Many dental offices have a dress code or system for the assistants to wear matching scrubs. If this applies to you, you’ll have to make the required scrub uniform work for you.
With a basic sewing machine, there are a lot of slight adjustments you can make to your scrubs to make them more comfortable to wear around the office daily. If your scrubs fit your waist well, but drag on the floor, hem the bottoms. Not only will hemming the bottoms prevent you from tripping on your own pants, but it’ll look cleaner too. You can also hem the sleeves.
If your scrub top is too revealing or too baggy, wearing a clean shirt underneath can help maintain a professional look. Wearing a long-sleeved shirt helps in the winter time too in case parts of the clinic are colder than others.