Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry Picture Gallery

Kids can find trips to a dental office overwhelming.  To help kids overcome their fear of the dentist, the Great Beginnings Pediatric Team recommends you review with your child what to expect.  A picture storyboard is a great way to do that, so we’re providing one here for you!

Children with special healthcare needs especially benefit from getting to review what to expect at their dental visit.  We hope this picture gallery helps you child look forward to their next visit!

(Please note that some pictures were taken before the COVID-19 pandemic and were taken for showing purposes only, not during an actual visit.)



outside view shows Twinsburg pediatric dental office Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry
Here's what Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry looks like from the outside. Welcome!
Twinsburg pediatric dental office reception area Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry
Inside Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry. You'll walk in through here.
waiting room inside Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry shows kids playing with blocks, books, and video games
You'll see a fun waiting room with touchscreen games.
Asian mom walks in Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry while holding boy's hand
You'll come through this hall to come back for your dental checkup.
family walks through colorful Twinsburg pediatric dental office Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry
You can walk through and look at all the fun, colorful art on our walls? What is your favorite?
child gets digital xrays inside Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry
You may stop at this station, so we can take pictures of your teeth!
Twinsburg pediatric dentists Dr. Rachel Rosen and Dr. Laura Adelman pose near brushing sink inside Great Beginnings Pediatric Dentistry
Dr. Rachel and Dr. Laura show you their brushing sink. This is what they look like behind their masks.
Twinsburg pediatric dental office hygiene bay in purple and greens
You'll come into this hygiene bay where we'll sparkle your teeth and count them!
Twinsburg pediatric dentists Dr. Rachel Rosen and Dr. Laura Adelman in full PPE gear
Dr. Laura and Dr. Rachel look a little different behind their PPE. But they are still smiling at you!

Creating your own dental visit storyboard.

Feel free to download and print our pictures to add with your own for a unique storyboard. To explain, parents often use a mixture of their own pictures with the ones we’ve provided here to create a visual story of a sequence of events to expect. For example, one parent’s storyboard includes pictures of the family car and a favorite toy the child can bring. Likewise, another parent’s storyboard included pictures of the ice cream shop they plan to visit after the dental appointment.

Reviewing before and after dental visits.

Even if a child has been to our office before, a review can be helpful in reducing any anxiety they may be feeling about their next visit.  Likewise, after a visit, some children enjoy telling their parents their memories from each part of the office.  Such review gives children a chance to talk about dental visits and ask questions.

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