Ganddini Dental is a local dental practice with more than ten years of experience. It promotes dental health through a full range of services and provides dental treatment specializing in implant, cosmetic and restorative dentistry. The practice stands out as a technologically driven clinic that is constantly innovating towards a digital environment facilitating clinicians and lab technicians an effortless daily workflow and offering patients fast and pleasant intra oral analyses and treatments. The design follows this principle to reveal the essence of the practice through the placement of spaces, selection of materials and order of equipment. This is a place where precise dental activities occur and this requires a design that is unobtrusive, useful and innovative. The project is located on the fifth floor of a new medical building. It occupies the south west corner of the building and enjoys the views of the city thanks to the curtain glass wall facade and an outdoor terrace. The program is organized along one main corridor that links the main entrance with the terrace. The corridor facilitates the circulation, the spatial relationship and the workflow among all servant and service spaces. The reception and waiting area is the first space that the patient encounters. A soft marble clad desk, blue chairs and a grey painted lattice defines the space and frames a full view of the clinic that lies beyond a glass door. Behind the lattice there is another waiting area. This one has comfortable and colorful sofas, television, wifi connection and a coffee station as patients use this space for longer periods of waiting. The main corridor leads both clinicians and patients to the rest of the spaces. On one side, lie four treatment bays with colorful chairs and treatment units and views of the city; on the other side, lie two labs, a ceramic working area and two nooks for two 2D/3D X-ray devices. The two labs feature both analog and digital tools and equipment and patients can see them through the glazed partitions. A smaller corridor connects the main one with the director’s office, a fifth treatment unit and a dental academy. Another smaller corridor connects the reception area with the patients´ bathroom and the employees dining area. Transparency is of main concern as it provides visibility and display of the tools and computerized equipment used for the daily dental procedures. It also allows for natural light to wash the marble like floors, off white painted walls and the minimalist designed cabinetry. Transparency reduces the energy consumption as it allows natural light penetrate several spaces of the clinic. The built ambiance lets the colored furniture and real time digital screens stand out. The sober design relies on straight lines, lightweight materials and shallow colors to minimize its visual impact on the patient’s experience and on the act of practicing dentistry.