To us, individual treatment and professional work belong together. That’s why we combine the pleasant with the practical at our practice – for your wellbeing and for healthy, beautiful teeth. Optimal and individual dental treatment needs teamwork. Because only a motivated, experienced and professional team can ensure high-quality work and can create the personal atmosphere you have a right to expect from us. A pleasant visit to the dentist involves more than the expertise of doctors and assistants. After all, you should be able to feel totally at ease with us.
Dr. Med. Dent. Pascal Marquardt has attained “specialist“ status from the German Association for Prosthetic Dental Medicine and Biomaterials (DGpro). He gained his skills during seven years at the University Hospital Freiburg with comprehensive experience of complex cases involving esthetic reconstruction and restoration of mandibular joint function. As a certified member of the German Society of Implantology (DGI), the implantation of artificial roots is today normal practice as a basis for stable, beautiful teeth.
Besides his specialization in tooth replacement, Dr. Pascal Marquardt’s certified treatment areas are microscopic root canal treatment (endodontics) and dental implantology. The treatments in his practice, which he has led since 2010, are founded on a comprehensive, prevention-based concept with a view beyond the borders of dentistry and are integrated in a network of highly qualified specialists.
Hanna Witte completed her state examination in the summer of 2013 at the University Hospital of Cologne. In addition to her work as a research assistant in the department for restorative dentistry and periodontics, she has been employed as a dentist in the practice since 2016.
M. JOSEF MIEBACH
Josef Miebach is an experienced anesthesiologist, who gently and carefully implements anesthesia for adults as well as children. Anesthesia can be used for more than outpatient surgeries. General anesthesia can also be used for tooth restorations, which can then be carried out without fear and in comfort while the patient is “asleep”.