With the SWISS SCHOOL OF PROSTHETICS I not only want to share my knowledge with my course participants, but above all my passion for dental technology and my never-ending desire to become even better every day«. After a prolonged search, I found my vocation in dental technology. For me it's not simply a job, but a »Hobby« to which I devote all my energy. Giving patients an impressive experience, that makes my heart beat faster.
In 2009 I was still on the look-out for a suitable profession. I tried my hand at retail and the automotive sector. I succeeded in both, but I asked myself the question: do I really want to do this for the next decades?
I was looking for a vocation in which I could discover the right perspectives for myself and find the necessary incentive. Through a counselling interview I discovered dental technology. I did an internship in a dental laboratory. And felt good. I found the versatility and perspectives I was looking for right here.
A short time later I started my training as a dental technician. In a great team I had the opportunity to learn a lot from experienced colleagues and to quite literally absorb the knowledge.
The developed knowledge had to be tested and proved my skills immediately. It paid off: 1. place at the Regensburg Award 2014.
Now that is motivating. In two years I acquired considerable insights into numerous dental technical areas and decided in 2016 to tackle the master certificate, to strengthen the basics in detail and to acquire additional in-depth knowledge. This was the only way to give me the feeling of developing my skills.
Now I work as a master in the Dental Studio Munich and apply all my knowledge and developed a Germany-wide unique fabrication concept. It is great to see what you can do for yourself and your customers.
For me personally, the love of detail and the resulting precision are very important. I view a finished dental prosthesis not merely as a »product«, but as an individual »work of art«. Dental technology is an attractive craft and offers many opportunities due to technological developments. In my opinion, however, a good final product or »work of art« can only be created through craftsmanship and know-how.
With the SWISS SCHOOL OF PROSTHETICS I not only want to share my knowledge with my course participants, but above all my passion for dental technology and my never-ending desire to become even better every day«.