Office Design and the Patient Experience: What are You Communicating?
Michael Unthank, NCARB, DDS
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
The design program details everything to include in the practice and how it interrelates.
Before beginning, identify the number of people who need to move efficiently (and ergonomically) through the practice space.
A dental office is a commercial facility, and licensed professionals help practitioners to remain in compliance with regulations.
Whether you are renovating or building space, designing your practice image is essentially a marketing vehicle to convince patients that you provide excellent service. The message your facility should communicate is that your patients deserve to receive the finest in care in an attractive state-of-the-art facility. You are designing this project for them.
As a registered professional architect and dentist, Michael Unthank, NCARB, DDS, shares his experience and in-depth knowledge of dental office design in this eBook, guiding you through the many elements of a comprehensive and successful plan.