Dr. med. dent.
For 15 years, I have been treating my patients with a holistic approach, showing them the connection between dental and oral health and the entire body system, thus focusing on the whole person. My parents (both doctors) sparked a fascination for these connections in me as a young child when they regularly discussed patient cases over dinner.
My interest in medicine was so great that when I began my dental studies, I also studied human medicine for two years at the same time in order to build up a holistic knowledge of the anatomical and physiological foundations of the human being from the very beginning. Dentistry is my passion – here I combine my talent for delicate craftsmanship with my medical knowledge.
I completed my studies in dentistry at RWTH Aachen University in 2006. Following my residency and doctorate, I decided to think outside the box again in 2009 by training as a non-medical practitioner in order to learn about alternative healing methods such as acupuncture, bioresonance and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
This unusual mix of conventional and holistic treatment methods offers my patients a very comprehensive and progressive range of therapies. These are tailored to the individual needs of the person as a whole. Even anxious patients benefit from this knowledge and feel safe and very comfortable with me.
In my free time, I enjoy sports with my family (husband and 3 children). I also enjoy painting and reading.
German Society for
Functional Diagnostics and Therapy
Deutsche Gesellschaft für
Funktionsdiagnostik und -therapie
implantologisch tätigen Zahnärzte
International Society for
Holistic Dentistry e.V.
Internationale Gesellschaft für
Ganzheitliche ZahnMedizin e.V.
Over the last 10 years, I have continuously acquired additional qualifications in the fields of pediatric dentistry, microscope-assisted endodontics, TMJ therapy, aesthetic orthodontics (Invisalign), holistic dentistry and implantology, which I successfully apply for my patients.
The additional qualifications listed are 1.5-year training series (so-called curricula), each consisting of at least 10 modules (2 days each) and a final examination.
In addition to theory, dentists are also trained in practical exercises so that they have a sound knowledge of the sub-area.