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Periodontal gum disease: the `Silent Killer`

Periodontal gum disease: the `Silent Killer`

Periodontitis is not called the ‘Silent Killer’ without reason. It attacks the parodontium and the jaw bone in such a way that there are very few people who are aware of this disease and its consequences. Do the first symptoms apply in your case?
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Dentures cause jaw bone loss

Dentures cause jaw bone loss

There are many people who cannot receive implants after having been toothless or having worn dentures for a long time as they don’t have sufficient bone left. What causes bone loss? Can it be stopped? Is there any possibility of receiving implants even if one has been told that it is not possible?
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The story of Olivia

The story of Olivia

She was frightened to speak in public and couldn't eat or laugh. Her bone level was adequate for receiving conventional implants: 6 Alpha Bio implants and a 12 unit bridge. 

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Why do dentures cause problems while speaking?

Why do dentures cause problems while speaking?

Proper way of speaking is essential when it comes to everyday communication especially if we are in daily connection with people. For many people the first few weeks with dentures are a challenge as it cause problems in forming and pronouncing words.
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The story of Brian

The story of Brian

Plaque and tartar had built up around the neck of his teeth, causing gum pain. This middle-aged, heavy smoker patient's bridge was cracked and his teeth were in a bad state. His gums were also very sensitive and often bled.


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The treasures of Buda and the Danube bridges

The treasures of Buda and the Danube bridges

Hungary's proud and often crowded capital city, Budapest is truly unique and endowed with a wealth of remarkable architecture and culture. Beyond doubt, it is one of the world`s most beautiful cities with its royalty and romantic tone which makes it so charming and fascinating.
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The story of Gary

The story of Gary

He could eat and taste steak straight after the treatment This middle-aged male patient's loose teeth made eating very uncomfortable. He was unable to eat hard food, only soft food and soups. His teeth were splinted to increase their strength but that unfortunately didn't help much and he lost 15 kg.


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Why you need to visit the dentist regularly if you wear dentures ? 

Why you need to visit the dentist regularly if you wear dentures ? 

Dentures are a very popular option when it comes to choosing a tooth replacement method and many people think that dentures provide a lifetime solution. We don’t wish to disabuse anyone but those who have worn dentures for any length of time will be able to state catagorically that this is not the case.
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Can ill-fitting dentures cause cancer?

Can ill-fitting dentures cause cancer?

Those who wear dentures suffer from several disadvantages; they experience difficulties in eating or experience frustrations because dentures affect their social lives as well. Did you know that ill-fitting dentures can cause mouth cancer? Let us explain how.
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7 essential things you should know about dentures

7 essential things you should know about dentures

If your dentist did not call your attention to the followings, we suggest you to read this. Not because of us but because of yourself but please promise that you won’t kick the door on your dentist the next time you see him/her. Has your dentist really told you everything about dentures? Find it out.
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The dangers of ill-fitting dentures

The dangers of ill-fitting dentures

Have you had enough of wishing to have your teeth replaced whilst the word ‘dentures’ make you associate it with many problems? It is good to know that besides smaller or bigger everyday problems, dentures can cause long term health problems that you may have never even heard about before. Would you like to find out the risks of ill-fitting dentures and how to avoid them?
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The story of Nicole

The story of Nicole

She received her dentures 15 years ago but unfortunately couldn't wear them. This lovely female patient has not visited her local dentist for years, as previous traumatic dental experiences caused her to develop dental phobia. 


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We have received ‘Customer Service Awards’

We have received ‘Customer Service Awards’

We have received a ‘Customer Service Awards’ award from WhatClinic.com for the third time this year (2011, 2012, 2015). What does this mean in practice? What were the conditions and what message does this convey to the patients? Find out more about this now.
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Pest - on the streets of a world heritage

Pest - on the streets of a world heritage

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary. Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, its World Heritage Sites attracts over 20 million visitors a year.
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Multi-coloured Pest

Multi-coloured Pest

Budapest is considered by many visitors to be the "Paris of the East" because of its particular charm; it is the most densely populated and culturally the most important metropolis of Eastern Central Europe.
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Why Hungary?

Why Hungary?

Why is Hungarian dentistry so popular? Are Hungarian dentists really that good? If yes, how come that treatment prices are so low? What can I do there when I am not being treated? We will try to answer all of these questions below.
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The reason why I cannot eat my favourite dishes

The reason why I cannot eat my favourite dishes

In the case of toothlessness the reason for the difficulties with eating is obvious: no teeth. Dentures replace missing teeth but wearing them is only a temporary solution. It can cause  severe and irreversible problems in the long term especially when it comes to eating.
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Dentist or Implantologist?

Dentist or Implantologist?

Who is an implantologist? What is the difference between a dentist and an implantologist? Can my dentist insert dental implants properly or should I go to a dental implantologist”? Read this blog post to discover the answers to these very important questions!


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Abbey and the 5 day implant system

Abbey and the 5 day implant system

This middle-aged patient had received numerous dental treatment: bridges, crowns, root canal treatment, posts, etc. She couldn't wear dentures and could only chew with her front teeth.
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The steps of implantation

The steps of implantation

Most people think that implantation is a lengthy and serious procedure full of possible complications. Fortunately, this is not the case: it is a routine and pain free surgical intervention and its success rate is 98%. Find out more about the steps of the treatment now.
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Who can have implants?

Who can have implants?

Using dental implants is very common in dentistry. Inserting them is a routine work and 90% of them are successful. Thank to the various types of implants, almost everyone can have them. In which cases are they recommended? What are the contra-indications?
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How much does a smile cost? 4 affordable + 1 priceless advantages

How much does a smile cost? 4 affordable + 1 priceless advantages

Most people cannot see beyond the cosmetic and functional advantages of having tooth replacements. Do you think tooth replacement is only ever about these considerations? This is not a simple service or product we simply take off the shelf and buy, it is much more than that. When people opt for implants a lot of them are unaware that they are not just receiving new teeth,but something else too.
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Find out which type of implant you need

Find out which type of implant you need

Would you like to find out which implant would suit you the best? Or the many issues the implantologists consider before deciding which would be the best one? If you would like to be more prepared when it comes to implantation you are at the right place.
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Premature ageing due to dentures

Premature ageing due to dentures

We accept tooth loss as a natural part of the ageing process. However, it’s not at all natural to look much older than we really are after losing teeth or wearing dentures for a long time. Who would want to look older than they really are? Do you wear dentures or have you lost all of your natural teeth? If the answer to either of these questions is ‘yes’ then you should be aware of the following information.


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The risks of missing teeth

The risks of missing teeth

If we lose one or two teeth we tend to think that it is fine if we replace them at a later point in time as they are not so visible and our other teeth will function instead. Only a few may know that it is not true at all. Even one tooth loss can lead to severe consequences as regards our other teeth. Find out more about the most common risks of having missing teeth.
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How long should you wait for your new teeth?

How long should you wait for your new teeth?

The estimated time of the implantation and healing is 3-6 months or sometimes a year. Your bone structure and the healing period is crucial in determining how long the whole procedure will take. Would you like to find out what happens during the above mentioned period of time or how our implantologists choose the implants that suit you the best?
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Why might you need implants?

Why might you need implants?

Missing teeth should be replaced as soon as possible as this can lead to serious  problems in the future: jawbone recession, instability in neighbouring teeth, problems with digestion due to improper chewing and changes in speaking (e.g. lisping). If you wish to prevent these problems then you should read this blog.
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The structure and type of implants

The structure and type of implants

How do implants look like at close? How and what materials are they made of? What types are there and how does the dentist decide which to choose? What is osseointegration? We are about to find these answers out.
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How could it be so efficient?

How could it be so efficient?

Full jaw restoration with the conventional implant system takes months to be completed in many cases as opposed to the Swiss 5 day implant system which requires only five days and there is no need for a sinus lift. It is available even in those cases that implantation seemed to be impossible before. How could it be so efficient?
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