Creating a Dental Office Patients Love

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What you, the dentist, wants is a well-designed office that runs efficiently without equipment breaking down or unnecessary staff drama as well as getting compensated for the treatments the practice provides…we get that.

I Already Have Drawings for my Dental Office Construction Project from an Equipment Supplier, Why Do I Need an Architect?

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The path to designing and then constructing your first or next dental office can be pleasant and exciting or be riddled with mishaps and costly compromises. Understanding the tools required for the project and investing in the necessary and appropriate professional services early in the process will improve your rate of success. Lets focus on the project team member that would, in most cases, be responsible for the design and technical requirements of the project, by law, the project architect (PA).

Understanding Your Dental Office Construction Contract and How it Can Affect Your Project

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In a litigious happy society, one would assume that anyone getting ready to partake in a construction project would scour over their construction contract with a fine-tooth comb, but sadly that isn’t always the case. Unfortunately, many dentists overlook the most important aspects in their dental office contract, leading to major problems down the road.

Your Current Dental Office Floor Plans Could Be Causing You More Stress Than You Realize

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If you or your staff are regularly bumping into each other, you have a matchbox for a break room, no storage space for supplies, and are having to walk too far to get to sterilizations, it might be time for a redesign.

Pitfalls That Can Increase the Cost of Your Dental Office Construction Project

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Taking on a design and construction project for your dental office is a significant investment. While many assume that all construction projects will overrun both time and budget, this doesn’t need to be the case. There are some common pitfalls that increase the cost of your dental office construction but knowing what they are and how they can be avoided will help your project succeed. Proper planning and managing throughout will help minimize costs and missed deadlines. Below are a few areas to pay close attention to.

How to Plan Your New Dental Office

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Know Your Vision, Needs and Wants The first step of any major dental office design project should always be the planning process. This is where you define your vision, figure out what you want or need to achieve the desired objective.

What can Happen to Your Dental Practice Construction Budget Without Proper Planning

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When you’re looking to build your dental practice space, there are many things to consider. You need to find the right location, make your plans, find a company to help you, and allocate your budget. Once you have your plans, your timeline, and your financing, it’s important not to make mistakes that will kill your budget. The unexpected may happen, but it’s important to make sure you’ve done everything you can to stay on track.

Understanding Dental Office Construction Costs

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Investing the necessary time and research to plan a difficult treatment plan for a patient is a necessity to inform and prepare you in providing the best possible course of action to achieve the perfect smile for the patient. Planning for the financial commitment of building a new office should receive no less care and a lot more time.

Ingredients for Successful Dental Office Construction Projects

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Whether you’re planning a Renovation, a Build-Out or a complete New Build from scratch, there are must have ingredients to ensure your dental office construction project is a success, and they are:
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