Oldal kiválasztása


We work with the latest technology and materials in accordance with strict regulations, in a modern and elegant environment at most advantageous prices. We place particular importance on hygiene, on the quality of our work and professionalism, and of course on reliability and patience towards our patients.

Our range of services includes the following:

dental implants » 
• bone grafting,
• oral surgery treatments (bloc transplantation, sinus-lift » ),
• orthodontics,
• dentures (all kind of crowns » , bridges, inlays),
• fillings,
• dental bleaching,
root canal treatment » 
• tooth jewellery,
• dental prosthesis,
• oral hygiene treatments,
• tooth removal,
• panoramic X-ray,
• computer tomography.

We work with the latest technology and materials in accordance with strict regulations, in a modern and elegant environment at most advantageous prices. We place particular importance on hygiene, on the quality of our work and professionalism, and of course on reliability and patience towards our patients.

Our range of services includes the following:

dental implants » 
• bone grafting,
• oral surgery treatments (bloc transplantation, sinus-lift » ),
• orthodontics,
• dentures (all kind of crowns » , bridges, inlays),
• fillings,
• dental bleaching,
root canal treatment » 
• tooth jewellery,
• dental prosthesis,
• oral hygiene treatments,
• tooth removal,
• panoramic X-ray,
• computer tomography.

Dental implants

What are dental implants?

Our implantologists and dental surgeons are working with the following dental implant systems: Zimmer (United States), Alpha Bio (Germany), Ankylos (Nobel Group Germany).
The dental implant used by us is an artificial root made of titanium, which is able to replace the root of real teeth completely.
The formal preparation of the implant is carried out so that is able to withstand the appropriate pressure, so the chewing function is exactly the same later, as in case of real teeth. Dental implantation is nothing else than the replacement of your missing tooth or teeth, by this artificial tooth root, on which dentures are placed, which have the same stability, capacity and aesthetic as your own natural teeth. It gives you the same feeling as your own strong and healthy teeth.
Can implants always be used to replace missing teeth?
It depends on the state of the bone in your jaw. Therefore the preparation of a dental CT scan is necessary, on this basis we get a 100% picture of the state of your jaw bone.

Your dentist will arrange a number of special tests to assess the amount of the remaining bone. If there is not enough bone substance, or if it isn’t healthy enough, it may not be possible to place implants without grafting bone into the area first.

Who makes the implantation?
Dr. Msc. Jakabházy István Master of Science of Implantology and Dental Surgery has become a specialist in the field of implantology during his 20 years of practice. During these years he has inserted over 10 thousands of implants, which is very high even in international comparison.
Do implants hurt?
Placing the implants requires a small operation. You will not feel any pain during the insertion, but you may feel some discomfort during the week following the surgery. This is usually due to having stitches in place, and the normal healing process by implantation.
Who can get an implant?
A person who is in good health, has healthy gums, and has enough bone in his or her jaw to allow an implant to be placed in the jawbone. Your dental professional will examine you to determine if you are suitable to get an implant.
What is bone grafting?
In some cases it may occur, that implantation can’t be carried out, because the bone needed is not available or not appropriate, it can’t hold the implant, because the jawbone is not wide or high enough.

In such cases bone replacement is needed. Thanks to researches these are routine procedures nowadays, both bone replacement and implantation are carrying no risk or pain for the patient.

In many cases the success of implantation depends on whether the bone substance is appropriate or not, so you shouldn’t be averse in connection with these processes.

For which problems may implants mean solution?
For the perfect replacement of one single tooth: in place of the lost tooth an implant is inserted, on which the appropriate crown is placed. So the dental arch can be completed again, and not a single tooth has to be ground.
How long does treatment take?
On basis of a panoramic X-ray, which is not older than three months, we are able to forecast the course of treatment and duration with 90% certainty,

It takes about 3-18 months from the initial assessment to the time when the artificial teeth or dentures are finally attached to the implants. However, if only the lower jaw is involved then it may only take about 3 months. It depends a lot on how complicated your treatment is. Your dentist will be able to give you a timetable once the surgery has been done.

What do I have to do after the surgery? Are there any useful instructions?
Certainly, your dental surgeon will give you some useful instructions after the surgery, e.g.: cool the place of the operation definitely from outside, only when the effect of the anaesthetic injection ceases completely, you can eat and have hot drinks, don’t spit, suck on straws or smoke, do not smoke, do not drink coffee, tea or coke, eat only soft food to avoid injuring your gum tissues, don’t try to clean the implant area for the next one to two weeks, but clean the rest of your mouth normally. Your dentist may give you an antibacterial rinse to help keep the area clean.
Are these teeth difficult to clean?
Cleaning around the teeth attached to the implants isn’t more difficult than cleaning natural teeth. However, there may be areas that give you problems and you’ll be shown methods to help. You care for your implants the same way you care for your natural teeth. It is important to brush and floss daily.
Do I have an implant for each missing tooth?
No, unless you’re only having a single tooth replaced. Normally, 6-8  implants are used to replace all the teeth in one jaw, as each implant can usually support two teeth.
What is an implant-supported denture?
An implant-supported denture is used when a person doesn’t have any teeth in the jaw, but has enough bone in the jaw to support implants. It is a type of overdenture that is supported by and attached to implants. An implant-supported overdenture is attached to implants, while a regular denture rests on the gums, tends to be less stable there. You can remove an implant-supported denture easily. You will find it easier to speak and you won’t have to worry about the denture becoming loose or falling out of your mouth. You will generally be able to eat food you could not eat before. If you have an implant-supported denture in your upper jaw, it will feel more natural than a regular denture because the denture will no longer cover the roof of your mouth.
What is implant-supported bridge?
An implant-supported bridge is similar to a regular dental bridge, but it is supported by implants and not by natural teeth. In most cases, when an implant-supported bridge is used, one implant is placed in the jawbone for each missing tooth and then, instead of placing a separate crown on top of each implant, the crowns are connected to each other to form one piece.
When can I receive dentures earliest after the operation?
In some cases we even prepare provisional dentures the next day, but after larger interventions after 10-12 days healing time.
What happens if the implant does not bond (integrate) with the bone?
This happens very rarely. If the implant becomes loose during the healing period or just after, then it is easily removed and healing takes place in the normal way. Once the jaw has healed, another implant can be placed. Or, the dentist can make a bridge, using the implanted false teeth that have been ‘taken’.
Is the treatment expensive?
Unfortunately, yes. However, in many situations, the cost of the treatment is only a little more than the cost of more conventional treatment with crowns and bridges. But there are many advantages, as well. An implant to replace a single tooth avoids the need to grind the teeth either side for crowns to support a bridge. Normal dentures often mean you can’t eat or speak well, due to the dentures moving about. But teeth attached to an implant don’t cause this problem. Stable teeth positively influence pronunciation and tasting flavours. Implants provides you with a better life quality and more self-confidence in private, social and professional life.

Sinus lift

What is Sinus lift?
Sinus lift is also called sinus augmentation is a surgery procedure that means that the dental surgeon adds bone material to the upper jaw in the area of molars and premolars to make it taller. This dental surgery procedure is usually performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Sinus lift has become popular in the past 15 years as more dental patients are getting dental implants to replace their missing teeth. Nowadays these are already considered as routine operations
Why is a sinus lift necessary?
When there is not enough bone substance in the upper jaw, or the sinuses are too close to the jaw, a sinus lift surgery is necessary. There are several reasons for sinus lift. First of all, many people who have lost teeth (back teeth or molars) in their upper jaw don’t have enough bone for implants to be placed, or bone may have been lost because of gum disease (periodontal disease). Once teeth are lost, our bone begins to be absorbed back into the body. If teeth have been missing for a long time, there is often not enough bone left to place implants.
How is a sinus lift carried out?
First of all, a CT scan is taken before the procedure, so the dental surgeon can study the anatomy of your jaw and sinus. Then the dental surgeon cuts the gum tissue near the premolars and molars exposing the bone. Bone-graft material is then placed into the space where the sinus was, above the jaw. The gum tissue is then stitched closed. The whole bone healing takes about 6-9 months, after this period it can be loaded with an implant.
What kind of materials are used for a sinus lift?
Synthetic materials are used, which can stimulate bone formation.
When will I get the implants?
First the sinus lift is performed, then there is a healing period. The dental implants will be placed into the upper jaw only four to nine months later. Your dental surgeon will inform you about the correct time.
How will I feel after the sinus lift surgery?
Patients may feel some swelling or small bleeding from the mouth or nose. Patients should avoid blowing the nose or sneezing, because these activities can cause the bone-graft material to move, and the stitches may loosen. Your dentist will give you pain medication, antibiotics and an antimicrobial mouthwash to help preventing infections. After 7 to 10 days the sutures will be removed, or the suture will be absorbed within 2-3 weeks.
Is the sinus lift painful?
Sinus lift is performed under local anaesthesia. So it isn’t painful. Most patients have only a little discomfort after a sinus-lift procedure.

Dental crown

What is a dental crown?

A crown is a ‘tooth-shaped cap’, which is placed on the decayed or aesthetically not appropriate tooth. The denture is placed on the remaining stump of the prepared tooth, so it strengthens it and restores the original, natural form and colour of the tooth.
In which cases are dental crowns recommended?
  • If the dental filling is already too large and there is not enough tooth structure for restoration.
  • Restoration of a root canal-treated tooth
  • Repair and strengthen of a broken or damaged tooth.
  • It protects a weak tooth from breakage.
  • Improve tooth appearance, like colour and shape of the tooth.
  • As part of a bridge (holding pillar)
  • Placed on an implant
We prepare four different dental crowns at our dental office:
  • zirconia crown
  • porcelain fused to metal crown
  • porcelain fused to titan crown
  • porcelain fused to gold crown
The zirconia crown
They are deceptively similar to natural teeth.

Natural teeth are translucent in some way, which couldn’t be imitated with the previous technologies, but with the development of zirconia crowns this problem could  be solved, because zirconia frame has the same colour as natural teeth, and it lets the light trough.

The porcelain fusing of the zirconia crown has the same appearance as tooth enamel, so the denture will be very lifelike. It is especially recommended to our patients suffering from metal allergy.

Root Canal Treatment

What is root canal treatment?

Root canal treatment (also called endodontics) is necessary, when blood or nerve supply of the tooth (known as the pulp) is infected by decay or injury.
Why is root canal treatment needed?
If the pulp becomes infected, the infection may spread through the root canal system of the tooth. This can possible lead to an abscess. If root canal treatment (RCT) isn’t carried out, the infection will spread and the tooth may need to be extracted.
Does the procedure hurt?
No, it doesn’t.  Local anaesthetic is used and it shouldn’t feel any different than having an ordinary filling done.
What does it involve?
The aim of the treatment is to remove all infection from the root canal. The root is then cleaned and filled to prevent any further infection. Root canal treatment is a skilled and time-consuming procedure. Most courses of treatment will involve two or more visits of your dentist. During the first appointment, the infected pulp is removed. Any abscesses, which may be present, can also be drained at this time. The root canal is then cleaned and shaped ready for the filling. A temporary filling is placed and the tooth is left to settle. The tooth is checked at a later visit and when all the infection has cleared, the tooth is permanently filled.
What will my tooth look like after treatment?
In the past, a root filled tooth would often darken after treatment. However, with modern techniques this doesn’t happen any more. If there is any discolouration, there are several treatments available to restore the natural appearance.
What if I don’t have the treatment?
The alternative is to have the tooth extracted. Once the pulp is destroyed, it can’t heal and it is not recommended to leave an infected tooth in the mouth. Although some people would prefer an extraction, it is usually best to keep as many natural teeth as possible.
What about aftercare?
Root-treated teeth should be treated the same as any other tooth. Remember to brush your teeth at least once a day, preferably with a fluoride toothpaste. Reduce sugary snacks, and keep them only to mealtimes if possible.