If you wish that something special should rather be the norm than you’re right with us. We’re happy to welcome you to our homepage and introduce you to our innovative oral and maxillofacial surgeon practice.
Healthy and properly maintained teeth are fundamental for your entire body, for your wellbeing, your charisma and a high quality of life because every tooth can turn into an entire patient. It has been proven medically that a healthy body consists of a number of interdependencies: we know today that cardiovascular diseases, diabetes or rheumatic diseases are often connected to dental diseases.
It is our goal to promote your overall health. To keep your teeth and gum permanently well, trying to prevent intensive dental treatment on the long run. In order to make you feel good about your teeth in the future, it is important to be able to detect all diseases with the latest scientific methods and treat them if necessary. It is also important to check teeth and gum regularly and take good care of them. Together with you we create a treatment plan tailored to your special requirements that is characterized by a careful approach. We want you to feel appreciated and comfortable with us.
Your smile is our goal!
We want to make your visit in our practice as enjoyable as possible and want to thank you for your trust in us. As our patients you are always at the core of our attention, be it by the attending dentist or by our team because we really care about you.
Dr. med. dent. Selina Schöberlein
please note our changed opening hours:
Opening hours, valid from 01 July 2022
|Monday||8 a.m. – 8 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8 a.m. – 8 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Thursday||7 a.m. – 6 p.m.|
|Friday||8 a.m. – 1 p.m.|
Appointments by telephone arrangement
Your team of the dental practice Dr. Schöberlein & colleagues
As of April 1, 2023, masks are no longer mandatory.
Instead of mandatory masks, we are now relying on your personal responsibility and consideration.
We therefore ask you to continue to wear mouth and nose protection for other patients and our staff,
to continue wearing mouth and nose protection. Thank you.
If you have symptoms of a cold or have tested positive for Covid-19
please be sure to contact us by phone before your appointment.
by telephone before your appointment.
Your practice team Dr. Selina Schöberlein
News from dentistry
EBZ – Electronic application and approval procedure.
EBZ – What does this mean?
Since 1 January 2023, the Electronic Application and Authorisation Procedure – Dentists (EBZ) has arrived in our dental care nationwide. The procedure – from the application of the authorisation to the start of the treatment – will thus be faster, safer and more reliable. For example, the printout of the treatment and cost plan (HKP) is no longer necessary, and patients no longer have to submit the HCP to their health insurance company for approval.
The EBZ procedure is set up in such a way that dentists transmit an electronic application data record via the secure mail procedure “Communication in Medicine (KIM)” to the respective cost unit. The latter sends a response data record back to the practice via KIM. There, the data is automatically processed and assigned to the corresponding patient file. Changes are taken into account directly.
With the digital procedure, treatment plans for the service areas such as Dental Prosthetics (Crowns, Bridges and Dentures- ZE), temporomandibular joint disorders/fractures (KG/KB), orthodontics (KFO), which were previously approved on paper, are transferred to the EBZ. In future, the Patients will no longer be given a conventional treatment and cost plan, which tends to be complex at times. Instead, the Patient will receive a copy with all relevant contents in a general and understandable form, the “Patient Information on Dental Prosthetics”. This contains the necessary declarations of the insured person regarding information and consent to the planned treatment.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to help you understand the transition and digitalisation.