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Our Mission

We warmly welcome you to our state-of-the-art office in Granada Hills. Here at TLC for Smiles, we combine tender-loving-care with the latest technologies to bring you the best in pediatric dentistry and orthodontics for adults, teens and kids. Our goal is for people to maintain healthy and beautiful smiles throughout their lifetimes.

The entire team at TLC for Smiles is dedicated to changing lives for the better. We start by helping our patients and our care extends into the broader community through community service and support of World Vision, a Christian organization dedicated to helping the poor in the U.S. and abroad.

Our team works together to deliver a consistent and amazing patient experience. We are committed to doing the right thing for our patients, to the best of our ability and to give our patients the best value for their money. At TLC for Smiles, we want to be the best part of your day. We love to make our patients smile!

Our talented dentists include Dr. Catherine Guerrero, Dr. GizelTabibnia and Dr. Janet Schrodi. Dr. Guerrero is a pediatric dentist. Dr. GizelTabibnia is an orthodontist and Dr. Janet Schrodi is both a children’s dentist as well as an orthodontist. All three doctors are invisalign providers. You can see amazing results for invisalign teen and invisalign for adults in our smile gallery!


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iconKids Dentistry Our ServicesPrenatal Dental Care

Believe it or not, a healthy mouth begins before birth! Numerous research studies now show that one of the greatest influences in the cavity-experience of a child is the oral health of the mom.

Babies are not born with cavity germs. Rather, babies acquire cavity germs from their caretakers around the time that the first tooth erupts into the baby's mouth. This happens when mommies and/or caretakers inadvertently share their saliva with babies through activities such as sharing food and cups, sharing eating utensils, taste-testing the temperature of foods, cutting baby's food with their own teeth, cleaning pacifiers with their mouths, etc. The more cavity germs in a mommy's mouth, the more her baby will experience cavities later in life.

Mothers with high levels of cavity causing bacteria will have children who have higher experiences with cavities. Conversely, mothers with low levels of cavity causing bacteria will have children who have fewer cavities.

The great news is that reseach has shown that when pregnant women with high levels of cavity germs were treated to reduce their bacterial counts, their children grew up to have fewer cavities!

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    Invisalign advantage over braces

    Invisalign braces are smooth plastic aligners that gradually straighten teeth without the need for metal brackets or wires.

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    Invisalign Teens

    Invisalign Teen straightens teeth and corrects other common dental problems without the pain or restrictions of metal braces.

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    Early Orthodontics

    Known as Phase 1 or early interceptive treatment, may include treatments such as palatal expansion, active retainers, or partial braces for children 6 and 10 years old.

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    Prenatal Dental Care? What is this?

    Believe it or not, a healthy mouth begins before birth! Numerous research studies now show that one of the greatest influences in the cavity-experience of a child is the oral health of the mom.

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    When and How to Brush Baby’s Teeth

    The right time to start brushing your baby’s teeth is right as soon as the first teeth erupt! And whenever two teeth touch each other, it is time to start flossing! That is because bacteria in the mouth will start to stick to the teeth.

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    Your Baby's First Dental Visit

    Believe it or not, we want to meet you when you are expecting or before your baby is three months old! Of course we are not yet checking the baby's teeth. Rather, we are checking the health of your mouth!

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