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Natalie Heinz
Dentist

Ms. Natalie Heinz discovered her passion for dentistry as a child, where, contrary to the norm, she enjoyed going to the dentist. She even recorded in her first friendship book that she would like to become a dentist one day.

 

Later, while studying nutritional sciences, she worked in a dental office and realized that she had found her calling. As a result, Ms. Heinz successfully completed her dental studies at the renowned Sigmund Freud University in Vienna.

 

Although she has not yet specialized in any particular area of dentistry, she is fascinated by orthodontics and can well imagine focusing there in the future.

 

Her motivation to start a career in dentistry lies not only in her manual skills and the possibility to see direct products of her work, but also in being able to help other people through her work.

 

When dealing with patients, Ms. Heinz describes herself as calm and relaxed, but also humorous, with patients who are open to that. She likes to adapt to the needs of her patients and attaches great importance to making each patient feel comfortable and in good hands.

 

For her professional development, it is not only important for Ms. Heinz to master her craft perfectly, but also to see the whole person and to recognize and meet all of the patient's needs.

Good communication and the appropriate tone are of great importance to her in building trust and ensuring a successful therapy. Ms. Heinz strives to embody these qualities in her own work as a dentist and to continually improve her professional skills.

 

 

  • Study of dentistry at the Sigmund-Freud-University of Vienna

  • Studies in nutritional sciences at the University of Vienna

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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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