The Team

“Is helpfulness hereditary?”

Dr. Kim Schulz

Even as a child, one thing was clear to Kim Schulz: he wanted to become a doctor. Or an Olympic champion in gymnastics. Or a professional footballer. His adolescent years were spent on the high bar, the rings and on the football pitch. After graduating from high school he followed his heart and worked as a volunteer in a day-care centre for children. In 2008 he began to study dentistry at the University of Freiburg, which was also the alma mater of Dr. Sven-Marcus Beschnidt. Since 2014 Kim Schulz’s outstanding skills have been enriching our team.

Specialising in:
Operative dentistry
Periodontology / curriculum periodontology 2017
Endodontics / curriculum endodontics 2017
Mebmber DGET 2017

Languages:
German
English

 

“Can you get further in life with high-performance smiling?”

Anja Pfaff

Anja Pfaff grew up between vineyards, the gymnastics club and Nena’s 99 red balloons. Her motto: nothing happens unless you do it. And this certainly does apply because no sooner had she finished her apprenticeship was she reaching for the next rung on the ladder. She completed a training course in dental prophylaxis passing it with flying colours and also gained further qualifications from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) as a dental administrative assistant. In the years that followed she assisted young dentists to establish and build up their practices – with heart and mind, diplomacy, flair, organisational talent and business intuition. In 2005, Anja Pfaff got to know and to value Dr. Beschnidt – and vice versa. The rest, as we say, is now (medical) history.

Key function:
Practice management

Languages:
German
English

“How do you define perfection?”

Pamela Beschnidt

For the master dental technician, perfect working results are the minimum requirements to the demands you set. For the dental process a sound photographic record is what counts. Here you can sense her eye for detail just as you can in her work as a master dental technician. The same perfection that she dedicates to a front crown can also be found in the photo documentation of our patients.

Key function:
Dental technology and photo documentation

Languages:
German
English



“Is happiness contagious?”

Maia Morosanu

Maia Morosanu’s wish is to contribute to the health and happiness of people to give them a reason to be cheerful. Her nurses training was the first step in this direction. Then came a quantum leap with additional training in a dental practice. And since being a member of our team, she feels that she’s fulfilling this wish. No wonder really, as her healthy approach to life and her sunny disposition are simply contagious. She gives people in here vicinity cause to be positive often conjuring a smile on their faces.

Key function:
Dental assistant

Languages:
German
English
Italian
Moldavian
Romanian
Russian

“What is better: a job or a vocation?”

Elena Dubs

Sometimes a detour has to be taken in order to find the right path. Elena Dubs studied Chemical Technology in Russia for three years before realising that medicine was her ‘thing’. Or to put it another way, helping people face-to-face. A new start to her private life in Germany also offered Elena Dubs the chance to start afresh professionally. And by qualifying to be a dental hygienist she found her vocation. As is well-known, those who turn their vocation into a job never have to work again. So don’t hesitate to ask Elena Dubs about this during your next visit.

Key function:
Dental prophylaxis
Dental hygienist (Zahnmedizinisches Fortbildungszentrum Stuttgart 2015)
Member DGDH 2015

Languages:
German
Russian


“What colour is luck?”

Leopoldina Ćurić

Leopoldina Ćurić is the mother of three children and gave up her job as a dental nurse to raise them – much to the benefit of the three girls, less so for dentistry, because Leopoldina Ćurić was and still is an extremely empathetic and dedicated employee. We were all the more grateful to discover that after years of parenting she wanted to return to her profession. Since 2013, Leopoldina Ćurić has enriched the team at our private practice – luckily for our visitors and luckily for Leopoldina Ćurić who told us once that the colour of luck has to be white as all the beautiful colours and positive feelings are united in white.

Key function:
Dental assistant

Languages:
German
Bosnian
Croatian

“Do you know all your interdental spaces personally?”

Julia Felinger

Julia Felinger’s path to us began in 2007 when she began her apprenticeship to become a dental assistant. Successfully passing the course, however, was not enough for her as she searched for opportunities to continue her training. This brought her to our private dental practice in 2011 and three years later, in 2014, Julia Felinger passed her dental hygienist exams with flying colours. She lives and breathes the noble art of cosmetic dentistry because she knows that beautiful, well looked-after teeth go hand in hand with your all-round health.

Key function:
Dental prophylaxis
Dental hygienist professional
(Zahnmedizinisches Fortbildungszentrum Stuttgart 2017)

Languages:
German
Russian
English



“How fulfilling are the smallest details?”

Brigitte Walther

Brigitte Walther began her training in the 1970s. Since then she has personally seen numerous dental practices. She has experienced the many minute details that make all the difference. And she has brought all her valuable insights to us. Brigitte Walther is the heart and soul of the practice, our tower of strength, and a considerate dialogue partner who understands. It’s no surprise therefore to discover that she is also a great fan of archaeology.

Key function:
Internal practice management

Languages:
German
English

“Do you have the licence to read minds?”

Beatriz Gorke

It was by chance that Beatriz Gorke discovered that her family’s dentist was looking for a trainee at exactly the same time that she was desperately searching for a training place. With a few years of experience under her belt, she moved away from her beloved hometown of Duisburg to Germany’s south which took her heart by storm. She’s been a member of our team since 2007 and plays a decisive role. As the experienced right hand of Dr. Beschnidt she heads the practice team with efficiency and empathy. It’s sometimes claimed that Beatriz Gorke can read minds, particularly the mind of Dr. Beschnidt.

Key function:
Dental assistant

Languages:
German
Spanish



“Does service mean thinking with the minds of the patients?”

Isabell Friedmann

“Let me discover the world but always let me know where my roots lie.”

Due to her continuous desire to travel and see the world, Isabell Friedmann returned to Baden-Baden in 2012 after residing in places such as London and Kitzbühel. In Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa she put her knowledge and capabilities to the test. And since 2016, she thinks for our guests and patients – event organisation and patient management lie in her hands.

Key function:
Event management

Languages:
German
English