If a doctor was seeing a patient again and wanted to say:
Nice to see you again!
How would he say so in Spanish?
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Given the context of your targeted sentence, "Nice to see you again".. I, as a native speaker of English, understand this to be subtle. For instance,
"You look nice" ----- vs ----- "You look great"
The definition of nice will explain that part.
So, my immediate idea for a translation of "nice to see you again" would be.
[Es] Bueno verte de nuevo
It's not great, it's not stupdenous, it's just good, it's nice, like the feeling of sleeping on a clean bed with clean sheets.
¡Qué bueno verte (de nuevo)!
which was given by alonso.torres is about the best translation I can think of.