7 Ways Your Dental Office Design Can Improve Patient Experience

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One of the greatest ways to grow and expand a dental practice is by that coveted patient referral. Word-of-mouth advertising from satisfied patients is the ideal way to assure new patients that they will receive superior service without question. When you give your patients an unforgettable experience that meets their needs and expectations, they’ll keep coming back time and time again, and they’ll refer your dental practice to their friends along the way.

Our Difference is Simple: We Are More Than Just Dental Office Design

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Making the decision to embark on a dental office design project doesn’t come easily. Just as you wouldn’t dive headfirst into a big project without a lot of careful planning, you wouldn’t want to choose your design consultant on a whim. You want to make sure you’re hiring the best one for the job, but how do you know which one to choose? Just as no two design projects are the same, no two design companies are either.

Why is Ergonomics Important in Dentistry?

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As a dentist, you probably spend lots of time delivering quality care to patients. Such care involves maintaining awkward positions to access the mouth area. For example, you may find yourself leaning over for extended periods, having your arms in a twisted orientation, or straining your eyes to maintain proper vision.

Finding the Right Dental Architect for Your Dental Practice

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If you're planning on building or designing a new dental practice, then it's important to find a reputable architect to work with. Unfortunately, you may find that there are a lot of architects out there to choose from, making the decision on who to choose a bit difficult. The following are a few tips that will help you look for dental office contractors and how to choose the one that will fulfill your specific needs.

7 Reasons You Need More Than Just a Designer for Your New Dental Practice

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Designing, building, remodeling a dental office is much different from many other projects. Patients often prefer a dental office that’s comfortable, stylish, and welcoming. Because many people associate dental treatment with pain and discomfort, you can keep your patients at ease by ensuring that your office is built in the right way.

Should I Move My Dental Practice?

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There are many reasons to consider moving your dental practice to a different location. While your current office may have been close to perfection in prior years, that might not be the case today. You may be dealing with situations beyond your control, such as a change in demographics, reduced traffic, or changes in traffic patterns. 

How to Find the Right Location for Your New Dental Office

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You’ve all probably heard the saying, "location, location, location" when buying or renting real estate. There’s a valid reason for that saying, especially when it comes to finding the right location for your new dental office. One of the most important aspects of starting a new dental practice is the physical location of where you will be practicing. 

The Power of First Impressions: 7 Dental Office Reception Ideas

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When it comes to designing your dental office space, your reception area is an incredibly important area to focus on. Not only do you need the staff at your reception desk to be able to deal with patients coming in and out of your office in an effective and efficient manner, but the reception space itself should leave a good first impression on new patients. 

How Large is an Ideal Operatory?

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If your dental practice is in need of a remodel or you're moving your practice into a new building and remodeling is a necessity, then one of the most important things you'll need to consider is the size of your operatories. While you might be tempted to add as many operatories to your layout as possible, this can end up limiting their size, which could be detrimental to the ability of your nurses and dentists doing their job, while also causing discomfort to your patients. However, if you make them too large, then you're just wasting space that could be used for other purposes. Which leaves you with the question -- how big is big enough?
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