hungarian dental clinics

world class treatment

We currently focus on two clinics in Hungary, one in Budapest and one in North West Hungary near the borders with Austria and Slovakia in the town where dental tourism in Hungary began, Mosonmagyarovar.

budapest clinic

One of the most accomplished dental surgeons in Hungary….

  • Cosmetic Specialist
  • Full Mouth Restorations
  • All on Four / All on Six
  • Dental Implants

renataOur hand picked surgeon at this clinic is Renata. She qualified as a medical doctor in 1990 and as a dental and oral diseases doctor in 1995 – she has been working in private practice ever since. Her work and her relationship with her patients is of the highest possible quality. In addition to her practice she is a university lecturer helping to train post graduate dental students and the next generation of Hungarian dental surgeons.


 

budapest clinic satelliteThe clinic is set in a leafy area less than a 10 minute taxi ride from the MOM shopping Center on the Pest side of the river.

It is very easy to get to from Budapest Airport either by taxi or shuttle bus. If you are coming from the city centre then you can use the Metro for most of the way and then a taxi.

If you have a complex case then this is the place to come to. This clinic boasts the latest technology which makes treatment here minimally invasive. Renata has invested in a 3D printer to improve the implantation procedure and also ultrasound equipment to reduce the need to cut through soft tissue to reach hard tissue.
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Implantation using a 3D template

After taking a 3D scan, a 3D printer produces a template of the area. This is used to find the optimal positions for the implants. Using this method:

  • Reduces the need for bone grafts as the bone with the best density is used.
  • Reduces risk, as it avoids structures such as nerves and the sinus cavities.
  • Reduces the surgery time by 50%
  • Reduces swelling
  • Increases the possibility of immediate loading.
Renata also uses piezoelectric equipment. This uses low frequency ultrasound to precisely cut mineralised hard material such as teeth and bone whilst leaving the soft tissue intact. This greatly reduces the amount of bleeding during surgery and also reduces the healing period. This technology can be used in a wide range of procedures such as impacted tooth extraction and sinus lifts.

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