Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds Set To Open In East Brainerd

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Meagan Pritchard said she plans to open Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds, a service offering views and sounds of babies yet to be born.

It is set to open on May 3 at 7550 East Brainerd Rd. #105.

Ms. Pritchard said, "Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds was opened because I believe babies are the greatest gift of all. For nine months, mothers carry their baby wondering what it will look like, does the baby have dimples or what facial expressions they make. 4D ultrasounds can answer those questions while allowing your family members and friends to have a connection with the baby before it is ever born. I am excited to bring this experience to expectant mothers in and around the Chattanooga area. Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds offers an experience that will melt your heart. Hearing your baby’s heartbeat for the first time and seeing their precious little features is an experience you will never forget.

"The Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds facility is equipped with the highest quality GE machine and offers a very comfortable seating area with a 100? screen to view your precious baby."

She said Sweet Beginnings 4D Ultrasounds "always welcomes friends, family, and children to watch the ultrasound. For those of your friends and family that cannot make it to the appointment, we offer live streaming for free so that your loved ones, whether near or far, can have this great experience with you.

"We also offer heartbeat animals that record the babies heartbeat for the family to have forever. We can take all the images as well as the video of the scan and put them on a disc for you take home, as well as gender armbands. We offer many different packages that are sure to give you everything you want."

The business will be open Monday 9-4, Tuesday 10-6, Wednesday 10-6, Thursday 10-6, Friday 9-4 and Saturday 9-3. The website is www.sweetbeginnings4d.com. Call 423-805-4630.

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