Our small-group seminar allows you to interact one-on-one with industry experts who can help solve your design challenges and bring your dental practice vision to life.Register Now
Making your dental practice as successful as it can be is a big job – one that extends well beyond the elements of practice management that you learned in dental school.Learn About ImpactDesign Seminars
DESIGN YOUR FACILITY
Whether you’re starting from scratch or further along with your plans, you’ll learn strategies that may help you avoid costly mistakes as you advance your project. You’re encouraged to bring your plans to the course to interact with the Carters for their review and input. They will help you recognize design principles and how they apply to your practice, including floorplan zoning and appropriate square footage while working towards your dental practice vision
Workflow optimization is one of the most important parts of a practice to keep it running smoothly and efficiently. You’ll review typical inefficiencies in dental floor plans to keep your staff working their best and your patients coming back.
Each with more than 40 years of dental and design experience, Pat and Dr. Jeff Carter have led more than 300 dental seminars to help dentists improve their practices— and ultimately their patients’ experiences.
A graduate of the University of Colorado School of Dentistry, Dr. Carter has practiced dentistry for 17 years as an associate, solo-practitioner, owner of his own practice, and member of a larger group practice until 1997. He was a former consultant for equipment and technology for T.H.E. Design and has published numerous articles on office design and technology integration. In 2002, Pat and Jeff formed PDG (Practice Design Group) in response to dentists seeking a more collaborative and innovative design resource than was available through traditional channels.
A licensed interior designer and is the former Vice President of T.H.E. Design Inc., Pat has written numerous articles on dental office design and is a frequent speaker at many national and state dental meetings. Since 1979, Pat has been involved in the design and construction of over 2,000 dental facilities, including 16 national design winners. Pat is considered a leading expert on the delivery of design services for projects of all types and is a NCIDQ licensed and registered interior designer.