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Pediatric Dentist in Culver City, CA
Your child’s advocate for oral health
Pediatric Dentistry Services
At Smile Street Pediatric Dentistry, we focus on preventative care to protect your child’s oral health and give them their best smile yet. We treat patients from 1 through 18 with special training to address the oral health needs of patients with special needs.
Our general pediatric dentist services include fillings, pediatric crowns, space maintainers, tooth extractions, and cleanings.
To help your child have a comfortable visit to the dentist, we use the most innovative technology like digital x-rays and intraoral cameras. We have WiFi and iPads in the lobby during your wait and LED flat screen movies with headphones to help your child stay distracted during their dental visit.
We believe sedation dentistry is a safe and effective solution to help young patients remain still and overcome fear or anxiety about a dental visit. Sedation dentistry allows us to take care of all of your child’s needs in a single visit without the anxiety.
We use a range of sedation options to fit your child’s comfort and ability to remain still. The most basic form of sedation is nitrous oxide or laughing gas which eases anxiety. Nitrous oxide is fast-acting and wears off in just a few minutes with no needles necessary. If your child will have trouble staying still or is very anxious, we may recommend oral conscious sedation or IV sedation. The last option is the deepest type of sedation and allows your child to sleep through their dental visit. No matter which option you choose, your child will be carefully monitored during the entire appointment.
Delivering quality pediatric dentistry services throughout Culver City
While known to visitors for its moviemaking history, this city of 40,000 has much more to offer. Largely surrounded by Los Angeles, Culver City makes up five square miles today after annexing over 40 pieces of land. Culver City is home to more than a dozen parks like the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook and the famous Culver City Park as well as the six-mile Ballona Creek bike path through the wetland.
LA is California’s largest city and known for its diverse culture, cuisine, and economy. Aside from its famous movie industry, Los Angeles had once been a center for wartime manufacturing and it’s hosted two Olympic Games. Los Angeles is known as the Creative Capital of the World as 1 out of every 6 people work in a creative industry like music, filmmaking, and writing. The city is home to more than 840 art galleries and museums as well as 11 professional sports teams.
This famous beachside city in western Los Angeles County is bordered by Mar Vista, West Los Angeles, Venice, Pacific Palisades, and Brentwood with a population of more than 90,000. Santa Monica is a popular tourist destination for its Pacific Park and Santa Monica Pier and it’s experienced rapid growth over the last 30 years thanks to revitalization efforts. Santa Monica boasts three shopping districts and beautiful parks like Tongva Park with a playground and amphitheater.
Located in the southwest of Metro Los Angeles in the South Bay area, Inglewood has a population of more than 110,000. Inglewood once hosted the largest concerts in Los Angeles at the Forum with superstars like Led Zeppelin and Elvis Presley. Today, the city has a largely youthful population of renters thanks to Inglewood’s limited space. Inglewood has ten neighborhoods like the commercial district of Morningside Park and the residential Inglewood Knolls.
As a resident of Los Angeles, Dr. Marissa takes pride in outreaching to the local community of Culver City.
Marina Del Ray
This unincorporated seaside community about 20 miles southwest of Los Angeles is known for its marina and water recreation. The Marina del Ray marina is home to 5,000 boats and attracts visitors with paddleboarding, kayaking, yacht charters, and dining cruises. The city is also home to the UCLA Marina Aquatic Center and two parks, including the Burton Chace Park with community festivals every year.
Ladera Heights is a small unincorporated area of Los Angeles County bordered by Baldwin Hills, Culver City, and the Westchester neighborhood. Ladera Heights has a small population of just 6,500 with schools served by the Inglewood Unified School District, the Wiseburn School District, and the Culver City Unified School District. The community is located just next to Inglewood’s affluent View Park-Windsor Hills with playgrounds, a rec center, basketball courts, and picnic space.