Design Trends to Improve Your Dental Practice Waiting Room

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We all have but one chance at making the right first impression. Let’s look at what can affect a patient’s first impression of your practice and how to improve it. Many business owners share the same common guilty status when it comes to the exterior surroundings of their business. 

HJT: Dental Office Design 101

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There is a lot that goes into planning your dental office. Dental design can quickly become overwhelming without help and a clear plan. Finding a space where you can thrive long term is important.

Is Your Dental Operatory Rooms Echoing Good Vibes?

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We know that there’s a positive connection between attractive well designed environments and patient’s experience, so it makes perfect sense that the right dental office design can be the key for gaining those coveted patient referrals and increasing patient retention rates. While every room in a dental office is important, there are certain spaces, like the dental treatment rooms, that are especially important and require a little extra focus and attention to ensure the comfort and satisfaction of your patients. The right design will not only make your patients feel happier, but it can help reduce their anxiety which is always a bonus when visiting the dentist.

Attracting the Next Generation of Dental Patients-and Keeping Them

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When it comes to the success of your dental practice, it is just as important to retain patients as it is to attract new ones, especially when dealing with the younger demographic. Millennials are growing up and having families, and can easily turn into lifetime patients, so it’s crucial to look at all of the various ways you can attract the next generation of dental patients, from your marketing approach to your dental office design.

4 Reasons Why Your Dental Practice Isn’t Bringing in New Patients

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It can be a frustrating experience if your dental office isn’t bringing in as many new patients through the door as you’d like to see. Before you may chalk it up to dips in the economy, or a number of other reasons, it might be time to take a hard look at your dental office design and evaluate some areas that could use some improvement or a little TLC.

How Design Impacts Your Dental Practice Marketing Strategy

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Unfortunately, existing is not enough. You may be getting patients through the door. However, developing a brand that’s easy to remember and difficult to forget isn’t that simple. It’s the reason you need to have a creative marketing strategy, one that can help you attract and retain existing patients. Investing in an office redesign, remodel, or relocation are viable options to consider, because the patient experience is what will keep your practice thriving.

Why is Design so Important to Your Thriving Dental Practice?

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Much like technology, dental office design is always evolving. Gone are the days of sterile, boring, and outdated offices that feel cold and uninviting. Dental offices of today are being transformed into colorful, vibrant, and cozy spaces that often feel like a home away from home or even resemble an upscale hotel or spa like interior.

How Dental Operatory Rooms Can Make or Break Your Practice

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The design of your dental practice is important for a number of reasons, especially considering you’ll likely end up working within this design for quite some time. Since your dental office is the face of your business, it’s too important to leave the design to chance. Instead, it needs to be carefully and meticulously designed to meet the current and future business needs of your patients and staff.

How Staff Morale Impacts Your Patient Experience

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It’s usually pretty obvious to most patients when an employee isn’t happy with their job. An employee’s discontent is written all over their face and often affects the way they deal with patients in a negative manner. It’s also pretty obvious that a happy employee will lead to happier patients and a more profitable and positive outcome for all involved. When planning a dentist office interior design project or remodel, it’s imperative to optimize the office to make employees feel more appreciated and comfortable, therefore improving and boosting staff morale, which will ultimately lead to a much better patient experience.
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