Pediatric and Adolescent Dentistry Clinic

Mankato, MN | Healthcare

Overview

ISG designed this dentistry clinic that serves younger patients by balancing the functional needs of its professionals with interior design that fosters a welcoming environment.


Opportunity

To serve its younger patients, the Pediatric and Adolescent Dentistry Clinic needed a fun, engaging space that also integrated the equipment required for a modern dental practice.

Solution

Bright colors, geometric shapes, and playful designs appealing to children and the young at heart are integrated throughout the interior finishes and furniture fabrics of this new pediatric dentistry clinic. The facility includes dental exam rooms, a sterilization room, X-ray rooms, darkroom, records and communication workstations, physician’s offices, reception and patient waiting areas, and an employee break room. The interior of the building features a continuous vaulted ceiling from the exterior canopy into the lobby, as well as areas throughout the clinic. Both the interior and exterior design has a prairie-style influence. The construction is wood frame with a brick and stone masonry face and blue glazed tile accents on the exterior. An architectural canopy extends over the front entry to the patient drop-off area.


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