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From the minute you and your child walk through the doors, you will realise Toothbeary is like no other dental surgery. Toothbeary is a leading UK pediatric dental practice based in London. They pride theirselves on maintaining high standards of care for all our patients, from age 0-18 years. The waiting area has been designed exclusively with children in mind with games and books to divert even the most anxious of young patients. Their treatment rooms are equally welcoming; instead of intimidating dental chairs the rooms are fitted with child friendly benches, and TV monitors playing the child’s favorite film. They make sure there is no equipment on show, and only quiet, air-powered drills are used – everything to ensure a stress free experience for the child.
Designers used 3form Struttura as partitions and door insets in this Pediatric Dentistry office. [image source].
Designers used Studio product Edge with our Contour pattern to create a wall feature throughout this dental office. [image source].
Every child deserves a healthy smile, and at Eastshore Pediatric Dental Group in Pinole, we strive to ensure that all our patients achieve exemplary oral health in a comfortable and fun environment. Taking your child to a pediatric dentist for their oral health care is like taking your child to a pediatrician for their medical care. Parents have peace of mind knowing their children are receiving the best possible care from pediatric dental specialists, and kids will be happy because the office was designed for them to have fun!
We developed two wall themes for this dental surgery at Kurfürstendamm in Berlin which can only be viewed without distortion from certain perspectives. By leaving the selected visual axes, the images warp in an unexpected way and at differently perceptible speeds. The abstract dot patterns guarantee that even the distorted parts of the image have their own independent aesthetics. This kind of image within an image function is unique in the world in this form and it will probably remain unique due to its technical and artistic complexity.
KU 65 is the extension of the building of the dental surgery KU 64. There are about 200 drawings of “Brush pirates” and “Toothibals”, that were applied to the surfaces using a special process, which wage a guerilla war on walls, ceilings and floors. Guerrilla war being the weapon of the little tooth and brush animals against all the unpleasant things that children usually associate with a visit to the dentist. This room sculpture – developed by the GRAFT Architects – is a perfect playing field for the cartoons and reminds more of a “Tooth playground” that invites discoveries than a fearful visit at the dentist.