Join us to learn best practices for your dental office design project in these FREE webinars.
We’ve all had to shift our focus to safety first. As you plan your remodel or new build, are you concerned about how your design will support superior safety? Are you wondering if your design will hold up to future unexpected impacts on your business? Join us virtually to learn strategies that can help you define, refine and achieve your practice goals through effective dental office design principles.
The practice of your dreams can become your reality.
From budgeting, site selection and floor-plan zoning to managing costs and negotiating with contractors, Dr. Jeff and Pat Carter, IIDA, will focus on each aspect of your project to help you be well prepared for what's ahead.
These webinars are presented in a four-week series, and you would benefit from tuning in each week. If you register but are unable to attend, don’t worry! We will be recording each webinar and providing links to those who registered. Programming for the webinar series is supported by Midmark Corporation and Henry Schein Dental.
Note: One CE credit will be awarded each week on an opt-in basis for those attending the live webinars only.
Provide your AGD Number if you are an AGD Member.
Tuesday, April 6
7–8:00 PM ET
Getting Started: Budgeting, Site Selection and Branding
Start off on the right foot. Learn how to plan a budget that aligns to your objectives, what to consider when selecting a site, how to optimize your site and facility plans, and how (and why) to design for your brand.
Tuesday, April 13
7–8:00 PM ET
Episode 2: Workflow Design Part 1: Zoning and Equipping Your Practice for Ergonomics, Safety and Efficiency—the Clinical Zone
Create a safe and efficient space you can equip for optimal ergonomics. Learn the principles of floor plan zoning, with a focus on your clinical zone, and how to identify potential issues and avoid common, costly mistakes.
Tuesday, April 20
7–8:00 PM ET
Workflow Design Part 2: Zoning and Equipping Your Practice for Ergonomics, Safety and Efficiency—the Public and Private Zones
Maximize workflow with a properly zoned floor plan. Learn best practices for organizing the public and private zones of your practice to provide appropriate levels of privacy, include the right amount of space to avoid bottlenecks and reduce stress levels for your team.
Tuesday, April 27
7–8:00 PM ET
Managing Your Project: Selecting Finishes, Managing Costs and Negotiating with Contractors
Bring your plan to life with the right design team. Learn what to ask about experience, scope of service and fees to choose the right team, as well as how to budget and choose solutions to protect your practice and support your brand.
If you’re hesitant to start the remodel or ground-up construction of your dreams because of cost concerns, you probably don’t have enough information. Join Jeff Carter, DDS, and Pat Carter, IIDA, of Practice Design Group to learn how you can plan a budget that is supported by your practice financials or meets start-up practice lending options. Learn how to develop a solid plan for success, starting with your site and leading to your floorplan. Discover how the principles of “zoning” will ensure a safe and efficient space that you can equip to achieve optimal workflow and ergonomics. Start with the knowledge and confidence you need to design and construct your ideal practice facility.
This webinar is hosted by Henry Schein Dental.View Recording
If you missed this live webinar, you can watch on demand for 1 CE credit at Viva Learning.
In 2002, Dr. Jeff and Pat Carter founded the Practice Design Group as a collaborative and innovative design resource for dentists. The Carters focus on helping dentists achieve highly functional and technologically advanced facilities that are unique to each practitioner’s vision and sensitive to the patient experience. To date, Practice Design Group clients have won 16 national design awards.
Dr. Jeff Carter graduated from the University of Colorado School of Dentistry and practiced for 17 years. As a practicing dentist, Dr. Carter personally experienced the stress of working in poorly designed dental facilities. He transitioned to full-time dental office design over 20 years ago and is driven by the same desire today to help other dentists realize the benefits of a well-designed facility.
Pat Carter graduated from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Interior Architecture. She was formerly vice president of T.H.E. Design, Inc., a dental specialty design company. For more than 40 years, Pat has focused exclusively on the unique design challenges of the practicing dentist.
Discover the practice design principles that can elevate your team and patient experiences and help define your brand.Download Brochure
Learn to build your brand through design, define your own unique design strategy, and identify the best ways to bring your vision to life.
Bring your plans with you to get expert input and advice from the Carters and learn how to avoid costly mistakes as you advance your project.
Review typical inefficiencies in dental floor plans and learn how to avoid them for a better workflow and overall patient experience.
“ImpactDesign was really eye-opening. They helped me understand the type of investment I would need to realize my vision, and they also told me the steps I would need to follow as I built the new office.”
Dr. Thomas Volck, Thomas C. Volck, DDS, General and Cosmetic Dentistry
“When we attended ImpactDesign, we realized that some of our fears could be put to rest—that building a new office and having our own space and having new equipment, and all of the state-of-the-art equipment, was a possibility.”
Dr. Krystal Gillis, Gillis Family Dentistry
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This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the Academy of General Dentistry Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) through the joint program provider approval of the Practice Design Group and Midmark. The Practice Design Group is approved for awarding FAGD/MAGD credit.
Approved PACE Program Provider FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. 5/1/2018 to 4/30/2021. Provider ID# 307644
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