According to Cleveland Clinic, between 9-15% of Americans have Dental Phobia which puts them at higher risk for gum disease or early tooth loss. Method Architecture’s healthcare interiors team focused on creating a fun, patient experience for this pediatric dental facility to foster a positive relationship with dental professionals from an early age.
“This project was a unique and creative experience from start to finish. We were able to look at every facet of the design to provide patients with an enjoyable visit to the dentist,” said Method Architecture Studio Manager, Ashley Bettcher.
Grand Parkway Pediatric Dental is a 5,500 square-foot pediatric dental office in Richmond, Texas. The facility includes office space, a waiting area with game rooms, individual treatment rooms, an open-area dental space, and a training room to provide continuing education to fellow dental professionals.
The interior design is inspired by the owner, Dr. Faisal Khan, and his dream of an immersive, underwater-themed environment. Each design decision was carefully thought out to match the theme; from the surfboards as dental chairs to the larger than life 3-D murals.
Architectural photographer – Chad Chenier Photography – Architectural Photography in Houston