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Top tip #7: 10 top tips to start and run a successful squat dental practice

by Anglian Dental on 22 Sep 2017
TOP TIP #7 - PRACTICE DESIGN CHECKLIST Practice design is a process not an event. It should be carried out carefully with the involvement of an experienced dental specific designer. Often, an equipment consultant is the person mostsuited to helping you with a practice layout design. They have a deeper understanding about what equipment you will need. Types and makes of equipment often affect the room layouts, so it is best to agree these during the same process. We have developed...
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Top tip #6: 10 top tips to start and run a successful squat dental practice

by Anglian Dental on 15 Sep 2017
TOP TIP #6 - THE PRACTICE FIT OUT PROCESS. WHO DO I NEED TO INVOLVE AND WHAT THEY DO? Knowing where to start and who to work with is a daunting prospect. The below table outlines which parties should be involved and in which order. Job Title Prime responsibility % of overall job (estimate) Notes Architect/Designer Complete the design work from existing to proposed. This will include: - Planning permission/change...
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Top tip #5: 10 top tips to start and run a successful squat dental practice

by Anglian Dental on 8 Sep 2017
TOP TIP #5 - MARKETING PLAN Marketing for a dental practice can be split into two sections. Both are essential. Your marketing positioning and base. This includes your unique proposition, website, brand name and logo, your reason for existence, your practice location and your goals. These are the things which will continually deliver benefits.  Your marketing strategies and campaigns. These are necessary to provide short term boost to your sales. These include leaflet...
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Top tip #4: 10 top tips to start and run a successful squat dental practice

by Anglian Dental on 1 Sep 2017
TOP TIP #4 - PLANNING PERMISSION AND BUILDING CONTROL New buildings or extensions to existing buildings require D1 planning permission. Altering the use of a building may also require you to obtain permission. There are various types of planning applications depending upon the nature of your project. A good architect, designer or project consultant will inform you which one(s) are needed. Contact an experienced dental project consultant or architect. Don’t attempt to complete...
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