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How andrew4A started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kingston Park Dental Practice
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a dental practice in Newcastle UK providing general care for the local community. We also have specialist dentists who do Root Canal Treatments, Dental Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry and Facial Aesthetics (botox and fillers) (Not sure if this can be incorporated into logo somehow?). We are not a normal dental practice but do lots of work where patients are referred to us from dentists throughout the region so want to have quite a 'high end' looking brand.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Logo design made from different animal faces
Logo design shows subtle background of business
Clever use of image - could try to do something with dental impant and roots of tooth to make tree on logo
Colour palate and leaves
Like the clear name and high- end appearance of brand
My wife and I took over the running of the practice a year ago and took over the old branding. We have been in quite a dilemma with the branding of the practice name - Kingston Park Dental Practice sounds generic and not as high end as we are. What makes us different is that most of the patients we see are referred to us from dentists throughout the region, but the name of the practice sounds just like any generic dental practice... so if you have any suggestions how to make things sound better/ look better this would be appreciated. We are looking to look like a premium level brand but need to keep the name 'Kingston park' as this is what referring dentists and patients know us by (we had thought about changing the name of the practice completely to something more contemporary sounding eg KPdental or NE dental care)
We think the current logo for the practice is dated and doesn't look good on print/ website (the round KPDP which is attached).
My idea for a new design is similar to the 'Elmfield Dental Practice' which I have enclosed. I had also thought it may be possible to make a tree with some subtle dental characteristics - a dental implant for the tree trunk and the branches of the tree could represent the complex shape of the root canal (images of this enclosed). The green colour of current logo is something we would like to retain in some component of new design