At your dental surgery you might have excellent facilities, state-of-the-art dental technology and practitioners with impressive credentials. But there’s one thing that’s vitally important to your patients which you may have overlooked, and that’s your dental office waiting room design.
Your waiting room is the first thing that patients will see when they step into your surgery. They may spend more time there than they do in the consulting room, and they’ll absorb the atmosphere while they await their appointment. It’s no surprise that the appearance of your waiting room is a make-or-break factor that will have a big impact on clients’ overall experience. Here, we’ll show you how your waiting room design can be used to create a fantastic first impression that will reflect on your entire practice, put patients at ease and attract them back for a second visit.
Your patients (and their companions) could be in the waiting room for half an hour or more. That’s a long time to stay if you’re twiddling your thumbs in a disagreeable atmosphere. Keep your patients happy by making them feel more at home, with a few simple design techniques:
Waiting for the dentist can be an agonising experience for anxious patients. Your dental office waiting room design can help to create a welcoming atmosphere and ease the tension.
People react more positively to certain room layouts and furniture arrangements. You can create a more efficient and welcoming space by paying attention to the geography of your interior.
At Apollo Interiors, we specialise in dental surgery interiors, refits and refurbishment. If you’re looking for help with your dental office waiting room design, check out some of our case studies, contact us on 01462 732 991 or email [email protected].