Zentrum für Kieferorthopädie & Kinder- und Jugendzahnmedizin

Chamerstrasse 50

6300 Zug

Phone: +41 (0) 41 720 16 10
Fax: +41 (0) 41 720 17 57

(no appointments or appointment shifts and no informations about treatments or costs via mail

- Please give us a call)


From now on, our patients will be able to use rear parking lot no. 1 during the opening hours.


Monday to Friday:
8 -12 am and 1 - 5 pm

Emergency Phone SSO Zug:

(outside office hours)

0844 22 40 44



Dr. Sonja Moeller

(Specialist in Orthodontics (D))

Dr. Sonja von Moeller

"To see how function and aesthetics change and improve during orthodontic treatment, is one of the main reasons why I chose this job. That's what makes our job so exciting and interesting."


Personal data
Date of birth 17.07.1974
Birthplace Leverkusen
Civil Status married, mother of 2 kids
1981 - 1994 Elementary school Theodor Weinz, Bad Honnef, Gymnasium am Oelberg, Oberpleis
Degree: High School
1995 - 2001 Studied dentistry
Witten / Herdecke University
Degree: state examination in February 2001
2002 - 2003 Academic Year in Public Health
University of New South Wales, Sydney
Degree: Master of Public Health, October 2003
2001 - 2004 Promotion January 2004,
Witten / Herdecke University
2004 - 2009 Continuing Training in Orthodontics with the Degree: Specialist in Orthodontics (D) April 2009
Professional Activities
1995 - 2000 Diverse clerkships at home and abroad
2003- 2004 Assistant dentist
Orthodontic Practice Dr. Roth, Dortmund
2004 - 2007 Training Assistant
SSO practice of Orthodontics, Dr. Marti, Zug, Switzerland
2008 - 2009 Clinic for orthodontics in Homburg, University des Saarlandes, Germany
Prof. Dr. Jörg Lisson
2009 - 2014 Self-employed orthodontist in train together with Dr. Stefan Marti, practice of Orthodontics
2014 - today Opening of the Center for Orthodontics and Child- and Youth-Dentistry in Zug together with Dr. Anika Anzidei and Dr. Stefan Marti
  German, English
  Different training for the certification in Incognito lingual and Invisalign treatments.
Every year more than 50 hours of continuing education in accordance with the guidelines of the SSO Switzerland and the Federal Office of Public Health.