Dental Office Construction. Dental Clinics, Medical and Healthcare Facilities. Taking the lead in the industry.
Here at Corporeal Visions, we specialize in dental office construction management, design and build. Our expertise and roots in the industry make transitions and new clinic start-ups a breeze. We put a lot of focus on the construction management of Dental clinics and healthcare facilities and once we did that, we were able to span the country as fast as we can accommodate the demand. We know dental clinic’s, quite literally, inside and out. As long as we are guiding the crews, then the operations are seamless.
If you have any health concerns, illnesses, or minor injuries, you go to a primary care physician or a general practitioner. But if you have a specific issue with your teeth, who do you visit? A dentist, of course!
The same distinction can also be made about contractors. A general contractor is used when you want to renovate your house or build an apartment building, office complex, shopping center, or other commercial construction projects.
A dentist's office is a highly specialized zone where various regulations and unique requirements converge. For best results on your money spent, always rely on dental contractors with extensive experience in dental office construction.
At Corporeal Visions, dental office design, construction, and project management are our core areas of expertise. We know all the minor and major factors that combine to create an aesthetically pleasing yet functional and efficient dental office – the cornerstone of a thriving practice.
People don’t like going to hospitals or healthcare facilities in general. But dental offices scare people away even more since they tend to (unfairly) associate it with excessively painful treatments. After all, the mouth is one of the most sensitive regions in the whole body.
While tooth pain can be agonizing, the fear associated with dentists and their offices is largely irrational since many procedures are painless and act as preventative care. Still, you need to do everything possible to comfort your visitors and make them feel at ease in your dental clinic.
If you have a cold and uninviting office space, nervous patients are more likely to skip out on future appointments. This is bad from a business perspective and also for the general health and quality of life of your patients.
A warm and welcoming environment can do wonders for your dental practice. Use of vibrant warm colors, soft lighting, elements like wood paneling and exposed brick, cheerful paintings on the walls, floral accents on the tiles, and so on all add up to create a very comforting space and help your patients relax.
Our team has extensive experience in designing dental office spaces that exude a familiar and comforting warmth. We can build stylish-looking spaces while keeping construction costs low.
Dental offices are high-traffic areas with very unique clinical demands. For instance, you should have separate, sound-proof rooms for treating children and patients with a nervous disposition or low pain threshold.
Often, space is very valuable in dental offices. Between the staff quarters, reception area, waiting room, exam rooms, and multiple specialty treatment spaces, things can get pretty cramped if you are not careful. Experienced dental office designers can squeeze out maximum utility from all available building space.
Waiting areas in particular are problematic since you want them to feel as open and comforting as possible, but still have enough space for your examination and treatment areas. Tightly cramped waiting rooms can put off your first-time patients and reduce long-term income potential. At the same time, you also need to allocate room for all your state-of-the-art dental equipment, and they are not compact in most instances. Private offices and staff areas with adequate space are equally important from an employer’s perspective.
Our design team will take all these things into consideration when creating blueprints for your dream dental office and develop a plan to incorporate everything you need without losing style or functionality.
The primary problem with hiring an inexperienced general contractor for dental office construction is the risk of compliance violations. A dental practice has to deal with a fair number of regulations, both regional and federal.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are the two main federal compliance regimes that must be taken into account. On top of that, you will also have to look at your municipal code as well as state laws related to dentistry.
You will need special hazardous waste management systems (for blood, saliva, used needles, etc.) The plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems should all be designed around this critical consideration. Ventilation and air quality are of paramount importance, especially now.
HIPAA also imposes strict standards on patient privacy. From an office design and construction perspective, this means using soundproofing strategically to ensure that patient information is not audible to other visitors and patients in your waiting area.
For best results, compliance guidelines should be baked into the dental office design from an early stage. Thanks to our deep familiarity with dentistry office compliance, Corporeal Visions can guarantee full safety and healthcare compliance for your dental office!
At Corporeal Visions, we will help you throughout the multi-stage process of a dental construction project. It all starts with our design approach – we create prototypes based on your needs and specifications.
During the pre-construction stage, our design team will first touch base with you and gain insights into your unique vision for the office. We will do everything possible to ensure that we are on the same page during the planning stage.
The finished design will be submitted for your final approval. Using our augmented reality technology, you can experience what the finished design would actually look like in 3D virtual spaces.
Finally, if you choose to work with our dental office contractors, we will also give constant updates regarding the progress of the project through an online client log. You can track the entire process at any time using this system.
Our team at Corporeal Visions has extensive knowledge and experience in building dental offices. If you wish to learn more about our dental construction services, call us at (703) 909-4193 or fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Choose the expertise of Corporeal Visions and get ready to start your dental office construction project with outstanding results!
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