Rest before and during treatment
A visit to the dentist is often associated with pain, stress, or even fear. My concern is therefore to make your stay with us as pleasant as possible. This also means that my practice has large, quiet rooms. Noise has an additional negative impact on people, and that's why it's important to me to be able to welcome you in a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Of course, this also includes a spacious waiting area - in which you will, however, spend a maximum of a short time, because our practice management aims to plan the appointments in a time-saving manner and thus enable you to have the shortest possible waiting time in my ordination. On the other hand, I take a lot of time during the treatment - because time is a decisive factor for quality.
Art in the ordination
Art is inspiration, distraction and stimulates our brain. Research has shown that looking at paintings can activate the occipital cortex in the brain. As a special feature, there are changing art exhibitions in our practice. In this way we can support artists on the one hand and create a particularly beautiful and unusual atmosphere for our patients on the other.
My family's roots are in Austria and Italy, which is why I grew up in both countries. This has meant that I enjoy working with people from a wide variety of cultures, both privately and professionally. In my team I unite 5 different nations and my patients come from many different countries: Italy, Russia, Germany, Switzerland, but also Liechtenstein, Slovakia and Ukraine. Being understood is very important, especially in medical treatment. That's why we speak many languages: In my practice, you can have dental treatments carried out in German, English, Croatian, Serbian and also Russian.
By public transport
Tram lines 1 and 2 to Schwedenplatz or underground line U4 / U1 or U3 to Schwedenplatz
The closest parking garages are located at Sterngasse 5, 1010 Vienna or at Morzinplatz 1, 1010 Vienna