The overall objective of this study was to investigate the relationship between physical factors in the interior design of dental offices is on the anxiety of patients. The population consisted of all patients referred to four private dental offices in Shiraz, among whom 130 patients were randomly selected as samples. The data collection tools included two questionnaires with the aim of evaluating the physical quality of the interior design and also the Norman Curras Dental Questionnaire. After calculating the validity and reliability, the questionnaires were distributed among the samples and were collected afterwards. The data was analyzed using the SPSS20 software. We used descriptive correlation statistics and inferential statistics methods, ANOVA and repeated measurements as well as Multivariate Analysis of Variance to analyze the data. The results showed that: 1. there is a significant relationship between the mean layout, noise, cleanliness and adornment of the offices and the anxiety in patients. 2. the most important physical factors for the internal design of dental offices are cleanliness and adornment. 3. From the viewpoints of male and female patients, there is no significant difference between various aspects of the interior design in dental offices. 4. From the viewpoints of the patients with different educational levels, there is a significant difference between various aspects of the interior design in dental offices.
The Impact Of The Interior Design Of Dental Clinic On The Amount Of Patient Stress
Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Malihe Taghipour & Zahra Darabi
Published On: 31/10/2022
First Page: 128
Last Page: 131
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher
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Malihe Taghipour & Zahra Darabi, The Impact Of The Interior Design Of Dental Clinic On The Amount Of Patient Stress, Volume 3 Issue 5, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 128-131, Published on 31/10/2022, Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/the-impact-of-the-interior-design-of-dental-clinic-on-the-amount-of-patient-stress/
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