Yahoo has posted a list of the 7 worst foods for your teeth, and some of them may surprise you. Fruits, for instance, offer many health benefits and are an essential part of your diet, but the acid in citrus fruits and berries can be very hard on your teeth.

Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees children and adults in Culver City and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Visit our website or give us a call at (310) 482-3971 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.

Dentista amigable para usted y sus ninos. Hacemos coronas blancas, sedacion oral, extracciones, y rellenos. Aceptamos muchos typos de seguranzas y medi-cal. Tenemos planes de pagos. No necesita cita los jueves 10-4, viernes 10-4 y sabados 10-2 ou llama para una cita outro tiempo. Tenemos precios razonables.
 
La Dr. Khadavi atiende a adultos y ninos en Culver City y el area de Los Angeles. Llamenos al (310) 482-3971 para darle mas informacion de como podemos proveerle a usted y su familia con sonrisas saludables para toda la vida. 
 
Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees children and adults in Culver City and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Visit our website or give us a call at (310) 482-3971 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.

We won’t make you wait months to see a dentist. We have appointments available within the week. Call to schedule an appointment and see how we can help you smile today!

Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees children and adults in Culver City and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Visit our website or give us a call at (310) 482-3971 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.

Braced-lets: A new kind of dental "bling"

If you want some dental “bling,” you don’t have to mess around with grills that cost a lot and can do a lot of damage to your teeth… You can just wear Bracedlets, a new kind of bracelet made from real orthodontic materials!

Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees children and adults in Culver City and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Visit our website or give us a call at (310) 482-3971 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.

Q: A friend said that my baby could somehow “catch” tooth decay from me. Is this true?

A: Yes, research suggests that the bacteria that causes tooth decay can actually be passed from one person to another – that means that kids can “catch” tooth decay from their parents, friends and other people.

Children under age two are especially at risk for transmission of Streptococcus mutans, the chief cavity-causing bacteria.

Dr. Paul Reggiardo, a public policy advocate for the California Society of Pediatric Dentistry, told the LA Times, “The child initially has the mother’s immunity, and then as that wears off, there’s this window of infectivity where the child does not have that resistance until they start building their own, and they’re particularly susceptible then.”

In order to protect the teeth of children, it’s important to take kids to the dentist before cavities start.

Dr. Indru Punwani, professor and head of the department of pediatric dentistry at the University of Illinois at Chicago, tells the Times, “Five years is too late, that we need to begin at age 1 if we truly want to prevent the disease from starting.”

Dr. Natalie Khadavi sees children and adults in Culver City and serves the greater Los Angeles area. Visit our website or give us a call at (310) 482-3971 for more information about how we can provide you and your family with healthy smiles that last a lifetime.

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