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Andrea Horakh

Mrs. Horakh's interest in dentistry dates back to her childhood, where she was already fascinated by the versatility of a dentist's activities.

Mrs. Horakh successfully completed her dental studies at Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg and continued her education at the university hospital through a doctorate as part of a clinical study.

Comprehensive dental health of patients is paramount to Ms. Horakh, which is why she broadens her dental skills to be able to perform a wide range of services herself.

Mrs. Horakh strives to take into account the personal fears and needs of her patients during treatment, so that people can laugh freely again.

In her role as a dentist, Mrs. Horakh can combine her scientific aptitude with her manual dexterity, thus ensuring the best possible oral health for her patients.

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Seeing the whole human being.

"It is important to see the person as a whole for a treatment to be successful. Teeth are connected to the whole organism via the bloodstream and thus have a strong influence on the patient’s well-being and general health"
– Dr. M. Marques Hager

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