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Jessika Sundermann

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

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.

Patrick Sylvander

Born in Munich, Patrick Sylvander spent his childhood in the Bavarian capital, which still embodies his vision of homeland, family and friendship, even though he has grown fond of his new home city, Berlin. His chosen profession enabled him from the beginning to follow his calling to help others, to develop a career with meaning which brings him into personal contact with people. Patients appreciate his precise work but also his open character and life motto of “treat every person as you would like to be treated yourself”.
Sometimes he loses himself in his work and can forget the time but he keeps a healthy life-work balance by enjoying music, crafts and gardening.

Jessica Adamczyk

Having spent a great deal of her earlier life in Poland, Jessica Adamczyk remembers the country fondly, not only as her childhood home but also for her studies in dental medicine in Zabrze (Upper Silesia region), 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 satisfaction every day. What else is important to her? She likes to work with precision and always has a friendly way with those around her. After work, she relaxes by travelling, practising yoga and listening to music – you might hear her playing bossa nova and jazz at the surgery.

Read our stories!

Jessika Sundermann

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

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.

Patrick Sylvander

Born in Munich, Patrick Sylvander spent his childhood in the Bavarian capital, which still embodies his vision of homeland, family and friendship, even though he has grown fond of his new home city, Berlin. His chosen profession enabled him from the beginning to follow his calling to help others, to develop a career with meaning which brings him into personal contact with people. Patients appreciate his precise work but also his open character and life motto of “treat every person as you would like to be treated yourself”.
Sometimes he loses himself in his work and can forget the time but he keeps a healthy life-work balance by enjoying music, crafts and gardening.

Jessica Adamczyk

Having spent a great deal of her earlier life in Poland, Jessica Adamczyk remembers the country fondly, not only as her childhood home but also for her studies in dental medicine in Zabrze (Upper Silesia region), 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 satisfaction every day. What else is important to her? She likes to work with precision and always has a friendly way with those around her. After work, she relaxes by travelling, practising yoga and listening to music – you might hear her playing bossa nova and jazz at the surgery.

Elisabeth Rostock

Communication with the patients and the wide range of tasks at reception give Elisabeth Rostock the most joy in her profession, which is why this qualified dental assistant is the ideal person to manage our reception area. Even though her surname is the name of a city on the German Baltic coast, she was born a little further to the east, in Poland. She is highly appreciated for her kind nature, openness and sunny mood, putting our patients at ease and helping to make their time at the surgery as pleasant as possible. Her warm character fits perfectly to her favourite country, Italy, where she loves everything from the people to the landscape and especially the Italian cuisine.

Natalia Franz

Natalia Franz is a much treasured and fully dedicated part of our dental hygiene and assistance team. She is interested in all aspects of dental medicine and enjoys the personal contact with patients, who always appreciate her warm and understanding manner. When not supporting our dental team, she enjoys sport – especially badminton and running – and travelling.

Mathilde Karstens

Both our patients and our entire team appreciate Mathilde Karstens as friendly, courteous and calm – although she is perfectly capable of reacting quickly when it is needed. Since she has always wanted to work in the medical field or social sector, it was no surprise that she trained as a dental assistant and also works as a swimming trainer in her spare time. Her ambition has motivated her to take on advanced training as a dental administration clerk, in order to support us both with our invoicing and at reception.

Madeline Schier

Madeline Schier comes into her own in hectic situations: she finds it easy to remain calm and still enjoy her work, however stressful things may get. She is well liked by patients and colleagues for her warm heart and direct approach, typical for the Berlin region. She particularly likes the contact with people and the wide range of challenges faced every day. She balances the demands of her work life with time spent outside in nature, together with her family and friends.

Jessica Neidhardt

Jessica Neidhardt enjoyed her visits to the dentist as a child and her own positive experience of dental hygiene treatment lead to her current choice of profession. She is motivated by a desire to help people recover their self-confident smiles and to reduce their fear of dental visits through her encouraging manner. She is keen to further add to her extensive knowledge and skills and even after 18 advanced training courses, there is no end to her learning. Our patients appreciate her expertise and are thankful for pain-free treatment with a positive end result.

Demet Bergit

Demet Bergit has always looked up to her sister and wanted to follow her into the dental profession. Raised in the hip Berlin district of Kreuzberg, it is particularly important for her to go about her work conscientiously and treat all people with respect. Her calm manner makes our patients feel at ease in all situations. She gathers the energy she needs for her everyday work from her supportive family and from her deep conviction that our health is the most important thing in life.

Firuza Mangal

Firuza Mangal was born in Afghanistan and is a real linguistic genius. In addition to German, she speaks Russian, Persian, Dari-Persian and Pashtun. She finds great satisfaction when her work helps people to have less pain and more attractive teeth. She is well known for her friendly, yet respectful way and much appreciated by her patients. She loves to spend her free time cooking, writing, taking photos and sewing – also walking with her sisters, family being the most important focus of her life.

Olga Kirchberg

Born and raised in Ukraine, Olga Kirchberg is happy to speak either German, Russian or Ukraine with our patients. She admits to having “a passion for beautiful teeth”, which led her to pursue her current career. Her job allows her to work independently and have plenty of contact with people, which she greatly enjoys. Patients appreciate how she can explain difficult specialist topics clearly to everybody, while lighting up the room with her special smile.)

Nuanong Hentschel

“Life is what you make of it” is Nuananong Hentschel’s personal motto. Born and raised in Bangkok, she a welcome addition to our team. Although Thailand remains her homeland, she has quickly settled into her new home in the German capital and to life at our dental surgery. We would very much miss her positive and understanding approach. Always keen to learn more, she spends her leisure time cooking and loves trying out new recipes.

Hermine Karstens

Hermine Karstens has her roots in Berlin and grew up in the suburb of Pankow. As a trainee dental assistant, she is keen to learn everything about how our practice is run, in order to prepare for a degree in dental medicine later on. Her quick understanding is of benefit both at work and in her free time, when she likes to swim and has already trained as a lifeguard. Hermine enjoys relaxing by reading or listening to an audio book in the evenings to recharge her batteries and be full of energy for her next day of duties at the practice.

Cagla Firat

Cagla Firat enjoys working at reception and her calm, friendly manner makes her the ideal person for this task. Native to Berlin, she speaks both Turkish and German. After work, she likes to relax by painting, reading and watching films. She can also be found training at the local gym and spending plenty of time with her family – that is the most important part of her life.

Rusudan Sulamanidze

Rusudan Sulamanidze originally came from the Georgian capital of Tbilisi (Tiflis) and speaks Georgian, Russian, English and German. She studied dental medicine at the university in her homeland and now supports our practice as a dental hygienist. Her job is her vocation and she loves to immerse herself in her work – focussing on perfection and efficiency, coupled with a sense of humour at the right time and place. When she is not at work, she can be found swimming or reading a book.

Elisabeth Rostock

Communication with the patients and the wide range of tasks at reception give Elisabeth Rostock the most joy in her profession, which is why this qualified dental assistant is the ideal person to manage our reception area. Even though her surname is the name of a city on the German Baltic coast, she was born a little further to the east, in Poland. She is highly appreciated for her kind nature, openness and sunny mood, putting our patients at ease and helping to make their time at the surgery as pleasant as possible. Her warm character fits perfectly to her favourite country, Italy, where she loves everything from the people to the landscape and especially the Italian cuisine.

Natalia Franz

Natalia Franz is a much treasured and fully dedicated part of our dental hygiene and assistance team. She is interested in all aspects of dental medicine and enjoys the personal contact with patients, who always appreciate her warm and understanding manner. When not supporting our dental team, she enjoys sport – especially badminton and running – and travelling.

Mathilde Karstens

Both our patients and our entire team appreciate Mathilde Karstens as friendly, courteous and calm – although she is perfectly capable of reacting quickly when it is needed. Since she has always wanted to work in the medical field or social sector, it was no surprise that she trained as a dental assistant and also works as a swimming trainer in her spare time. Her ambition has motivated her to take on advanced training as a dental administration clerk, in order to support us both with our invoicing and at reception.

Madeline Schier

Madeline Schier comes into her own in hectic situations: she finds it easy to remain calm and still enjoy her work, however stressful things may get. She is well liked by patients and colleagues for her warm heart and direct approach, typical for the Berlin region. She particularly likes the contact with people and the wide range of challenges faced every day. She balances the demands of her work life with time spent outside in nature, together with her family and friends.

Jessica Neidhardt

Jessica Neidhardt enjoyed her visits to the dentist as a child and her own positive experience of dental hygiene treatment lead to her current choice of profession. She is motivated by a desire to help people recover their self-confident smiles and to reduce their fear of dental visits through her encouraging manner. She is keen to further add to her extensive knowledge and skills and even after 18 advanced training courses, there is no end to her learning. Our patients appreciate her expertise and are thankful for pain-free treatment with a positive end result.

Demet Bergit

Demet Bergit has always looked up to her sister and wanted to follow her into the dental profession. Raised in the hip Berlin district of Kreuzberg, it is particularly important for her to go about her work conscientiously and treat all people with respect. Her calm manner makes our patients feel at ease in all situations. She gathers the energy she needs for her everyday work from her supportive family and from her deep conviction that our health is the most important thing in life.

Firuza Mangal

Firuza Mangal was born in Afghanistan and is a real linguistic genius. In addition to German, she speaks Russian, Persian, Dari-Persian and Pashtun. She finds great satisfaction when her work helps people to have less pain and more attractive teeth. She is well known for her friendly, yet respectful way and much appreciated by her patients. She loves to spend her free time cooking, writing, taking photos and sewing – also walking with her sisters, family being the most important focus of her life.

Olga Kirchberg

Born and raised in Ukraine, Olga Kirchberg is happy to speak either German, Russian or Ukraine with our patients. She admits to having “a passion for beautiful teeth”, which led her to pursue her current career. Her job allows her to work independently and have plenty of contact with people, which she greatly enjoys. Patients appreciate how she can explain difficult specialist topics clearly to everybody, while lighting up the room with her special smile.)

Nuanong Hentschel

“Life is what you make of it” is Nuananong Hentschel’s personal motto. Born and raised in Bangkok, she a welcome addition to our team. Although Thailand remains her homeland, she has quickly settled into her new home in the German capital and to life at our dental surgery. We would very much miss her positive and understanding approach. Always keen to learn more, she spends her leisure time cooking and loves trying out new recipes.

Cagla Firat

Cagla Firat enjoys working at reception and her calm, friendly manner makes her the ideal person for this task. Native to Berlin, she speaks both Turkish and German. After work, she likes to relax by painting, reading and watching films. She can also be found training at the local gym and spending plenty of time with her family – that is the most important part of her life.

Hermine Karstens

Hermine Karstens has her roots in Berlin and grew up in the suburb of Pankow. As a trainee dental assistant, she is keen to learn everything about how our practice is run, in order to prepare for a degree in dental medicine later on. Her quick understanding is of benefit both at work and in her free time, when she likes to swim and has already trained as a lifeguard. Hermine enjoys relaxing by reading or listening to an audio book in the evenings to recharge her batteries and be full of energy for her next day of duties at the practice.

Rusudan Sulamanidze

Rusudan Sulamanidze originally came from the Georgian capital of Tbilisi (Tiflis) and speaks Georgian, Russian, English and German. She studied dental medicine at the university in her homeland and now supports our practice as a dental hygienist. Her job is her vocation and she loves to immerse herself in her work – focussing on perfection and efficiency, coupled with a sense of humour at the right time and place. When she is not at work, she can be found swimming or reading a book.