A clinic experience isn’t something many people give much thought to. Plenty of research has gone into the ‘shoppers experience’ at stores, but the clinical equivalent is often seen as another essential responsibility. However, solid design tricks can help entice patients to become regular customers and encourage them to come back soon instead of pushing back their next appointment.
We all want our patients to feel completely at ease when they walk into the clinic. More often than not, patients and their families probably don’t want to be attending a medical or dental appointment. Feelings ranging from boredom to uncertainty to fear are common in clinical spaces. Noting this, significant investment has been made in interior design for clinical spaces over the last few decades.
At Dentifit, we play with light in creative and clever ways to make your clinic fitout stand out. With this in mind, we still follow tried and true methods to make your patients comfortable in the waiting room and your staff alert in their workspace.
The colours we choose for our clinic are so much more than a decorative interior design choice. Read on for our round up of the 4 top things to consider when choosing colours in clinics.
Noisy environments in dental and medical clinics tend to foster a stressful and uncomfortable environment for our patients. Keep your patients happy with the following tips.
Learn how to make your waiting room experience much more enjoyable for patients. Follow these 7 tips to help your clinic visitors enjoy their time in your waiting room.
Patients are accustomed to dental or medical clinics that resemble a spa – not a cold, clinical interior. Learn the top 6 interior design tips to break.
Which design trends are here to stay, and which are just a temporary fad? How should you be designing your clinic fitout as we continue into 2021?