Picture yourself in a beautiful new space.

When you’re working in the same space day after day, it’s easy to stop “seeing” how your practice comes across to your patients. So take a moment to look around with fresh eyes. Does your practice accurately reflect your personality, your professionalism, and your commitment to a pleasant patient experience?

Is it up to date and modern, or does it have a tired look and feel? Is the design improving your efficiency or holding you back? Is it a comfortable place for both patients and staff?

Most importantly, are you ready for something better?

Rethink Your Dental Office Design

No matter how long you’ve been in your current space, chances are you can identify at least one—or more—updates that you’d like to see happen. And there’s a very good reason to make changes: A well-designed practice is more than just a better place to work. It has economic benefits as well.

An A-dec survey of 20 dentists who had recently updated their operatories confirmed it*. All 20 dentists reported increases in the number of patients and in overall staff productivity, while 17 saw increases in both case acceptance and total collections after their remodels. And all agreed that their new, improved spaces increased their enjoyment of dentistry.

Now it’s your chance to experience it for yourself. A-dec is giving away $60,000 to update your practice in its “Picture the Possibilities” sweepstakes. Simply take a picture of your current space, and send it in with a brief statement of what a brand new operatory would mean for you and your practice.

  •  Two Grand Prize winners will each receive $60,000 towards A-dec dental equipment and furniture.
  •  Ten First Prize winners (and their guests) will receive a 3-night stay at the Allison Inn & Spa, a luxury resort
    in the renowned wine country of Newberg, Oregon.

The contest is open to all North American and Canadian dental practices now through August 31, 2017.

Contest not valid in New York, Florida, and Quebec.

*Patterson Study, 2013

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About the Author:

Kathy Rotramel, senior writer, has decades of writing experience with a strong focus on creating compelling content that resonates with readers. Rotramel has written many articles for the dental industry on topics including ergonomics, practice planning, efficiency, and dental office design.