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Medical offices put emphasis on aesthetics to improve health care

Updated: Dec 11, 2021

February 15, 2015

Dr. Rex Liu wants patients at his Family & Cosmetic Dentistry practice, 2850 E. Desert Inn Road, to experience a “luxury spa feel.”“Gone are the days of side-by-side bus station chairs connected one on top of another,” Liu said. “Gone are the old sliding windows in the doctor’s offices and the ability to shut you out. We don’t have to look like a hospital anymore. We also don’t have to decorate with dancing tooth figurines and pictures of teeth all over the place.” Liu’s office, designed by architects who worked on the Palms, takes cues from boutique hotels with a waiting room accented by floor-to-ceiling windows, a round European-style sofa, a wall-mounted aquarium, work stations for patients and free refreshments and Wi-Fi. Read More..

By: Las Vegas Review Journal


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