Surgery Refurbishment & Refit Upgrade

The decision to acquire new dental equipment or to upgrade existing dental equipment is exciting but the entire process is facilitated by choosing the right equipment and by excellent planning. Your surgery surgery design/layout is key.

Woodlane Dental offer a comprehensive 360⁰ degree turnkey building service. Initially, we would meet with you to discuss your surgery design and equipment requirements and offer advice, if required, on the technical specification of the dental equipment that would be appropriate for your surgery design.

Either way we are able to offer impartial advice.

Dental Equipment Retrofit Upgrade

You may be considering replacing existing equipment. Often it is possible and appropriate to carry out a retrofit upgrade of item of dental equipment. For example, instead of replacing a dental chair completely it is possible to build in a new device, such as micro-motors/scalers, to an existing

Whatever you decide, be it replacement or retrofit upgrade of your equipment we are able to offer impartial advice based on our experience and technical competence. If you are interested in a retrofit upgrade of your existing dental equipment then contact us, click here.

Shown below are just some of the many surgery design styles, including a variety of dental equipment:

Dental Surgery Design

Design 1:

This is a typical L plan surgery design. It gives good patient access with sufficient room for doctor and nurse. This design provides a desk area in the bottom left corner that both the doctor and nurse can use. If you prefer it is possible to use side delivery with this design



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Design 2:

This is a totally custom designed surgery for a modern dentist located in Bath. The layout of old surgery had the patient facing the door and cabinetry running across an elegant floor to ceiling window thus blocking the view of a beautiful private garden



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Design 3:

The requirements of the PCT meant that this new build above a shopping center had to accommodate three dental surgeries, as well as a central sterilization area accessible by each of the surgeries. Although smaller than the ideal surgery, this design is practical and actually provided three very useable surgeries.



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