Dental treatments

We recommend the first dental visit by the age of 1. At this time, we do a full mouth examination, check the condition of the teeth, and make sure everything is developing properly. We also teach parents how to take care of their children’s teeth and they can learn the proper brushing technique. And we answer all questions that may arise, while the little ones can get acquainted with the dental clinic, experience what it’s like to sit in the dentist’s chair, and leave with good experiences.
Of course, in fact, parents can provide huge support to the children during treatment. For little ones, you can even sit together in the dental chair, encouraging them! However, we would like to ask that only one parent accompanies the child into the treatment room. Thank you for your understanding!
Yes, Dr. Nóra Tábori, orthodontist, welcomes her little patients for orthodontic treatment. However, we ask you to get a panoramic x-ray done before the first consultation. Our colleagues can provide assistance over the phone on where to have these done, so feel free to call them! Please refrain from eating 3 hours before the orthodontic appointment.
No, in most cases, there’s no need for an injection. When we do give one, we apply a fruity-flavored numbing gel before the injection to numb the mucosa so the child won’t feel it. However, it might feel a bit tight, which can be uncomfortable. After the treatment, while the effects of anesthesia goes off, please ensure your child doesn’t eat or bite their mouth or tongue. They can drink without any problem.
Teeth should be brushed at least twice a day. Ideal times are after breakfast and before bedtime. Until children can eat with a knife and fork, we need to help them with brushing!
Milk teeth can deteriorate much faster than permanent teeth, so it’s advisable to visit the dentist at least every 6 months, but when your child has an undergoing treatment, we suggest to take a visit in every 3 months.
Our pediatric dental clinic is located in the heart of the 13th district in Budapest, halfway between the Dózsa György út and Göncz Árpád City Center metro stops, not far from the Danube, at the bottom of a newly built residential park. Our exact address is 1138 Budapest, Viza Street. 9/A and the entrance will be from the Tom Lantos sétány.

We accept cash, credit/debit cards, and health savings account cards at our clinic. If you prefer to pay with an HSA card, please note that we accept the following: MKB, IZYS, PRÉMIUM, PATIKA, ÚJPILLÉR, OTP, GENERALI, VASUTAS, VITAMIN.”