Austin, TX, December 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- PDGFazio Design Group produces another award winning design. Mint Hill Dentistry in NC, recently won the 2009 Matsco “Dental Office Design of the Year” for group practice as the top award given in the national Matsco Dental Design Competition.
Matsco, a leading provider of dental practice financing, partnered on the Dental Office Design Competition with additional dental industry leaders including Dental Economics, ADA Business Resources and the American Dental Association. Announced October 2, 2009 at the ADA Annual Session in Honolulu, HI, this marks the second straight year where PDGFazio Design Group provides the award winning design. Last year’s grand prize winner going to Terry Swonke, DDS, The Woodlands, TX received for the small practice category.
PDGFazio Design Group has built their dental specialty reputation providing beautiful and functional office designs to dentists for years. Winners of Dental Office Design Awards in 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 and now in 2009 PDGFazio delivers both experience and creativity to functional dental office design. The key to outstanding results “is to design offices that both optimize and maximize space in relationship to equipment, technology and specific practice procedures all of which should enhance the patient, doctor experience” states Dr. Jeff Carter Principal of PDGFazio. And as evidenced by the design awards over the years, prioritizing the dental function hasn’t translated to a loss of aesthetically pleasing outcomes. PDGFazio projects have become known for reflecting the unique personalities of the dentist, even as the functional objectives are achieved. Dave Fazio, Principal Architect reinforces this by stating, “Understanding the nuances of optimum dental function for our clients prevents any sacrifice of function when the three dimensional architectural design concepts are developed.” And the partner interior designer, Pat Carter agrees, “A great design outcome is accomplished when the interior designer reinforces the functional and architectural design through a thoughtful selection of lighting, finish, furniture and artwork selection. Patients are more relaxed when surrounded by an interesting and well integrated mix of materials. And while these selections influence such positive response, they must perform well over time. This insures the design retains its initial appeal long term.”
It has been observed that every dentist receiving an office design award desires one common thing, an office that reflects the quality of care they provide. All hold a vision of what the office should be, how it will impact the patient experience and the business result. Without desire and motivation, good office design will not take shape.
To learn more about the Matsco Dental Design Competition visit http://www.matsco.com/dentists/dental-office-design/winners-2009.htm
PDGFazio Design Group offers dental office design to clients all over the country. PDGFazio provides comprehensive architectural programming, design, construction inspection, interior design and dental equipment and technology integration services. Visit their website at www.pdgfazio.com or call 1-800-511-7110.