Brazier Interiors gets its teeth into the future of dentistry

Brazier Interiors gets its teeth into the future of dentistry

Hampshire-based Brazier Interiors, one of the UK’s foremost commercial interior design and build specialists, has unveiled its latest futuristic design at a new dental surgery in Southampton.

Brazier Interiors revealed its most recent project as Dentistry @ Oceana Boulevard celebrated its official opening on May 20.

Totton-based Brazier Interiors was commissioned to create an unparalleled user experience for the surgery’s clients. It was vital that the design made nervous patients feel relaxed and created an ambient waiting area.

Among the features at the surgery are flat screen TVs, sliding automatic doors and brightly coloured treatment rooms flocked with wallpaper.

Phil Mattin, Senior Designer, said: “It was exciting to be involved in a great project that was to break the preconceived ideas of what dentistry is about and create a space that was open, welcoming and calming with a family atmosphere."

"The success of the project relied heavily on the performance of our professional team and the relationship with the client and we feel this has been demonstrated in the superb outcome."

“The environment we’ve created, from just a blank shell, is so far from your traditional dentist and it’s now a place where I’m sure even the most nervous of patients can’t wait to visit!”

Dassi Saar Kendall, Director at Dentistry @ Oceana Boulevard, said: “Patients are no longer going to the dentist for just tooth ache. Dentistry has become more important to people today and the 20th century is all about having the perfect smile. Dentistry @ Oceana Boulevard is a hi-tech surgery, offering wider engineering to its patients, and we wanted to reflect this in the design. “We knew the concept was different to other commercial dentists but we wanted to offer this unique aspect to our patients and breakaway from the stereotype of dentistry. We wanted a young innovative style, which Brazier Interiors helped us embrace, and to show people the future of dentistry.