth, leading to...
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Is It Okay to Only Floss Occasionally?

Posted on 10/5/2020 by Dr. Joni
You likely know the common rule of thumb about brushing your teeth: twice a day, once when you get up and again before you go to bed. But what about flossing? Many people know that they should floss “regularly,” but what does that mean? If you ask us, it means daily. If you don't...
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How to Help a Thumb Sucker

Posted on 8/3/2020 by Gallatin Valley Pediatric Dentistry
Thumb sucking starts innocently enough. Babies have an instinct to suck and some of them put their fingers or thumb into their mouth. Thumb or finger sucking can make the child feel secure. Often, a baby will use it as a method of self-soothing. The habit can last for a while and many children...
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