Designing Your Dream Practice

A better patient and colleague
experience by design

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Our Design Timeline

Price Guide

ONE

Stages 1-4

from £295 inc. VAT

TWO

Stages 5-6

from £495 inc. VAT

THREE

Stages 7-8

from £495 inc. VAT

FOUR

Stages 9-12

Included within a detailed project costing proposal

Introducing: Our In-House Design Service

We’re proud to bring the design excellence of Global Dental’s in-house design service to our clients’ ambitious projects. Our team drawns on architectural sector expertise across residential, commercial, education and healthcare creations to deliver superb dental environments. Our passion? Challenging what a dental environment can be starting with the functional needs of a practice then enhancing this experience for every user of a building through design innovation.

To put it another way: a space designed to perform with clinical precision can still be visually inspirational. Our belief in design sustainability – from looking at materials, sources, processes, lifecycle and more – means an intelligent approach to sustainable thinking is designed into the very DNA of every Global Dental project.

Your Dental Design Questions Answered

Q: How can I make my dental clinic attractive?

The right blend of light, colour, scale and textures must be used with the personality of the practice and its users in mind.

Q: What factors should be considered when making changes to the dental?

Starting simply with the things a practice needs to work – things like ‘where should the reception be placed’ and ‘is the waiting area in the most relaxing possible place’ – visual elements should be used to create the right sensory experience.

Q: How can I make my dental practice stand out?

By having a sense of the personality of the practice, matching this with your brand and making sure this ‘language’ is seen in the entire experience from colleague clothing to practice design you can create an inviting and reassuring experience.

Q: How can I make my dental office more efficient?

Examining the movement in a practice (like how people and colleagues flow in the building) plus the equipment (looking at how newer equipment can bring quicker or easier work with benefits like better ergonomic performance for colleague health) will contribute to a more efficient practice.

Q: What is one design element every dental suite or practice should have?

A calm and supportive space should be considered an essential. Ask yourself where your practice sits within the balance between being visually professional and visually comforting for patients. Inspiration can be taken from luxury spaces like health spas and high-end hotels.

To discover how our industry-leading dental design know-how can make your dream practice a reality simply contact us for an initial consultation with Managing Director Ryan Devenish.

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