Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
General dentistry practice that provides a wide range of services to all ages. The practice has historically been catered to a more "seasoned" demographic (ages 60+), but I would like to grow my younger base of patients.
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The reason I chose the name "Seven Lakes" is because of the community I'm in. It is a small town (about 10,000 people) and is located in an area called the Highland Lakes (which is a chain of seven lakes) near Austin, Texas. This office has never had a brand or logo and I'm trying to update and add some life and vitality to the practice. I like grays and blues because I think they look clean, modern and sophisticated. I may consider a little burnt orange (reminiscent of Texas sunsets, but it doesn't have to used for an actual sunset) if used sparingly, but it is not a must. Also, this is "hill" country and there are no mountains, so if you include these in the logo, please do hills and not mountains. Abstract and letter marks would be great to see too. A logo that will look good in a solid color for business cards, shirts, etc. would be great.
I am not a fan of very many logos with teeth as part of the logo, but there are a few (mostly when the teeth can only be seen in the negative space and are very subtle). Please don't feel like you have to include a tooth in the design.
I would also like to see some designs without the "wispy" horizontal flowing lines (I feel like it's too forgettable and reminds me of a lot of pharmaceutical pill logos)