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Our Clinic

 

index_1OralStudio Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Outpatient Surgery was founded in 1996. Due to a gradually increasing number of clientè le, the surgery was relocated after 10 years of operation. Our brand new premises on Böszörményi Street in the XII District welcomes the grown territorial and technical demands in a pleasant atmosphere.

Our mission is to provide state-of-the-art professional medical attendance, maintenance and monitoring to patients who are redirected from our consulting collegues (dentists, orthodontics, GPs, pediatricians) to our surgery, as well as for those who visit us directly by a personal appointment.

OralStudio co-operates with several dental surgeries throughout the country that forward various ambulatory operative dentistric cases to our surgery. Upon treatment completion, we send patients, along with their case assessment, report and further treatment proposal, back to the referring dentist. Post-treatment and relating tasks are performed by OralStudio.

index_2OralStudio awaits its patients with state-of-the-art technical background, carrying out a whole spectrum of treatments from a simple tooth extraction, through the traditional and aesthetic dentistry, to the more complicated surgeries.

OralStudio has engaged in a contract with Szent Imre Hospital of Budapest for a mutual inpatient attendance.

Our team is made up of two dental-oral surgeons, dentists, orthodontists, dental assistants, clinical dental hygienists and an anaesthetist.

If necessary, routine oral surgeries may be carried out under anaesthesia, administered and overseen by our anaesthetist and the anaesthetist’s assistant.

The members of our team regularly attend professional conferences and postgraduate courses home and abroad as well.

OralStudio places great emphasis on delivering a thorough and precise patient treatment. Our team is always available for in-person consultations to discuss possible alternative treatment, potential risks, or any other issues relating to the omission of the recommended treatment.