Dr Dorka began preparing for a medical career while still at high school. She wanted a profession where she could work with people and also apply the dexterity, creativity and appreciation for beauty that she inherited from her grandfather. Her path soon became clear, and she went on to graduate from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Târgu Mureş in 2009. She continued her studies in the United States at the Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Medicine in Las Vegas, with a residency in implantology funded by Englewood Dental. She is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.
Dr Dorka can speak confidently with her patients in Hungarian, English, German and Romanian. Her areas of expertise include general, conservational and cosmetic dentistry, while she also has experience performing oral surgery. Of these, she is most interested in cosmetic dentistry, because it can make a significant difference to the patient's quality of life, giving them back their old smile or creating a newfound level of self-esteem and confidence. Her primary concern is to provide precise, pain-free care for her patients. She emphasizes that dental treatment does not have to hurt. In all cases, whether it is a dental filling or a more serious implant procedure, Dr Dorka strives to ensure aesthetically pleasing results with a natural look.
She believes that cooperation and communication between doctor and patient is essential to her work. It is vital for patients to feel comfortable when they sit in the dentist's chair. Dr Dorka, like all capable people, prefers to focus on the solution instead of the problem. She will detect the problem, but doesn't get fixated on it. "We'll solve it," she says. She is unfamiliar with the impossible. She has brought this mentality and people-centered attitude from America. And as a perfectionist, she only accepts the very best results. According to Dr Dorka, "The best feedback is a happy patient." Her empathy helps her to understand perfectly what the patient feels when they end up with a set of teeth or a smile that they had never had before.