Successfully expanding your dental office requires a lot of thought and planning. An effective practice design reflects your vision for your dental practice and supports the objectives outlined in your business plan. But, this can get extremely overwhelming very quickly. That means important components may be missed.
The right design choices for your entryway help you communicate your commitment to quality dental care, inspiring confidence in the services you offer.
Whether you are working to build a small clinic or expand your practice into a full service dental care centre, you need to guide your patients intuitively to the ‘front door’.
Designers working on enhancing your dental clinic’s entryway must focus on a few key factors.
This will inspire the impression you create on new clients and their overall perception of what to expect from your team.
The relationship you have with your contractor plays an important role in the quality of work you will receive during your dental office expansion.
You need a contractor who understands your needs and has the right experience in dental office expansions.
The decisions you make on your dental office design affects hundreds or thousands of people.
Picking the perfect flooring for your remodel is a lot harder than it sounds.
You will want to make sure you chose a material that will be easy to keep clean and will last a significant amount of time.
Spending time in a waiting room with a child can be a nightmare for a parent.
Children aren’t known for their patience.
If you want to keep parents happy, keep their kids quiet, occupied, and out of trouble.
Their first impression of you and your practice begin here.
A well-designed and functional waiting room can be a huge asset. It can reduce patient anxiety and enhance patient perceptions about quality of care.
You've probably been feeling the space pinch for a short while now, but you've got to face facts. You're really good at what you do and your patient load has increased. That's great!
However, now you need to start considering expanding your current space as well as your dental practice.
Investing in your dental office is an inevitable expense; however, every coin you spend must give you a return. When planning a renovation or expansion for your dental office, you need to look at different ways it will profit your business, from increasing the number of patients you serve, to allowing you to perform complex procedures that are not available from your competitors.
While you and your team are working round the clock to reduce the patient’s waiting time, you need to create a waiting area that makes patients feel as comfortable as possible. Every single element you put in your waiting area must cater to your patient’s need.
Sterile spaces remind us of a gone ere in medicine; today medical offices look a lot like private hotel rooms and art installations. In dentistry, there is more leeway for you to experiment and embrace what modern styles have to offer.