Even though not a single drop of healthcare blood runs in her family, she has been determined to be a dentist professional from a very young age. She learned very soon how proper motivation may lead to great results – it was indeed a good decision from her childhood dentist to give her reward stickers. Due to both being an orthodontic patient herself and finding orthodontics an interesting profession, she decided to take a vocational examination in orthodontics. What once started as a profession has now become her passion, perfectly completed with her initial and continuously expanding knowledge gained in aesthetic dentistry. Even though dentistry is commonly considered to have a universal language, she treats her patients in English or German language if so required. Whether it be a complex orthodontic case or climbing a rock, she likes challenges. She devotes her free time to both her hobbies and professional trainings held in her area of specialty. She has found her place at Clinident and she is really satisfied with being a member of a team in which some of her former university professors and their students work together to give patients the gift of a perfect and honest smile.