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In this article, we will look at 5 design factors that will help in reflecting the quality of your practice. Unsplash

Dental issues don’t forgive anyone. Almost everyone suffers from some dental problem or another at least once in their life. This means a visit to an orthodontist is inevitable for orthodontic treatment. So, you must make the patients’ experience as pleasant as possible.

Apart from considering your reputation, your patients will look at some factors that can say a lot about your practice. In this article, we will look at 5 design factors that will help in reflecting the quality of your practice.


5 Design Aspects That Every Orthodontic Clinic Must Consider

  • Kid-Friendliness

A visit to the dentist can be overwhelming for adults. It goes without saying that it would be terrifying for kids and teenagers. If your office seems too clinical, the child’s fear would just shoot up.

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A kid-friendly orthodontic office should have a little play area and some fun reading material. You can even keep some coloring books and play cartoons on television.


Your patients will feel more confident visiting you when they see that you use the latest tech instead of something ancient. Pexels

If the kids feel comfortable as soon as they enter the clinic, they will be at ease and the treatment will be easier.

  • Let Technology Speak

You do not want your patients to enter your office and feel like they have traveled back in time.

If you use the latest technology at your office, make it visible. Emphasize through the design that your office has high tech devices. Your patients will feel more confident visiting you when they see that you use the latest tech instead of something ancient.

  • Promote Efficient Workflow

The orthodontic office design should account for workflow efficiency. It would translate into how quick your patients can get in and out or how long they end up waiting.

Consider the layout of the office, design of the waiting room, and size of the examining rooms. You cannot have one receptionist handle dozens of patients at a time nor can you cramp patients in a small waiting room.

  • Prioritize Privacy

Privacy is the one thing that every patient expects when they go to any clinic. Respect their privacy and make sure they get it.

To ensure each patient’s privacy, have separate public and private spaces in the office. Designate special consulting rooms where the orthodontists can speak to the patients privately. Incorporate privacy areas for the sharing of personal information.


Paint the walls with some bright color, bring in some plants and elements that reflect the personality of the staff as well. Unsplash

  • Boost Personality

Your clinic should ooze some personality. Nobody will have a pleasant experience in a dull orthodontic office.

Paint the walls with some bright color, bring in some plants and elements that reflect the personality of the staff as well.

A clinic with personality can calm down patients and make their wait less anxious.

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Extra Tip:

Hire skilled staff that has experience in the field. Ideally, hire those who have prior experience of working in a dental clinic.

It won’t just offer them a smooth job transition but they will also settle into your office quickly. This will help in providing the best care for your patients.

Final Words

Put some thought into how your orthodontic office is designed. The design should prioritize customer experience and comfort.


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