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Jessika Sundermann originally wanted to become a pathologist but her fine hands and dexterity are ideal for dental medicine and we are grateful that she chose to become a dentist. Her profession allows Jessika Sundermann to combine her practical skills with creativity and her empathetic nature soon has her patients feeling at ease and happy to place their trust in her, something which she sees as her true vocation in life. At the end of every work day, Jessica Sundermann cycles home, tired but happy. Knowing that those who give a lot also need to recharge their batteries, Jessika loves to spend time hiking in the mountains or enjoying a picnic with friends, family and her dog, Jenna, in the urban jungle of Berlin.
Philip Schäfer has always been fascinated by the interplay of art and medicine. He loves the way in which the dental profession brings together what might appear to be opposing disciplines. Driven by a desire for lifelong learning, he has completed a whole range of advanced dentistry training courses. His positive approach to life and a desire to enrich the lives of others spreads easily from his own smile to the relaxed and happy faces of his patients and team. His motto “strength in serenity” and the support of his children, partner and friends help him to recharge and meet every day with new energy.
Jessica Adamczyk Bugla
Having spent a great deal of her earlier life in Poland, Jessica Adamczyk Bugla (currently on maternity leave) remembers the country fondly, not only as her childhood home but also for her studies in dental degree, which laid the foundation for her current profession. Working as a dentist is for her the perfect combination of physician, artist and engineer – something which enriches her life with joy and contentment every day. Her patients’ comfort during treatment and precise work are supported by her professional and friendly approach. Her strengths are aesthetic dentistry and root canal treatment – these are the fields of dentistry that give her great satisfaction. She finds her balance outside of practice with traveling, skiing, yoga and photography.
“Each and every tooth is attached to a whole person” – this forms the foundation for Joey Rug’s profession and vocation as assistant dentist. Born in Berlin, he has been fascinated by dentistry since he was 15 and joined the dental practice straight after his final school exams. As a former competitive sportsman, discipline and ambition are familiar concepts and still important to him: never lose sight of your goal. He takes time to listen both to patients and colleagues and is appreciated for his friendly and humorous manner. And what about downtime? That is when he likes to listen to old LP records, cook or enjoy sports.
Birgit Hiegemann is a dental hygienist & prevention manager B.Sc. Periodontology. She always knew that she wanted to start with the basics of dentistry and work her way up, always learning more about this fascinating profession. Her passion for the role played by health and dental hygiene in preventing disease can be seen when she explains the significance of good dental care to our patients. She enjoys using the great variety of options in her profession to ensure that patients can keep their own healthy teeth their whole lives long. Birgit Hiegemann is always there for those around her, both at work and during her private life. She likes to unwind by practicing yoga, cooking and skiing or walking with her dog.