The Importance of Good Design for your Clinical Area
A good surgery layout is one that has been ergonomically designed environment to improve productivity of the dental team, improving the quality of care for dental patients while protecting the physical well-being of the operating team.
Any dental professional will tell you that sitting at chairside all day is very uncomfortable and may result in lower back pain, tendonitis, and/or neuromuscular or musculoskeletal complications. Dental Surgery Design ensures seamless integration keeps your equipment where you and your assistant can quickly and comfortably access it. No more getting up during a procedure, or taking your focus off the oral cavity. Because having everything at your fingertips is a more efficient way to practice.
There are hundreds of options for dental chair packages when you consider, the make, the model and available formats - plus then all the options to create the specification; integrating those options within the package can avoid additional foot controls, cables and pipes.
Often rooms are designed where clinical devices are stored on countertops or in drawers that are not easily accessible and often result in a cluttered dental operatory environment. a layout for your room we ensure that you have the technology integrated into your dental delivery system, providing a more efficient workspace.
The workflow and layout of cabinetry and your equipment selection should balance to improve efficiency, speed, reduced physical stress, patient comfort, access and safety and optimal visibility for both dentist and dental assistant.
Key Elements to Consider
There are so many ways to design a surgery, the results can vary so much – it can be the chance for you to finally get the room you deserve, to work in the most suitable way. However, in order to reliably achieve the optimum design, it is vital that there is strong communication between the client, sales person & designer.
- Our Dental Surgery Design takes into account all of the following:
- - the type of dentistry;
- - if it is a shared room/ for an associate (who may change);
- - how the user works/ in what position they want to be in; any ailments (like lower back or shoulder pain);
- - feedback on historical equipment and layouts (likes/ dislikes);
- - clients branding and options for different styles of environment;
- - how the practice functions (central storage/ surgery storage).