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. 

Getting It Right With The Right Dental Lighting

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No dental office renovation project is complete without taking time to thoroughly consider the lighting positioned throughout the office. Every bit of lighting must be carefully chosen to produce optimal visibility and aesthetic beauty for the space. Because the lighting in the office will come from both artificial and natural light sources, striking an ideal balance between the two will be the primary goal for your designers. If the lighting is done right, you’ll give your patients a dental experience they won’t quickly forget.

Should You Include Exterior Updates in Your Dental Office Remodel?

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Office renovations are an important way to keep any dental office looking fresh, modern, and up to date. During the early planning phases, it’s easy to focus on the interior elements of a dental office like furniture, paint colors, and flooring options. However, some of the most noticeable changes to make during a dental office renovation will be found on the outside of the building. The exterior of your dental practice is the first thing that you, your staff, and your patients will see every day, and mustn’t be overlooked.

A Modern Facility is the Key to Unlocking New Business

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If you've been running a successful dental practice for some time, then you might not see the need for major updates when it comes to your facility. This is generally a mistake. A modern facility can help to bring in more patients, which means that if you never decide to update your existing practice facility, you limit the number of new patients that you could be attracting.

5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Designing Your New Dental Office

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Ask any well-established dentist, and you’ll discover all of the dos and don’ts of an office remodel project. Experience will tell you what important factors not to overlook, and which tips can be ignored. Not all advice is good advice, and those who have actually been through a dental office redesign will be best qualified to tell you what to expect throughout the process.

4 Questions to Ask Your Dental Office Designer

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Sometimes, we could all benefit from a little change, including our dental office. Whether it’s a quick and easy facelift, or a complete dental office design project, you want to feel confident that you’re hiring the right designer for the job.

Finding the Right Location for Your Dental Practice

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Some locations just aren’t the appropriate size; others may not receive enough street visibility. And other locations simply might not be an appealing draw to a particular patient base. So, how do you know which location is the right location for opening a dental practice? The answer isn’t overly complicated.

5 Characteristics of the Best Dental Treatment Room Floor Plans

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Making the decision to build, upgrade, or expand your dental office requires a great deal of planning and preparation. Before getting started, it’s important to have a strategy in place.
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