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Dental Office Design – Why Settle When You Can Have What You Really Want In Your New Dental Office?

Published on August 31, 2015 By George Fedyna

Most of the time when a new client comes to me to design their new dental office they are in lease negotiations or they have already signed their lease. Unfortunately, a lot of times they usually wind up with a lot less in their office then they really want. Why? Building codes cause space to be eaten […]

Dental Office Design – Don’t Assume You Have Enough Square Footage For Your Dental Office Needs

Published on August 15, 2011 By George Fedyna

Next in our series of dental office design case histories that focus on “don’t assume anything“, let’s talk about square footage. We’ll clear up some of the confusion about dental office square footage that can get you into trouble. Understanding square footage can be a challenge. Square footage terminology like rentable, usable, load factors, common areas refer to […]