When devising the technical equipment of our clinic, our aim was to provide, in addition to the considerable professional knowledge and experience of our specialists, such equipments to our patients that allows quick and painless treatments.


With Cerec, there is no nausea and no discomfort from the impression material and the impression tray. The Cerec method is more modern, more hygienic, and gives a cleaner feeling to the patients, while it provides, in every aspect, more accurate data to the dentist than the traditional method, and thus allows for the design and construction of more precise, more aesthetic, and more natural-looking dental prostheses than before.

Cerec is a digital system that makes a dental impression without its scanner getting into direct contact with the mouth. The dentist moves a small sensor over the surface of the teeth; the scanner reads this, and the procedure is over. A cutting-edge range of ceramics is available for the dentist to determine the composition of the prosthesis, and in addition to professional requirements, the need for a natural and pleasing look for the tooth design can also be considered. Then the data are sent to the Cerec grinding and milling unit. The grinding and milling unit creates the digitally designed tooth, and the patient receives it on the same day, which means that the treatment is completed in a day.


As technology develops, it encourages increasing accuracy in dentistry, too. Our clinic also has a remarkable optical device, a dental microscope we use in our everyday work. This special equipment is mostly used in root canal treatments and is also important when we check the accuracy of aesthetic and surgical procedures and tooth replacements (crowns, veneers, and inlays). With the dental-surgical microscope, the risk of errors can be reduced to the minimum.

3D X‑ray

3D X-ray allows for more accurate diagnosis, planning, and more conscious action on the dentist’s part.

It is very useful in 3D implantology, for example: With the equipment, the place of the implant can be planned accurately, then a model is created, and the implant is inserted in the jaw without surgical incision. This method allows for a painless treatment that is much friendlier than before.

3D X-ray is also very useful in orthodontics. It can be used to accurately determine the available bone volume, which makes the planning easier.

In endodontic procedures, we can use 3D X-ray to examine root-canaled teeth in slices, so hidden foci are revealed.

Endodontics background

Endodontic equipment is used to make root canal treatments faster and more efficient. We locate the apex of the root canal electronically, to measure the length of the root canal accurately without using X-ray and radiation. This way, the root canal is treated physically and chemically, and infectious agents and infected tooth matter are removed.

Implantology background

Our clinic offers the latest solutions in modern implantology. We rely on a considerable surgical background and use the most complex bone grafting methods.

Thanks to Dr. Ákos Fehér’s surgical knowledge and experience, we have also had outstanding achievements in implantology treatments where the patient doesn’t have a sufficient amount of bone.

We have successfully used simpler bone grafting methods and also the most complex human bone blocks designed with CT.