Asheville
(828) 274-9220
  Asheville
(828) 274-9220
  Waynesville
(828) 454-9156
  Waynesville
(828) 454-9156
Great Beginnings Pediatric Dental

Great Beginnings Board Certified

Great Beginnings Pediatric Dental
Great Beginnings Board Certified
  • Why Great Beginnings?

    Our friendly and experienced staff love working with kids of all ages. We look forward to meeting your child and helping them learn how fun dentistry can be.
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  • First Birthday
    Dental Care

    Free Baby Oral Health Exams for kids 14-months or younger!Studies have shown that children seen at an early age are more likely to grow up with great oral health.
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  • Your Child's
    First Dental Visit

    We recommend that a child's first dental visit be scheduled by his/her 1st birthday.We want your child to enjoy getting to know our doctors and staff and be comfortable
    at all times
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  • Teen Zone at
    Great Beginnings

    Make your appointment now for the Asheville office geared specifically for teens!Your teen will see the same Great Beginnings dentist they've always had.
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  • Family Choice Awards Winner!

    Thank for voting us Best Family Dentist in the 2014 WNC Parent Family Choice Awards.

    We are honored and thrilled.

    THANK YOU, WNC!

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About Great Beginnings

At Great Beginnings Pediatric & Orthodontic Dental Specialists, we strive to be a kids dentist in a warm and anxiety-free environment. We believe that happy smiles come from healthy teeth, and love sharing our philosophy in a fun and engaging manner with your child! Our children's dentist offices located in Asheville and Waynesville, NC are designed with your child's health and comfort in mind.

Our friendly and experienced pediatric dentistry staff love working with kids of all ages. We look forward to meeting your child and helping them learn how fun dentistry can be!

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What's Going On ...

  • 2014 WNC Parent Family Choice Awards

    Thank for voting us Best Family Dentist in the 2014 WNC Parent Family Choice Awards. We are honored and thrilled. THANK YOU, WNC!

  • Patient Pay Center For Your Convenience

    In our efforts to continue to provide you the best service, we have launched an online payment system.  The link to sign in will appear on your monthly statement or you can visit:  patientpaycenter.com .   You will need to provide the client code, JQS1RR.  You will also need to provide your customer number which will appear on your monthly statement.

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Emergency Help

  • Knocked Out Permanent Tooth +

    Find the tooth. Handle the tooth by the crown, not the root portion. You may rinse the tooth but DO NOT clean or handle the tooth unnecessarily. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If it is sound, try to reinsert it in its socket. Have the patient hold the tooth in place by biting on a gauze. If you cannot reinsert the tooth, transport the tooth in a cup containing milk. Primary or baby teeth are not generally replaced into the socket, however prompt care by the dentist is recommended.
  • Broken Tooth +

    Rinse dirt from injured area with warm water. Place cold compresses over the face in the area of the injury. Locate and save any broken tooth fragments. Immediate dental attention is necessary.
  • Broken Braces and Wires +

    If a broken appliance can be removed EASILY take it out, if it cannot, cover the sharp or protruding portion with cotton balls, gauze or soft chewing gum. If a wire is stuck in the gum, cheek or tongue, DO NOT remove it. Take the patient to a dentist immediately. Asymptomatic loose or broken appliances do not usually require emergency attention.
  • Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek +

    Apply ice to bruised areas. If there is bleeding, apply firm but gentle pressure with a gauze or cloth. If bleeding does not stop after 15 minutes or it cannot be controlled by simple pressure, take the child to the hospital emergency room.
  • Toothache +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If face is swollen, apply cold compresses. Take the child to a dentist!
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Fun Fotos!

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Emergency Help

  • Knocked Out Permanent Tooth +

    Find the tooth. Handle the tooth by the crown, not the root portion. You may rinse the tooth but DO NOT clean or handle the tooth unnecessarily. Inspect the tooth for fractures. If it is sound, try to reinsert it in its socket. Have the patient hold the tooth in place by biting on a gauze. If you cannot reinsert the tooth, transport the tooth in a cup containing milk. Primary or baby teeth are not generally replaced into the socket, however prompt care by the dentist is recommended.
  • Broken Tooth +

    Rinse dirt from injured area with warm water. Place cold compresses over the face in the area of the injury. Locate and save any broken tooth fragments. Immediate dental attention is necessary.
  • Broken Braces and Wires +

    If a broken appliance can be removed EASILY take it out, if it cannot, cover the sharp or protruding portion with cotton balls, gauze or soft chewing gum. If a wire is stuck in the gum, cheek or tongue, DO NOT remove it. Take the patient to a dentist immediately. Asymptomatic loose or broken appliances do not usually require emergency attention.
  • Cut or Bitten Tongue, Lip or Cheek +

    Apply ice to bruised areas. If there is bleeding, apply firm but gentle pressure with a gauze or cloth. If bleeding does not stop after 15 minutes or it cannot be controlled by simple pressure, take the child to the hospital emergency room.
  • Toothache +

    Clean the area of the affected tooth thoroughly. Rinse the mouth vigorously with warm water or use dental floss to dislodge impacted food or debris. DO NOT place aspirin on the gum or on aching tooth. If face is swollen, apply cold compresses. Take the child to a dentist!
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Fun Fotos!