Dental Office Design

  • How Two Best Friends and Dental Partners Designed Their Dream Office

    What’s the most unusual design feature of Mattson Hellickson Dental in Beaverton, Oregon? Here’s a hint: It isn’t the living room-like waiting area with the gas fireplace, the state-of-the art digital equipment or even the comfy A-Dec® chairs in the operatories. It’s actually the outdoor firepit, which adds a casual, relaxed vibe to this thriving practice run by former college friends and partners, Dr. Samuel Mattson and Dr. Benjamin Hellickson.
  • Dental Practice’s Growth, Inspired by Design

    Dr. Jeffrey Alvarado teamed up with Henry Schein to reimagine dentistry with the construction of his new office space. The result: A jaw-droppingly elegant facility with all new state-of-the-art equipment and a workflow that enhanced office efficiency, as well as patient comfort and retention. Read on to learn more.
  • Best Strategies for Launching a Successful In-Office Dental Laboratory

    While many practices have found a laboratory that meets their needs and quality requirements, there are also many practices that are considering what it would take for them to produce their own cases in-house rather than sending them outside the practice. Read on for some expert tips on the questions and strategies you should keep top of mind if you are planning to launch your own in-office dental lab.
  • Is 2022 the Year to Sell Your Dental Practice?

    The rebound of dental practices from the pandemic have been extremely strong, with the most recent American Dental Association (ADA) data showing that patient volume is at 90% of pre-pandemic levels. For most practitioners, economic confidence is very high. Many practice owners who put sale plans on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic are revisiting their plans. The bottom line? Now might be the opportune time to buy or sell your practice. Here’s why.
  • Ready for a Refresh? What to Consider When Remodeling, Expanding or Moving Your Practice

    Nothing stays the same, and dental offices are no exception. From updating the décor to expanding treatment spaces and improving workflow and ergonomics, there are a number of reasons why a practice might consider a remodel or renovation. Here’s what you need to know.
  • Non-Profit Surgical Center Provides Care to Community

    A long-time customer of Henry Schein, Dr. Justin Moody knew exactly who to turn to when patient demand and limited space began to hinder New Horizon Surgical Center’s ability to provide the level of care and training his patients, staff, visiting dentists and residents needed. So, he relied on the experts at Henry Schein — his sales representatives and the Integrated Design Studio — to transform one of the building’s suites down the hall into the ideal location.
  • Pediatric Dentists Embrace Coastal Theme in Pensacola, Florida

    Idyllic white sand beaches. Turquoise water. Palm trees gently swaying in the breeze. These quintessential sights and surroundings of Pensacola, Florida, are a calming presence for both locals and visitors alike. It’s the type of tranquility that Drs. Allison and Neil Simmons hope patients will instantly feel when they walk through the doors of Pensacola Kids Dentistry.
  • NYC Dentist Dreams Big with Design, Technology and Location

    If you ask Dr. David Tarica what he loves most about New York, his answer comes easy: “It’s being able to take care of New Yorkers’ smiles.” It’s a vision he has shared with his partners since opening the first of their six dental offices in 1985. Learn how they partnered with Henry Schein to bring their continued passion to life with their sixth office, Hudson Street Dental.
  • 7 Considerations in Financing a Dental Startup or Expansion

    Whether you’re a newly minted dentist opening your first office or an established practitioner eyeing an expansion or renovation, you’ll want to consider whether now is the right time to finance a new venture — and how much you can afford. Here are seven key factors to consider.
  • 6 Critical Components Every Dentist Should Know Before Starting their New Office Build or Remodel

    Deciding how your dental office will look is not only the most exciting part of building a new office or remodel, but also one of the most challenging. A dental office should be comprised of two key factors when it comes to the office layout: Functionality to enhance productivity and the overall patient experience.

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