Unique Must-Have Features of a Pediatric Dental Office Design

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The world of design can be a tricky business. Trying to utilize styles and trends that connect with your ideal target audience that are both functional and aesthetically beautiful can seem nearly impossible, because everyone’s tastes and preferences are different. 

How to Run a Successful Dental Practice

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Are you looking for a recipe for business success? If so, you’re not alone. Successfully maintaining a personal business is extremely challenging; something that countless individuals struggle through every day. Running a successful dental practice is no exception. If there was a magic formula to guarantee that your dental practice would thrive, grow and be economically profitable, you could bet that every practice would follow the recipe to a “T”. The reality is, there is no cookie-cutter recipe, and the things that will make your dental practice a lasting success will be the things that set it apart from the competition.

Top 4 Ways to Improve Treatment Efficiency Through Design

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The ability to treat patients effectively and provide top-notch customer service is vital to the success of any dental practice. However, both of these areas are heavily reliant on how efficient your practice is. Poor efficiency can harm your practice in many ways -- it can make you fall behind schedule, become disorganized, and cause you to rush through treatment -- all of which can hurt your ability to keep patients happy and to retain them. One of the most important factors in how efficient your practice can be is the design of your office. Keeping that in mind, the following are four ways you can improve treatment efficiency through your dental practice design:

Create Office Ambiance With Dental Lighting

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While the layout of your dental office is incredibly important to both the efficiency of your staff as well as the comfort of your patients, there are other elements of design that you should consider as well; for example, the lighting of your practice. Lighting plays an important part in the function of your office, it's overall aesthetic, and the type of environment you're trying to create (which should be one that is inviting and safe). The following are a few tips to help you improve your dental lighting:

5 Reasons You Should Not Follow a Generic Dental Office Design

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Did you know that going the safe route with a dental office design, shying away from modern trends and color schemes could end up be the worst financial decision you could ever make for your dental practice? Cookie cutter designs and generic aesthetics are a turn-off to patients looking for a dentist that will stick out amongst the rest. The right design will offer your patients and staff a much-welcomed excitement about visiting the dentist that stands in deep contrast to the boring, drab offices that people have dreaded to visit for years and years.

6 Benefits to Choosing the Right Dental Clinic Design

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You may be tempted to think that a basic, generic dental office remodel is all that is necessary to spruce up your practice’s appearance. Splash some paint on the wall, change out a few inspirational prints in the waiting room, and replace the wobbly chairs people sit on and your practice will be good to go. 

Improving Patient Experience Through Design

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We’ve all likely experienced a disastrous dental office visit or two in our lifetime, we’d rather forget. Maybe you weren’t acknowledged when you walked through the door and were unsure of whether to sit down or stand in line. Perhaps you had to sit in an uncomfortable chair with a stained and tattered seat cover, while wedged between a screaming baby on your left and a sleeping patient snoring on your right.

Design Ideas for your Dental Office Reception Area

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Dental offices are often associated with being cold, sterile, and perhaps even painful and anxiety inducing. For the already apprehensive patient, first impressions definitely matter. Your reception area is the first stop for patient visits. Therefore, it’s important your reception area experience is a positive one.

You Don't Have to Compromise: Beauty and Functionality in Your Dental Office Design

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Renovation projects are a serious investment for any individual or business to undertake. They require extensive time to complete and can create significant inconveniences for everyone. They are expensive, often requiring thousands of dollars in construction costs, equipment expenses, interior design fees, and cosmetic changes.