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July 10, 2020 - Arminco inc.
Studies show that within the first seven seconds of meeting, people can develop an impression of you who are.
This is an extremely short window in which to make a great first impression, but it can be done.
What does your current office design say about your dental practice? How are you setting the tone for what to expect at the office? Have you thought about redesigning your practice?
Keep reading to learn more about why dental office reception design matters:
This is the first room that your patients see upon entering your practice. Their experience in this room will set the tone for the rest of the visit.
A waiting room that is designed properly can help to reduce anxiety as the patients wait for their cleaning or dental procedure. Providing entertainment as they wait is also important. Having toys for children and magazines or a TV for adults can help the time pass by quicker, leading them to think they haven't had to wait long to be seen.
Spacing is important in this area. Making sure that your patients do not feel like they are being packed into a small space will help them feel more at ease. Providing distance between the front desk and the dental furniture will help them feel more comfortable sharing personal information at check-in.
Your marketing brings new customers to you but you must make sure that what you have been advertising matches what's inside your office. Consistent overall branding is important for every business and the design of your office will have a great impact on your brand as a whole.
If a new customer walks in expecting the feeling of a family-owned practice, your design should feel more comfortable versus corporate feeling. Keeping everything within the office a part of the same design theme can prevent you from presenting conflicting interior looks.
Dentist offices are all about function. Imagine if your customer had to follow an elaborate maze in order to check-in at the front desk. You want the experience to be as simple and straightforward as possible.
A minimalist-inspired design can help you focus on the function of the reception space and make sure you are designing it in a way to maximize productivity.
We specialize in creating customized solutions from the design to construction of the space. This is important because you can choose what you want to include and what items that are not necessary for your space. A customized interior design will help your office stand apart from others because it speaks to what you offer.
Please contact us today to begin building out your plan for a new office design or upgrade to your current dental office reception design.
We are happy to walk you through the options and discuss what will fit best for your practice's objectives. Check out our blog for more helpful articles like this.
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