Learn to look for these hidden gems in your own practice

Dr. Yuko Torigoe stresses form, function, great design and even better vibes at her year-old holistic dental practice in Boston.”A desire to offer patients a warm and welcoming environment,” she says, guided every last aspect of her six-month build-out.

“I wanted the office to reflect nature (shown at top, courtesy Keitaro Yoshioka), with a modern design aesthetic,” adds the Boston dentist in a recent interview with Incisal Edge dental lifestyle magazine.

Harmony Dentistry Boston MA © Keitaro Yoshioka 006Her LEED-certified building’s bona fides are augmented by the subtle, soothing design touches throughout the space: warm gray carpeting, interlaced wooden panels and a “tree wall” (shown above) that advises, among other things, “A little more laughter, a little less worry.”

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Be inspired to create an oasis of serenity at your practice. View Dr. Torigoe’s perfect Harmony: https://viewer.zmags.com/publication/2772c968#/2772c968/70

Harmony Dentistry Boston MA © Keitaro Yoshioka 001

“Visit the construction site when you can, but don’t get in the way of the work,” advises Dr. Yuko Torigoe, who recently created an oasis of serenity for patients and staff — Harmony — in Boston’s South End. (Photo courtesy/Keitaro Yoshioka)