Dental Implants

The Dental Implant information in this section of the website is intended to provide you with an overview of routine dental implant treatment.

Why choose Kreativ Dental?

Dental Implant Treatment is a particular area of experience at the Kreativ Dental Clinic. Our dental specialists have completed thousands of implant treatments successfully. Our state of the art dental clinic in Budapest has everything we could possibly need on-site to provide implants in a safe and professional environment. We are one of the few dental clinics to have a dental CT scanner. This enables us to avoid damage to important nerves in the jaws and to the sinuses. The CT scanner allows us to diagnose with accuracy if your bone is suitable for implants.

Why should teeth be replaced?

Apart from being able to smile, eat, and speak better; dental implants prevent the onset of poor facial profile due to the loss of bone mass in your jawbone. Dental Implants prevent bone loss by transmitting load forces during the chewing process down into the jawbone. The jawbone reacts to this loading by increasing the bone density. Dental Implants are well known in their ability to stop bone loss and restore facial skeletal structure while significantly improving digestion.

There are many unfavorable consequences from loss of teeth without replacement:

  • Migration of adjacent teeth: when there is a gap, opposing teeth may over-erupt adjacent teeth migrate towards the empty spaces resulting in food trapping and possible decay
  • Difficulty of chewing : missing teeth can cause insufficient chewing function that could possibly result in indigestion
  • Poor appearance & bone loss: loss of youthful appearance and facial structure due to bone resorption
  • Loss of lip support
  • Poor speech : difficulty in speaking especially if front teeth are missing

Am I a candidate for dental Implants?

Dental implants are the best option for people of all ages in good general oral health who have lost a tooth or teeth due to an accident, gum disease, injury, or some other reason. It is important that you have enough dental bone to support the implant. There are some health conditions which warrant special consideration. Certain chronic diseases, heavy smoking, or alcohol abuse may contraindicate implant treatment. After careful evaluation of your health history, our dentists will alert you to any conditions that may effect your treatment. Please remember, age is not a factor.

Do I have enough bone?

It is important for a patient to have enough bone to support an implant. If you do not have enough bone, there are many safe and effective ways to correct bone deficiency. Our implantologist will assess you and advise you if additional bone mass is needed. It may be necessary for him to perform an artificial bone replacement or sinus lift in order for the implant to be placed.

What are some of the benefits of dental implants?

Dental implant restorations can provide a natural feel and appearance, so you may forget you ever lost a tooth. Perhaps you hide your smile because you are embarrassed by your missing teeth. Maybe your dentures don’t feel secure. Perhaps you have difficulty chewing. If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to smile, speak and eat again with comfort and confidence, implants could be the answer. Dental implants are especially practical for patients who can no longer wear removable dentures.

  • Renewed ability to chew and speak properly
  • Restoration of facial aesthetics
  • Preservation of remaining jaw bone structure
  • Recovery of the natural appearance and function of teeth
  • Increased confidence and self-esteem

Are there different types of dental implants?

There are many different types of dental implants. We use DIO implants, and we can also place Nobel Biocare and Straumann. We are able to produce crowns, bridgework or implant-retained dentures (Locator dentures) on many other types of implants.

Dental Implant Procedure?

Dental Implant treatment is arranged in the following steps:

• Insertion of the Implant
• Healing of the gum
• Exposure of the Implant site
• Taking the impression
• Insertion of crown and bridge or over-denture

The placement of the implant is followed by a healing period of normally between 3 and 6 months in which the bone bonds to the implant. If sinus lift or artificial bone replacement is necessary the healing period is likely to be longer.
At the end of the healing period, a return visit of between 5 and 15 days is required for the fitting of Porcelain or Zirconium Crowns. Many patients can divide the second stage into two parts, with a 1-2 week break in between.

Is there pain or discomfort?

The dental implants are placed using a simple local anaesthetic. Most patients report that they were much more comfortable following the procedure than they had anticipated.

Will I be without replacement teeth at any time?

There are several different ways to get temporary teeth during the healing period. Most people just wear their existing denture during this time. Some people have been without teeth for a long time and so are happy to go without temporaries for a few months. For those who are not it is usually possible to get fixed or removable temporary teeth. Fixed temporaries are more expensive as they are dental bridges bonded to the adjacent teeth. Removable temporary dentures may be made by our laboratory or you may use your existing dentures with a little adjustment during the healing phase.

How long does the treatment take?

For a single implant placement, we normally require one appointment time of approximately 15 minutes. If the patient requires multiple implants we normally need a few appointments over a few days.

How long will my implants last?

Under proper conditions and with diligent oral hygiene, dental implants can last a lifetime.

Cost of Dental Implants?

Our implant prices are typically 40-70% lower than in the patient’s own country. Patients regularly travel to the Kreativ Dental clinic in Hungary to take advantage of the huge savings available.

Our Prices

Read about our previous implant treatments

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Dr Ádám Vad

Dr. Ádám Vad, General Practitioner


2007: Szeged University, Faculty of Dentistry
2013: Membership of ITI Danish Section (International Implantology Society)
2018: Straumann Implant Course
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: General Dentistry, Dento-alveolar Surgery

Languages: Danish, English

“I chose this profession because it’s centred around people, is rooted in a desire to help, and because it’s manual, allowing me to create beautiful work. For me, it’s essential to be empathetic towards my patients. Above all, my most important professional and personal values are authenticity and quality.”

Dr Attila Lesti

Dr. Attila Lesti, General Practitioner


1999: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
2001: Dental and Oral Diseases Specialisation Exam
2005: Examination in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
2018: Postgraduate Diploma of Dental Studies (Cardiff, United Kingdom)
2017: Straumann Implant Course
2018: CBCT Masterclass
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Prosthodontics, Dental Surgery (minor oral surgical procedures)

Languages: English

“From 2007 to 2019, I applied my dental expertise in Cardiff, United Kingdom. Since returning home, I’ve been utilising the knowledge I acquired at Kreativ Dental. As a proud father, I spend a significant portion of my free time with my family. Additionally, I’m heavily into sports, particularly running and swimming.”

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Dr Ivan Solymosi

Dr. Iván Solymosi, General Practitioner


2000: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
2002: Dental and Oral Diseases Specialisation Exam
2011: Smylist Smile Design Course
2011: Arcus Digma Training
2012: Examination in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
2013, 2015, 2017: "Competence in Esthetics" Aesthetic Dentistry Further Training
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Cosmetic Dentistry, Bite Correction with Arcus Digma Digital Measurement

Languages: English, German

“I enjoy cycling and swimming. Whenever time permits, I love to visit museums, galleries, and go to the cinema.”

Dr. Balázs Vass

Dr. Balázs Vass, General Practitioner


1999: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
2001: Dental and Oral Diseases Specialisation Exam
2011: Arcus Digma
2012: Examination in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Fixed and Removable Dental Prosthetics, Complete Rehabilitation

Languages: English, German

“Outside of my work, my wife, children, and I particularly enjoy spending our time by the water. The closeness of nature is very calming and relaxing for all of us.”

Dr. András Zsendovits

Dr. András Zsendovits General Practitioner


1992: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
1995: Dental and Oral Diseases Specialisation Exam
1996: Dento-alveolar Surgery Training
2012: Examination in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
2011: Arcus Digma
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Dental Prosthesis, Cosmetic Dentistry

Languages: English

“The most important standards for me are patient satisfaction and the utmost precision in my work.”

Dr. Cristian Pilihaci

Dr. Cristian Pilihaci, Oral Surgeon and Implantologist


1986: Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timișoara
1988: Târgu Mureș University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Dentistry Department
1992: Dentistry Specialisation Exam
2012: Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics Specialisation Exam
2011: Arcus Digma
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Cosmetic Dentistry, Implantology

Languages: Romanian, English, French

“My passion for the profession is not only reflected in my work but also in my personal life. I am proud to say that both my children now practice as dentists. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, mountain climbing, and skiing. However, my greatest joy comes from spending time with my grandchildren.”

Dr. Ádám Pánczél

Dr. Ádám Pánczél, General Practitioner


1998 University of Szeged, Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Dentistry
2000 Examination in Dental and Oral Diseases
2007 Society for the Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry (SAAD) National Course in Conscious Sedation, London, UK
2007-2008 Multi-System Implantology Certificate Course, Mr. T.C. Ucer, Trafford General Hospital, Manchester, UK – 1-year theoretical and hands-on course, UK
2008 2-year course at the Royal College of Surgeons of England Diploma in Implantology, UK
2009 Endodontic Fundamentals, University of Birmingham, Dental School, Postgraduate Office, Mr. Mike Waplington, Endodontist Specialist, UK
2009 Advanced Endodontic Course, Birmingham School of Dentistry, Postgraduate Centre, Mr. Mike Waplington, and Mr. A McRobert, Endodontist Specialists, UK
2013 Arcus Digma
Regular annual training

Specialty: Prosthodontics, fixed and removable replacements, complete dental rehabilitation with Arcus Digma digital measurement, dento-alveolar surgery

Languages: English

I spend my free time with my wife and three beautiful children.

“I believe in two things. One is family, and the other is persistent, hard work, after which I can say that I have done everything possible to maintain and improve the physical and mental health of my patients.”

Dr Bálint Török

Dr Bálint Török, Periodontist


2007: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry (summa cum laude)
2010: Postgraduate Specialisation
2010: Specialist in Periodontology
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Periodontology

Languages: English, German

“At university, I finished top of my class and later obtained an ‘excellent’ qualification during my postgraduate specialisation. I continually engage in both national and international further training courses to enhance and maintain my knowledge.

In my free time, I prefer spending time with my wife, who is also a dentist, and our son Áron. Additionally, I have a passion for running and exploring new places, whether it’s during a pleasant hike, as these activities help rejuvenate me and keep my life balanced. Movement plays a central role in my life; I am a regular runner and have completed half marathons 60 times.”

Dr. Bernard Tóth

Dr. Bernard Tóth, Oral Surgeon and General Practitioner


2012: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
2015: Specialisation in Dento-alveolar Surgery
DIO Key Doctor
Ethoss Key Opinion Leader
DIO Navi Master Training
Speciality: Dento-alveolar Surgery

Languages: English

“Sport and a healthy lifestyle have always been close to my heart, so I spend my free time road cycling or sailing. For me, sailing is not just about the sport; it’s a way of life. It provides an excellent relaxation both mentally and physically.”

Dr Ádám Bíró

Dr Ádám Bíró, Endodontist


2011: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
2014: Specialisation in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
Regular participant in domestic and international conferences
Speciality: Endodontics

Languages: English

“Gastronomy plays an essential role in my life. I regularly experiment with new recipes, dabbling with various spices and techniques to craft exciting and tasty dishes. I also have a passion for exploring new places and immersing myself in diverse cultures. For me, travelling is about broadening my horizons and collecting
memories and experiences from around the world. I am always eager for new adventures and the thrill of discovering the unknown.”

János Rendetzky

János Rendetzky, Master Ceramist

János is Leader of the Ceramic Department where all Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns, Full Porcelain Crowns, Veneers and Inlays are skillfully crafted. Furthermore, he is one of the few exclusive demonstrators in Europe of the German company Vita which produces the best quality dental porcelain in the world.

Keve Hortváth

Keve Horváth

Keve Horváth joined our team of dental technicians. He works in the Ceramic Department as a master ceramist. After he graduated in 1994, he furthered his knowledge from several symposiums in Hungary, Germany and Belgium (for example Noritake and Ivoclar). In 2006 he held a course „Esthetic Front” with a real patient presence, which is a special event in Hungary and also in Europe.

Dr. Lajos Patonay

Dr. Lajos Patonay, Oral Surgeon and Implantologist


1989: Semmelweis University, General Medical Faculty
1994: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
1999: Dento-alveolar Surgery Specialisation Exam
2012: Maxillofacial Surgery Specialisation Exam
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Dento-alveolar Surgery, Implantology

Languages: English, German

“In addition to my daily oral surgery and dental engagements, I participate in various research projects at the Semmelweis University’s Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology in the Applied and Clinical Anatomy Laboratory, which focus on developing surgical solutions related to the human body.”

Dr. Péter Magos

Dr. Péter Magos, General Practitioner


1992: Vienna Medical University (Pre-Clinical Studies)
1994: Semmelweis University, Faculty of Dentistry
1996: Dental and Oral Diseases Specialisation Exam
2008: Examination in Conservative Dentistry and Prosthodontics
2011: Arcus Digma
Ongoing: Regular annual further training courses
Speciality: Cosmetic Dentistry, Implantology

Languages: German, English

“When I can positively impact a person’s self-esteem and life by allowing them to laugh with confidence again, that’s what brings me a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction in my work. That’s why it’s worth it for me to work towards this every day.”