The main entrance is located through the main foyer off Broadway, directly at the intersection of Broadway and Khyber Pass Road (142 Broadway). Take the elevator or stairs directly to the 4th level and you are there.
The practice decor at the Institute of Dental Implant & Periodontics and Oral Health Spa was developed in conjunction with local architect Martin Hughes of Parnell. The practice incorporates state-of-the-art dental equipment with natural, welcoming colours and finishes providing stunning surroundings for this centre of clinical excellence.
Reception featuring Island Stone wall and Fossil Stone tiled floor.
One of the more striking features of the practice is the use of natural finishes both on the walls and floors. The feature wall in the reception and waiting area is created from natural island stone.
The reception desk is characterised by a backlit laminate into which natural reeds have been embedded, in keeping with the natural colouring and theme of the practice.
The floor covering in the reception and main hallway is fossil stone resembling marble tiles. It is imported from the Philippines through Design Source. If you look closely enough you can actually see fossilised shells and coral within the stone.
Spacious reception area showing reception,seating and product display area.
A further feature unique to the practice is the Lokta paper wall covering used in the reception waiting areas and through the main hallway. This gives warmth and maintains the natural theme that resonates through the practice.
The paper is made in Nepal from the leaves of the Lokta plant, a self-replenishing scrub brush that grows on the base of the Himalayan Mountains. The paper is washed with mountain stream water and bleached naturally by drying in the sun.
A collective of women who have learned ancient recipes and paper making skills from their ancestors make this paper in the village of Baktapur near Kathmandu. The Baktapur women have been making Lokta paper for well over 700 years.
As the favoured paper of the monks of Tibet and Nepal over the centuries, it has been the paper of choice for their illuminated manuscripts and scrolls. The paper is distributed by Cannon/ Bullock (USA).
Thoughtful selection and placement of lighting (Targetti from Italy) further enhances the ambiance throughout the practice.
Full height hand crafted adzed wooden doors and Lokta paper wall coverings grace the main hallway.
The Oral Health Spa and tooth whitening clinics are characterised by a light spacious feeling through the use of frosted glass partitioning with light timber and satin stainless steel finishes.
Each treatment room is fully appointed with the latest equipment and technology for your comfort and safety. The Oral Health Spa is staffed by specially trained Dental Hygienists who work together with a Dr Michael Danesh-Meyer, the Specialist Periodontist.
No direct referral is necessary to attend the Oral Health Spa- whether it is for routine tooth cleaning, tooth whitening treatment, periodontal risk assessment or fresh breath therapy- we are here to help you.
At the Institute of Dental Implants & Periodontics, specialist dental implant and periodontal treatments are performed under optimal conditions of patient safety and comfort.
The light, spacious feel of treatment facilities at the Oral Health Spa.
One of the seven fully equipped ultra-modern treatment rooms as the Institute of Dental Implants & Periodontics.
Read More about our facilities in this article published in the Australian Dental Practice Magazine.
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