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5 Dental Office Waiting Rooms We Love

Some of our favorite dental practices who extended their branding into the waiting room

Posted by Taylor Rose on Jun 20, 2019

You know the feeling when you walk into a new bar and decide whether it's your new watering hole within a few seconds? Instinctual and immediate reactions are well documented and your waiting room is no exception. Waiting areas can be a way to gather good reviews for your office or be a launching point for a new marketing effort. We gathered a list of the most inspirational waiting rooms that naturally reflect an office’s branding.

Somriures Dental Office, L’Alcudia, Spain

In a small town outside of Valencia, Spain, this dental practice took design as a six letter challenge. They made the entire office feel like a sculpture composed of 2,884 wooden strips that hang from the walls and ceiling, reminiscent of a curved smile.

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Pediatric Dentist of Florida, Naples and Fort Myers, Florida

Every parent appreciates a waiting room that can keep their kids entertained. Both locations for Pediatric Dentist of Florida have an immersive vibe (sorry, we couldn’t resist) with their nautical themes.

Photo by: Pediatric Dentist of Florida via Instagram

Aeir Dental, Calgary, Canada

The staff at Aeir Dental make a point to make their patients feel at ease with their modern, sleek decor.

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Pediatric Dental Associates of Glen Mills, Glen Mills, Pennsylvania

Dr. Melini’s practice is focused on individual connections with patients; though that might sound like a given the growth of his practice was so rapid that it actually took away from that. Eventually, he decided to return to a solo practice to spend more one-on-one time with patients. He was also called one of the “Top Pediatric Dentists" in the area by Philadelphia Mag. We are huge fans of the colorful prize dispenser wall.  

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Pediatric Dental Associates and Orthodontics, Bentonville and Fayetteville, Arkansas

Visiting this practice, with multiple locations, feels more like an amusement park than a dental office. Sculptures protruding from the building immediately greet patients. Inside, interactive rooms and games make kids feel at home. The Bentonville location has a farm theme, while the Fayetteville office blends a coastal and tropical scene.

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