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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Before & After: Children's Dental Office

Last year we completed a remodel at a children's dental office.
It was our first medical office building project-- which we were very excited about. But also, very nervous to do it at the same time.
We worked through many changelings- permits, inspections, medical gas removal, jack hammering the slab, adding new plumbing, removing old, removing walls, painting, flooring--- all while they were still open for business Monday through Friday!

Existing Floor Plan

New Layout

New Layout

Existing Lobby

Existing- View towards bathroom & looking in to the dental office

Existing- X-Ray Area & Check Out Desk

Existing Office & Dental Chairs


The first step of demo, was to relocate their X-Ray machine, out of the lobby and into their hygiene area.  

Removal of the lobby wall, door & flooring.

We removed the bathroom completely.

Framed in window and door way for the check in and out office

Sheetrock and painting came next

Prepare yourselves for this beautiful after reveal!

After-A larger lobby

After- Check In & Out Desk

After- Office

After- Dental Area

 We learned a great deal during this project. It is always fun as a designer to be able to work on many different types of projects. Especially if it's out of your norm, and your comfort zone.
I think it helps you grow more.
We could not have been more pleased with the outcome of this project.
The clients were so happy with our work, they asked us to do the work on Phase II in the coming year.

Images: Ashley Barrett



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