Designing aesthetic medicine clinics requires the compliance with the requirements of the treatment rooms (according to the definition, these are all offices where treatments are carried out with the tearing of the tissues). According to the relevant regulations, one of the most important elements of equipment in such a clinic is an efficient ventilation system. In modern designs of aesthetic medicine clinics, a lot of time is devoted to this issue, because ventilation systems can be only plastered-in or placed in an enclosed system, which may hinder their adaptation to housing conditions. Ensuring adequate efficiency with the aesthetic arrangement of ventilation grilles is only seemingly simple – in practice, far-reaching modifications of existing designs and installations in the premises are often necessary.
The role of light is very important – correct installation of properly configured light points provides the opportunity to accurately diagnose and relatively easily perform aesthetic medicine treatments. In addition, light also has a decisive role in the process of shaping the patient’s attitude. For this reason, if possible, natural light is dominant. However, when its intensity is insufficient, additional artificial lighting is used. The key here is the color temperature, because if it is improperly selected, it hampers the identification of skin lesions or the safe operation of medical tools. For the same reason, the reliability of the entire installation is important, which also complicates the design of the aesthetic medicine clinics, as it requires installation of more expensive control components, and often also a power system. Light is an important decorative factor – if it is reasonably used, it can change the character of any interior. The condition, however, is the special arrangement of light points and skilful operation of the color temperature. As a result, the light gains the ability to deepen the finish colors and add contrast and depth. This is important because most aesthetic medicine clinics are designed in such a way as to emphasize the hygienic cleanliness of the interior. Because of this, the dominant color is often raw and cold white, which is not necessarily an ideal solution from the point of view of color psychology. Operating with light and adding color accents enables to change this image to a more favorable one.