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Join us Tuesday, June 16 for a free webinar with orthodontic office designers Kate Bauer and Susanne Slizynski to talk about the pandemic’s short- and long-term impact on the physical space.

To say COVID-19 has had a significant impact on your orthodontic practices is an understatement. It has affected everything from your disinfecting procedures and PPE requirements to how you schedule patients and your practice’s bottom line. And it has also affected your physical space. 

Join us Tuesday, June 16 at 2:00 pm ET as we talk to orthodontic office designers Kate Bauer and Susanne Slizynski about the immediate changes you can make to adapt your current space and the longer-term changes you may want to consider with future office remodels. This free webinar, entitled “Orthodontic Office Design with COVID-19 in Mind,” is sponsored by Boyd Industries

As an attendee, you will learn:

  • what products and changes you can implement into your practice from a design standpoint to better accommodate social distancing and patient expectations for hygiene that are not disruptive to your current workflow.
  • what the changes you may want to make to your physical space in the future, from the open bay concept to the waiting area. 
  • what you should consider if your physical space has not been remodeled in the last 15 years. 

Bauer has specialized in orthodontic and dental office interiors and branding since 2009. Prior to starting her design firm, Kate Bauer Design, she worked for numerous world-renowned architecture firms specializing in workplace, hospitality, and healthcare. She holds a degree in interior architecture from The School of Art Institute of Chicago and is a co-owner of an orthodontic practice, giving her an edge in understanding the office financials and procedures, working/operating conditions, marketing, office flow and patient/family care of her clients’ practices. 

Slizynski is an interior designer and has been a managing partner at the dental design firm Green Curve Studio since 2001. Prior to that, she spent 4 years in design/build construction management for residential and dental office projects. Slizynski enjoys scouting locations with clients, managing engineering teams for property development, coordinating the design of ground up buildings, and working closely with her team to design efficient and aesthetically pleasing dental environments. 

Follow the link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6025462665850735373?source=webpost