In a world where feeling secure has become imperative to not only our health but to our livelihood, it is more important than ever that your practice provides this reassurance. Your patients react on a physical and emotional level immediately in the space you provide, the question is – what can you be doing to ensure comfort and care is felt in every interaction? What can you do to change the status quo of dental fears and phobias?
Understanding the true impact of colour, interior design as well the place for biophilia, natural lighting and art in your dental practice will aid in creating a refreshing experience for your patients, one that will exceed their expectations and ease anxiety in a post COVID-19 world.
Considerations will need to be made with regards to your current practice, are you able to grow and expand in your current practice? What about the long term, have you given consideration to owning your own practice versus renting?
We had hundreds of conversations with Dental practice owners over the past month or two, and one of the leading points of concern and angst was the need to continue paying rent when the revenue stream was forced to a minimum or nothing at all. A lot of eyes were opened to how much rent practices are actually paying.
Becoming your own landlord isn’t necessarily easy, but perhaps it is the surety of a long term investment, and yielding asset that makes it a no-brainer.
The time to act is now.