Graduated from the dental Hygienist School of Geneva, and member of The Swiss Dental Hygienists Association.
Particularly meticulous, she always listens to her patients’ needs and knows well how to take care of the most complex cases. She is a real passionate and especially enjoys the periodontal/gum diseases treatments.
She speaks french and is starting to get better in English !
Graduated from the Dental Hygienist School of Geneva in 2010, Florie is a member of the Swiss Dental Hygienists Group.
She is a passionate ambassador of dental health and prevention, and she practices with the outmost thoroughness and detail; something that her patients will happily confirm.
Her mission is to diagnose and treat all conditions relevant to periodontitis, and give you the precise tools to re-establish a good level of oral hygiene.
She speaks French and Albanian.
Dr Robin Thomas
Graduating from the University of Dental Medicine of Geneva in 2012, Dr Thomas has worked for 5 years in a clinic in Morges and at the EPFL before moving to Lausanne.
Currently our Head dentist at the CHD Lausanne, he’s developed specific skills in restorative dentistry, endodontics, and aesthetics.
He speaks French and English.
Dr Marlène Schaer
Graduated in 2012 from the School of Dentistry of Geneva, Dr. Schaer get interested in Oral Surgery and takes the position of Head of Clinic of Medicine and Oral Pathology at the University Hospitals of Geneva in 2017 before joining the She joins the team CHD in 2018.
Particularly meticulous, she takes care of the most complex cases and collaborates perfectly with the rest of the team in order to propose multi-disciplinary treatments.
She is fluent in French, English, and communicates regularly in German.
Particularly motivated and always attentive to your demands, Melissa starts her apprenticeship as a dental nurse in Lausanne for a diploma in 2022. She speaks French and Portuguese.
Graduated from the School of Dental Assistant in Lausanne in 2017, Xhev will do everything so that you feel at home in our clinic !