FAQ's

Why are your prices so low?

It’s because the price of highly qualified white-collar workers are significantly lower than in developed Western European countries.

From which countries do people come to Hungary to receive dental treatments?

Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the United Kingdom, etc.

Can you send me a preliminary quotation?

If you let us have your panoramic X-ray or plan of treatment prepared at home (without prices), we will send you an approximate plan of treatment.

How much can I save?

You can save anything up to 60% compared to the dental costs in Western Europe which may amount to 5,000 - 10,000 Euro for a complex treatment.

What languages do the clinicians and the staff participating in the programme speak?

German, English, Italian.

How can I pay? When is payment due for the treatments?

We need you to pay in advance upon commencing treatment (about 50%) while the remaining amount should be settled in cash or with credit card.

What materials do you use?

Similarly to the surgeries in Western countries we use only superior materials in both or dental surgery and dental technician laboratory from Germany, Switzerland, Japan and the USA. All materials used are ISO certified.

What happens if I’m allergic to nickel?

We always use nickel-free metal or gold alloy. It is possible for us to prepare metal-free ceramic prostheses in which we use  zirconium oxide.

How can I get a dental implant if I want to have one?

Firstly-after the personnaly consultation- the implant is put in place which takes one day (2-3 days including inward and outward journey). After a healing period of 3-6 months, the superstructure (bridge, crown) can be prepared within 10 days in the framework of our dental programme, or a prosthesis will be prepared immediately on the freshly placed implant provided that sufficient bone is available and the patient will be able to leave the surgery with usable teeth that day or the day after.

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