New year, new design. (In other words, what are you doing February 9?)

The look, feel and functionality of dental practices has come a long way.

If your practice is not one of them, a two-day seminar in early February will help you gain the knowledge and confidence to create an efficient and beautiful work space.

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Tristan Hamilton DDS, M. Arch.

Register by Friday, January 13, 2017 to benefit from dentistry’s leading office design program: The CenterPoint Design Experience.

Tristan Hamilton, DDS, M.Arch will lead the next event, February 9 and 10 in Dallas, Texas. A dentist recognized for his dental office design, Dr. Hamilton will explain Why Four Walls Can Make or Break Your Dental Practice.

Prior to his dental career, he earned a degree in architecture from Andrews University in Michigan and contributed on notable projects in the field (Las Vegas City Master Plan, numerous United States Embassy renovations).  Dr. Hamilton will help attendees navigate the course objectives and:

  • Walk away with a foundation of how a properly designed office can increase production and efficiency.
  • Learn what constitutes an effective floor plan.
  • Know how to get the right people on your team to help you achieve the low stress office design you need to succeed.
  • Discover what makes a patient more anxious in your office and how to alleviate it.

With Benco Dental’s CenterPoint Dallas showroom as a backdrop, keynote speaker Dr. Hamilton and other talented experts, such as Charles Loretto of Cain Watters & Associates, LLC, and Tommy Kearns of Benco Dental CenterPoint Design team, will inspire you to take the next steps to success.

For more information, contact Leah Fuller, 570-602-6887 or email lfuller@benco.com

reception_2Shown above, and at top, Young Dentistry, Delray Beach, Florida, the 2017 Incisal Edge Design Award recipient in the category of Specialty Practice. Credits: Interior Design, Dental Design by CenterPoint Design, Benco Dental.

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