“The doctor actually met with three different vendors and chose Henry Schein because he felt confident we would give him the service he wanted,” said Hollink. Together they toured potential sites for a new office, met with manufacturers in North Carolina and at the Mid-Winter meeting in Chicago, and the doctor traveled to the IDF in Germany. In addition, Dr. Mishriky visited other dental practices recently built in Ottawa to fine-tune his vision.
“The doctor has done tremendous work building up his skill set, and he wanted to provide the very best experience for patients,” said Hollink. “That’s why he chose to invest more than an average dentist when building his new office. It showcases the high-level of technology and patient care.”
Today, 57 Prosthodontics is 3,100 square feet of spectacular dental care, with upscale finishes and top-notch technology in every area, from the operatories to the lab and sterilization room. It’s located in an attractive professional building in the central east end of Ottawa, close to the hospital and just five minutes from the main highway. Along with his associate and sister-in-law, Dr. Mais Sweidan, the pair offer a full range of prosthodontics and periodontal services. With the goal of being a one-stop dental practice for patients, Dr. Mishriky equipped a full-service onsite lab and invested in a cone beam system.
“This is mainly a referral practice given its unique specialties,” explained Dr. Mishriky. In fact close to 100% of their business comes from referrals from other doctors.
As soon as patients enter the office, they are surrounded by an ultra-modern space in a palette of white, black and neutral gray. Large tile lines the floors and some walls, and flush mounted LED recess lighting contributes to the sleek, calming look. In every room of the practice, from the reception area to the lab, the doctor chose Kappler cabinetry, which is known for its futuristic, minimalistic look. At the entry, custom-built reception-area benches topped with rich black leather upholstery, a curved reception desk with raised glass countertop, and welcoming beverage station draw looks of awe from patients. Like nothing most have ever seen, the office is the only one in the area to invest in this opulent and eye-catching cabinetry.
Glass walls and automatic doors separate working spaces within the practice from one another without closing in the office space. Behind one glass wall sits the consultation room, with a patient monitor set into the wall and surrounded by the same white cabinetry that swoops down gracefully to transform into a generously sized desk.