WHAT SHOULD IT BE LIKE?
The dental world is evolving and with it the way of conceiving space and operations. The patient is increasingly demanding, and deserves, special attention. The dental professional performs specialist activities and needs maximum performance from his operating environment.
Working in the best way possible, with the highest concentration and the certainty of being able to reach your true potential. All the tools at your disposal, all the equipment ready to follow you, just when you need them.
Modularity and organisation of space according to personal needs, clinical needs and patient perception.
Everything can change, everything does change. Even your needs and the way you designed your work environment. So the space must be able to adapt, grow, change according to your ideas and opportunities.
Ready to grow with you
The innovative idea that we wanted to put into our project is to conceive the space and therefore all the support structures, in an organic and dynamic way. For us, furniture, treatment units and all devices should not be a limit to the practice's growth potential, but a flexible resource. The surgical environment we have in mind must adapt both to the changing opportunities that arise over time and to the pressing needs that arise on a daily basis in dental practices. All without setting limits, without being an obstacle and making the most of the professional's talent
Respect your clients/patients: they will remember it. A surgical environment is, by nature, a place that creates a certain tension and you must know that an anxious patient is more difficult to treat! Your space should convey positivity, cleanliness and be visually appealing and at the right time be able to ... transform into a surgical room.
A entire space, designed to be integrated and organised according to functional criteria, is a more productive space. Less wasted time, increased efficiency, maximum focus on the critical aspects of work.
You are different from your colleagues, you work differently and have different habits even if you perform similar treatments. Your space is unique and it must mould itself to your way of working
The first impression is crucial.
First impressions and the first moments of any work represent the most important time for the patient and the operator. From the first moments, the levels are set for tension and the relative quality of the dental procedure to follow. A clinically welcoming environment provides the patient with a positive experience and the dentist with unprecedented ergonomic operation.
Let the space adapt itself to you
The environment, the spaces and each component of the operating room take on a definite purpose consistent with the needs of the dental staff. In addition, each device is designed to provide a positive experience for the patient, characterised by absolute comfort.