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Dental Blog by Tag: dental practice design

Father and Son Build New Family Practice Together, Setting Up Long-Term Future

Posted On: Wednesday, April 26th 2017 by

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Father and son dentists Dr. Doug and Dr. Eric Veenstra had been practicing together for 10 years in Midland Park, New Jersey, before moving into a new building down the street. They gutted and rebuilt the vacant office space into a spectacular practice, Veenstra Family Dental, that is designed intentionally to give patients a positive […]

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Rejuvenating the Office in a Week: The Office Facelift

Posted On: Wednesday, December 26th 2012 by

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(Dr. Mark Tholen is our guest blogger today at Sidekick Magazine) Does Your Office Have Tired Blood? Sometimes we don’t have the inclination or the opportunity to design and build a new office, but we know our current environment does not reflect our skill sets and capabilities. This is a big problem…because our patients judge […]

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Summary: The “Art & Dentistry” office is exactly what it implies

Posted On: Saturday, December 24th 2011 by

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Who could have ever imagined the day in which going to the dentist’s office would be like going to the art museum? Yet Dr. Ellen Brodsky has “mashed up” these two seemingly divergent worlds with her “Art & Dentistry” office in Bethesda, Maryland. Patients who walk in for an appointment with Brodsky could easily mistake […]

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Summary: New building built to last at Crestway Park Dental

Posted On: Wednesday, November 9th 2011 by

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Getting it right the first time is the only goal for dentists of all ages. For Brandon Allen of Athens, TX, the same sentiment applies to building a new office. After several years in the building he bought from another dentist, Allen realized he needed a bigger space to better serve his patients yet understandably […]

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