Whats surprising is that
the prosthodontist who excels on aesthetic dentistry has designed the whole clinic
himself. Right from the reception area that has a beautiful glass etched wall to the
awe-inspiring consulting rooms and the laboratory and the pantry room, he has done it all!
He says, " looking at the clinic one should feel welcome." That is how a glass
panel took over a stone wall, which would not only have obstructed the flow of light but
would have also eliminated the feeling of space.Once you enter you are immediately face to
face with the receptionist who can make you feel comfortable. To begin with there is
lilting music and audiovisuals along with channelised TV programs to keep your mind away
from the rot that has set in your mouth. There is a lot of literature alternated with the
latest magazines. Now if thats not enough to keep you and your brat occupied, there
is a huge fish tank that naturally emanates the feeling of tranquility. There are three
large seating arrangements and the exit area is a different one. This is done in order to
keep the seating area should not be crammed or disturbed by ingoing or outgoing patients.
A lot of glass has been used so that it gives the feeling of depth of vision.
from the reception to the main work area that is designed to dazzle, in an eye-catching
aquamarine shade that highlights the stark white walls, the simplicity of design,
immediately appeals the sensibilities with the sterilization unit neatly tucked in the
compact cabinets. The person doesnt get to see the instruments that inject, poke or
scrape. Also everything is designed in such a way, tbat there is minimum noise pollution.
Attached is a small lab,
which accommodates a full-fledged lab bench with aspirators as well as trimmers, polishing
& grinding equipment.
The content couple take
great pride in stating that right from the on-line water purifier to the disposable
glasses, the automatic disinfectant that immediately sprays the basin, the moment the
patient has gargled they have gone to great lengths to maintain the highest
standards of hygiene and safety at the turn of the century.