Dental cabinetry is available in a wide range of shapes and sizes to provide all the storage you need in your offices. However, this variety of choices can mean that you may be a little overwhelmed when it comes to fitting out your new practice. Fortunately, this guide should be able to assist you in making the choices best suited to your particular requirements.
Why Choose Specialist Dental Cabinetry?
Economic times are tough and many new businesses look to cut costs wherever they can. With the cost of training and education, professional staffing and specialist tools, you may think that specialist dental cabinetry is an unnecessary expense. However, proper dental cabinetry is a great way to run the sanitation and exam process efficiently and smoothly. Specialist cabinetry can allow your tools and equipment to be readily accessible and available. This means that you can avoid looking unprofessional in a patient exam and any patients feel confident in the cleanliness and style of your offices.
Portable Dental Cabinetry:
Of the two options for dental cabinetry, portable units are the most flexible. These allow the option of preparing and sanitising tools outside of the treatment room. This can be a good idea for patients who are a little nervous about dental treatment. Additionally, if space is limited in your office, you can make the most flexible use of the available space. These types of unit tend to be very cost effective and with the range of sizes available, can look completely suitable for bigger or larger exam rooms.
Stationery Dental Cabinetry:
There are quite literally hundreds of different options available for stationery dental cabinetry. From clean lined plain cabinets through to more sophisticated designer look units, stationery cabinets can suit any style of decor in your dental office. You can have the option for overhead compartments, additional drawer space and display shelving. You can choose a variety of different drawer sizes to ensure that all of your equipment can be comfortably stored. The cabinets can be made from a number of different materials and you can usually find a color option to complement your decor. You can choose to fit the cabinets along one wall or create an L shape to utilize the corner space in your room.
Features to Look For:
When it comes to dental cabinetry, there are plenty of features to choose from, so you will need to assess what your particular needs are. There are generally innovative features such as water tanks, oil free compressors, water suction, electric foot pedals and saliva injectors. However, your choice of features will ultimately be determined by your budget. Obviously the most sophisticated cabinets with the latest innovative features will have a much higher price tag. Fortunately, even those with a more modest budget are sure to find some great choices to provide a practical yet aesthetically pleasing addition to their exam room.
If you would like to know more about the latest options available in dental cabinetry, contact us. Our sales team would be delighted to answer any questions you may have and discuss your specific requirements to help you find the right cabinets to suit your needs and your budget.