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Medicover Dental Clinic, situated in Budapest is proud to present its wide range of dental treatments from the simplest tooth extraction or root canal treatment all the way to the complicated methods of placing a dental implant or performing an oral surgery with bone grafting or sinus lift.

Here you can read about prosthetic (tooth implants, overdentures, all-on-4 dentures) and cosmetic treatments (crowns, bridges, veneers and teeth whitening). We are eager to provide you with all the information you need to know about these processes, including the costs and benefits, healing periods and oral hygiene guidelines.

About Budapest

Budapest’s fascinatingly beautiful harmony is primarily due to its geographical location. In geographical descriptions, the Danube – Duna – should primarily mentioned, which crosses through the city from the north-to-south direction, separating the plain Pest from the hilly area of Buda.

About Hungary

What shall I know about this small country in the heart of Europe? Before visiting Hungary, you may wish to know more about the centre of European dental tourism. Below you’ll find some interesting information you’ll find useful when you’re planning how you will spend your time here.

Before you travel

When you make the first contact with the dental clinic that you like, and made sure that they are the best provider for your care, you can start the preparation to your first dental holiday in Budapest! We have collected the important steps and a selection of the most useful advice to secure a safe and relaxing experience for you.

Accommodation ideas

With our partner hotels you can save even more while having treatment at Medicover Dental Clinic. We have a few suggestions for accommodation in different categories during your dental treatment, all are located near to our dental clinic.

Flights to Budapest

Travelling to Budapest for your treatment couldn’t be easier, with a variety of low priced airlines flying to Budapest every day. For direct access to the website of the various airlines and to know the price of flights, the official links are available below.

Just 4 easy steps

Nothing is easier than to have your treatment at Medicover Dental Clinic Hungary. What exactly is the flow of this 4-step process?

EU immunity certificate

From 1 July, the EU immunity certificate will be available for travel within the EU

From 1 July, Hungary, like the other Member States, will grant free entry to foreigners arriving with an EU Covid certificate. This EU immunity certificate is available both digitally and on paper free of charge.

Who is eligible for an EU Covid certificate?

1. Who received the vaccination - vaccination certificate

The person who has been vaccinated at least once and not more than one year has passed since the first vaccination. The vaccination certificate is valid for 1 year. The host country will determine which vaccines it will accept to justify vaccination. Everyone who is vaccinated can receive a vaccination certificate, regardless of which coronavirus vaccine they have received, but Member States determine which vaccines are accepted. Please also note that for vaccines, the EU Covid certificate contains the official name of the vaccine and the manufacturer, which is not the same as the names of the vaccine used in everyday life. It is also up to the Member States to determine how many vaccinations are required and how many days must pass after vaccination, and how long protection is, based on the vaccination.

2. Who has been confirmed to have contracted the infection - recovery certificate

Under EU conditions, this means that 15 days have passed since the last positive PCR test for coronavirus, or a positive antigen test accepted under the EU Regulation has been performed but 180 days have not yet passed since then. The maximum validity of this type of card is 180 days, but Member States may set a shorter date. In this case, the card must be issued no earlier than 11 days after the person was first subjected to a rapid antigen test or a negative PCR test.

3. Who has a negative coronavirus test - test certificate

It is up to the host countries to determine the validity of the test required to enter that country. A negative PCR test performed no later than 72 hours is required to enter Hungary.

Travelling to Hungary

Travelling to Hungary for medical reason is permitted

Foreign citizens are allowed to travel to Hungary to to use health services. Our professional staff will give you all the help and care you need, ensuring your safe stay at our clinic.

Free PCR test before you return home

Cost of the PCR test provided after your arrival and before your departure, in case you had it done in Hungary.

More than half of the population is vaccinated

More than half of the population of Hungary is vaccinated, as the willingness to vaccinate is outstandingly high in our country.

Save 50-70% on your dental treatment

Besides saving 50-70% on your dental treatment, you can also have the opportunity to combine your treatment with an unforgettable trip. Place confidence in our professional dentists and be convinced that Budapest is not only a beautiful city, but also famous for its excellent private health care.

Hotels and restaurants are open

Make your stay unforgettable! Enjoy a cup of coffee without any restrictions. Our country is also famous for its gastronomy, so do not hesitate to taste several traditional Hungarian dishes.

Safety and hygiene are guaranteed

According to the strict regulations, your body temperature will be measured while entering our clinic. Sanitary gel stations at entry/exit points are also available. In addition, our staff pays maximum attention to hygiene in order to guarantee the highest level of safety for our Patients.

Before you travel

How to prepare for your dental trips in Budapest?

When you make the first contact with the dental clinic that you like, and made sure that they are the best provider for your care, you can start preparing your first dental trip to Budapest! We have collected the most important steps and a selection of the most useful advices to secure a safe and relaxing experience for you.

1. Treatment plan & price estimate

In order to figure out what treatment would be the best for you, your dentist or oral surgeon in Budapest will need several pieces of information from your side.

  • panoramic X-ray, some pictures of your teeth and a CT scan are not only useful but mostly necessary documents to provide proper diagnostics and treatment planning for you. Your past dental treatment history, general medical conditions and list of medication may also affect your treatment options so make sure to pass this information to your clinic before your treatment plan is created.
  • Your main concerns and preferences regarding the solution. Usually there are more than one treatment options to sort out the most frequent dental problems such as pain, missing teeth or a wobbly old denture. To plan your dental treatment, please let your dentist know if you have any special requirements. For some patients the most important factor is to finish the treatment in the shortest possible time, while others are more concerned of finances.

2. Travel arrangements

If you are satisfied with the treatment plan that was sent to you, it is finally time for your journey to be organized. Discuss with your patient care representative how many days you’ll need to spend for your dental treatment in Budapest and which dates would be the best for your dental treatment. We recommend sorting out all arrangements at least a few weeks in advance, to avoid anxiety and unnecessary extra expenses.

  • If you have more than one airlines with flights to Hungary, make sure to check their deals for the recommended dates. You may find exceptionally low-priced tickets making you save even more on your dental treatment in Budapest.
  • With your flight tickets booked, you can choose your accommodation. Check if your dental clinic has any partner hotels with special rates for dental tourists. You can make the booking yourself or have your patient care representative do it for you. Always ask for a written confirmation if possible.
  • Book your airport transfers for the day of your arrival. If your dental clinic offers you transfers too, you can skip this step as your clinic staff will take care of this.

3. Prepare for your stay & dental treatment in Budapest

Once all the arrangements have been sorted out as regards to the dentist appointments, flights and accommodation, there are a few other things that is useful to check before the big day of departure.

  • If you have any medical reports that may be relevant for your dental treatment, please bring them along. Any CT scans, X-rays, blood test or allergy test results, your list of medicines can be important and useful.
  • Make sure you have all important information regarding your dental treatment printed – the phone number of your patient representative, the address of your dental clinic in Budapest, the address of your hotel. Smartphones are a great addition to our lives but they tend to disappoint you in the most important minutes.
  • Hungary is located in the CET zone which means –1 hour compared to Greenwich Time. Don’t forget to reset your watch if necessary so you can get ready for your dentist appointments on time.
  • Make sure you are available on the phone during your entire stay. Your clinic may need to reach you to tell you important information regarding your treatment. If necessary, call your phone provider before you depart to make sure you are free to use your service internationally.
  • Even if you plan to discover Budapest’s best cultural programmes and restaurants, you should be flexible enough to be available for your dentist whenever necessary.
  • Always check your balance in case you plan to settle your payment by card. Each bank service works differently abroad, so it is worth giving them a call and ask about the conditions. Also, make sure your payment limit is adjusted to your expected expenses.
  • In case you wish to pay by cash, please note that we only accept Euros or British Pounds as cash payment. However, have some Hungarian forints for your everyday spending as Euros are not generally accepted in Hungary.
  • In case anything (including your flight details, accommodation preferences, medical conditions, etc.) changes at any point, please let your patient care representative know immediately. Your clinic staff also has to prepare for your arrival and the slightest change in the plan may require further actions from their side.

4 Easy Steps

Nothing is easier than to have your treatment at the Medicover Dental Clinic in 4 easy steps.

Here is how this process unfolds:

1. Contact us

2. Consultation in Budapest

3. Treatment in Budapest

4. Smile!

1. step : Contact us

At the first step of your dental tourism, contact us on any of the following methods:

Hungarian mobile: + 36 20 228 1902


Our English speaking dental tourism managers and our multilingual dental experts (English, German, Spanish, Russian, Romanian, Persian, Hebrew) are ready to answer all your questions regarding dental treatment in Hungary at Medicover Dental Clinic.

2. step : Consultation in Budapest

Take advantage of our “First Consultation” package to avoid additional costs related to your travel and accommodation!

If you decide to have your dental treatment at  Medicover Dental Clinic Hungary, we have a special offer for you! Our First Consultation package includes:

  • FREE airport – hotel – airport transfers
  • FREE digital panoramic x-ray
  • FREE consultation, quote and treatment plan

=> Click here to learn more

During the consultation, after examining you, a dentist or a dental surgeon discusses your treatment with your FREE panoramic radio in hand.

All your requests are taken into consideration. Our dental expert answers all your questions, prepares a detailed treatment plan and finally, a precise quote. The treatment plan includes all the treatments offered per stay, with a total fee for each stage.

3. step : Treatment in Budapest

Medicover Dental Clinic have negotiated special rates with a number of local Hotels. To benefit from these special rates, bookings need to be made through us.

=> Click here to consult the list of our partner hotels

Dental treatment usually requires you to make phased visits lasting between 3 to 12 days in Budapest. All the treatments will take place at our dental clinic, which is in the heart of Budapest.

The latest dental equipment, the selected materials and our experienced, well-trained dentists guarantee the high standard of our treatments.

Between your visits to the clinic whilst in Budapest, you will have plenty of time to explore the city at your leisure and enjoy all that it has to offer.

4. step : Smile !

After receiving your dental treatment with us, you do not have to do anything else, but be proud of your perfect smile!

=> Watch the video testimonials of our patients

Where to stay during your dental treatment?

With our partner hotels you can save even more while having treatment at Medicover Dental Clinic. We have a few suggestions for accommodation in different categories during your dental treatment, all are located near to our dental clinic.


  • Whether you plan to do some sightseeing, browse the shops or go out for a special meal, Hotel Erzsébet is a great starting point.
  • This modern, atmospheric hotel – occupying a recently pedestrianised street in the city centre – is popular among both business travellers and tourists exploring Budapest. It’s situated in the middle of bustling District 5, which is the capital’s business, commercial and cultural heartland. Váci utca, Budapest’s most famous shopping street, is only a few steps away, and it’s not much further to the Danube Promenade and the legendary Great Market Hall. This neighbourhood is full of sights to see, shops, cafés and excellent restaurants.
  • Numerous buses stop nearby, and the M3, M2 and M4 Metro lines are also within easy reach.


  • One of the capital’s newest hotels, the T62 Hotel, opened in an iconic building in the center of Budapest.
  • The 142 modern rooms offer refined comfort with cheerful colors and harmonious decoration: free WIFI; Individually adjustable temperature controller; Large smart TV; Laptop safe; Phone ; Opening windows; Shower; Cosmetic preparations for bathroom; Hair dryer.
  • The walls of the hall and the bar of the spacious atrium are dominated by wall arrangements reminiscent of the dynamic art of Frida Kahlo in an “urban art” style, giving a trendy and metropolitan touch to the last meeting place on the lively boulevard.
  • Reception and bar open 24 hours a day; 24 hour shop.
  • Many of the capital’s magnificent sites, including Saint Stephen’s Basilica, the Opera House and the Heroes’ Square, are a short walk from the T62 hotel.

Short introduction of Budapest

Budapest’s fascinatingly beautiful harmony is primarily due to its geographical location. In geographical descriptions, the Danube – Duna – should primarily mentioned, which crosses through the city from the north-to-south direction, separating the plain Pest from the hilly area of Buda.

The atmosphere of Buda is primarily determined by the Buda Hills.

Caste Hill has steep sides and flat top on which Buda Castle, the Matthias Church, and the Fishermen’s Bastion tower over the Danube is located.

Perhaps the most picturesque hill of the city is Gellért Hill, with its water fall, the St. Gellért statue and the Citadel, next to which the Liberation Monument attracts attention.

The spectacle is unforgettable, but very few places rival Budapest at night, when it is fully illuminated.

Beautiful Budapest is the venue of numerous congresses, international meetings, sport competitions and cultural events, with its developed infrastructure, elegant lines of shops and modern hotels, it is justifiably described as one of the most beautiful capitals of the world.

Széchenyi Bath

Thermal baths

Hungary abounds in medicinal waters. There are about 80 thermal springs in Budapest alone. Part of these springs was already utilized by the Romans and the Turks who built baths on the Buda side, which are still in use. The water of the springs contains dissolved minerals and salts, which are beneficiary in the treatment of various ailments. The most visited thermal baths are Gellért, Szechenyi, Lukacs and Rudas.


As a result of the continental climate, heat waves are frequent in the summer, while in the winter the temperature can reach -5 C. Describe the fact that the summer is the peak tourist season, the wonderful summer months can be extremely attractive for dental holiday – makers who are not too keen on heat, and  then ”Indian summer” at the end of October is also popular, which brings a lot of sunshine and pleasant, summery weather.

Hungarian specialities


May it be affordable street food, traditional kitchen or fine dining – Budapest is an excellent source of gastronomic pleasures even for the ones who are visiting the city to get dental treatment done. Similarly to the biggest European capitals – Budapest offers a large variety of dining options.

Tourists with a moderate budget will easily find the wide range of unique street food stands astonishing. The 5th, 6th and 7th districts are well known for their colourful variety of affordable, yet tasty and filling snacks you’ll not be able to find in any other corner of the world. In the past few years, many young startuppers decided to introduce entirely new meals to their customers including sausages in a crusty bread cone, deep fried dough balls with different flavoured sauces and bagel-like pastries stuffed with sweet or savoury fillings.

Budapest also offers fine dining options with 5 Michelin star restaurants for the ones with the most refined taste –and a thicker wallet. For the ones who seek the true and authentic Hungarian dishes, we recommend to visit one of the many traditional restaurants in Budapest where they can try the well-known Hungarian goulash, fisherman’s soup or a tasty beef stew with dumplings together with some good quality red wine.


Once you have made your reservations for your dental holiday in Budapest, make sure to fill your diary up with some cultural programmes. Wonder around in the National Gallery in the Castle area or the Museum of fine arts if you are a fan of classical artwork, or discover the permanent exhibition at the Ludwig Museum for its contemporary masterwork collection. Book a ticket to the Opera House to enjoy some classical music or a ballet performance or visit the Palace of Arts for a good jazz concert to celebrate the excellent outcome of your dental treatment.

If you are a fan of smaller galleries of modern art, we highly recommend to take a walk along Bartók Béla Rd from Szt. Gellért Sq. to Móricz Zsigmond Sq and see if you can find something there to fit your taste.

The Museum of Applied Arts offers not only a large collection to enjoy, but the building itself is a pleasure to just look at.

Buda Castle
Budapest Opera House

Night Life

Starting with the late 2000’s, Budapest slowly started to become the beating heart of Central Europe night life. When the night falls, the city, especially the 5th, 6th and 7th districts, transforms into a socialite’s heaven with the countless numbers of pubs, wine bars, craft beer bars and dance clubs. From spring to autumn, hundreds of open-air venues are welcoming guests from all corners of the world and the streets are filled with cheerful tourists and local people enjoying their time with affordable drinks in an unforgettable atmosphere.

Budapest is well known for its so-called ‘ruin bars’. The trend of creating a creatively designed pub inside abandoned old buildings started about 10 years ago and hasn’t stopped ever since. The charming retro décor creates an atmosphere so unique no one will ever forget.

Budapest view
Széchenyi Bath


The current image of Budapest shows a very diverse architectural profile, representing the various influences throughout the centuries. There aren’t many more cities where one can easily find ruins from the Roman era as well as renessaince, or classicist buildings.

It is well worth visiting the National Museum on Múzeum Körút. or the Lutheran Church at Deák Ferenc Sq. if you are a classicism-enthusiast. For baroque-lovers the Royal Palace or the famous Széchenyi Bath may be a visual treat for long hours. The Budapest Zoo, the above mentioned Museum of applied arts and the Academy of Music are beautiful examples of the Art-Noveau style, while Király and Rudas Baths are memorials of the Ottoman Turkish invasion of Hungary during the 16th-17th centuries.

During your stay, make sure not to miss a nice long walk on the riverbank to see the famous view of the most beautiful bridges you will find in Europe. There are numerous guided walking tours to help you experience the true beauty of the city in its fullness.


Unlike many other European cities, Budapest is one of the most affordable places you can spend some time in. It is not only the affordable dental treatments that is a good reason to visit this city for.

If you are a shopping-enthusiast, you’ll find this place a paradise to stuff your suitcases – or maybe even to buy bigger ones for your way back home. We highly recommend you to visit the Central Market at the Pest side of Szabadság bridge where you can buy some typical Hungarian spices, bottles of good quality wine or pieces of folk art. This vibrating place is also a good one to buy your daily fruit or even to have a nice lunch at. The nearby Váci street is a great source of Hungarian souvenirs for your friends & family. If you’d like to refresh your wardrobe, you should try some small second-hand stores for lovely clothes and accessories for the fracture of their original value. If you are having some cosmetic dental treatment done with us, boost the result by getting a nice new haircut for a really affordable price – just make sure to be available for your dentist appointment!

If you’d like to read more about Budapest, feel free to visit which can be your best source of information during your stay.

About Hungary

What shall I know about this small country in the heart of Europe? Before visiting Hungary, you may wish to know more about the centre of European dental tourism. Below you’ll find some interesting information you’ll find useful when you’re planning how you will spend your time here.


The stunning capital of Hungary is a must-see for every traveller once in a lifetime. Budapest is deemed to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its diverse geographical features, the spectacular bridges crossing the river Danube and its vibrating atmosphere. There are cultural events and festivals throughout the year at various points of the city not to mention more than 120 thermal baths or the exciting food markets.


The biggest lake in Central Europe is not only popular amongst Hungarians. Each year, thousands of visitors spend their annual holidays in one of the tourist-centered villages enjoying the hot Hungarian summer, leisure and sport activities this area of Hungary is known for. The best time to visit this area of Hungary is indeed summer, from late spring to early autumn it is a great destination to spend a few days at. Balaton is easily accessible from Budapest by car, coach or rail and you can’t get enough of it in a lifetime.

Wine regions

Ever tried the Bull’s Blood of Eger? Well, if you are a fan of quality wine, you can sign up to a wine tasting tour to get more familiar with Hungary’s five large wine regions, enjoy their products and maybe even take a bottle or two home. The traditions of wine making date back to the Roman times, so Hungarian wine culture became a national heritage every Hungarian is proud of. As a refresher, you may try different varieties of wine mixed with sparkling water.


For those more interested in the active ways of relaxation, we recommend checking out the oldest walking path in Europe. With its total length of 1130 km, this path is called the National Blue Trail. The tour is divided into several shorter sections which you can take individually if you’d like to discover wonderful villages, medieval ruins or even spent volcanos along your journey. The tour is accessible for the public free of charge.


May it be craft beer, cheese, sausage, chocolate, wine, pumpkin, chestnut or fish soup – Hungary has a festival dedicated to literally everything. Smaller venues are taking place every day in and outside the capital, but the real festival high-season begins in May. Until late September, large music festivals are being held countrywide with the biggest one still being the famous Sziget Fesztivál in Budapest.


Fancy some traditional Hungarian goulash? Hungry for a rich hot plate of stuffed cabbage? Hungarian meals are rich in flavour, spices and –let’s be honest- often in fat too. But once you’re here, you must make sure you don’t miss out these iconic dishes. A pack of good quality paprika is a great souvenir you can take home or just use yourself for preparing authentic Hungarian meals at home. These pleasures are not necessarily guilt-free, but why not enjoy a slice of Dobos cake after an entire day of sightseeing?

Folk culture

Did you know you don’t need to book concert tickets to enjoy Hungarian folk music? It is quite common to listen to live musicians while enjoying a delicious meal for dinner in one of the famous Hungarian restaurants. These bands are usually performing mainly traditional instrumental peasant music, folk songs, and military recruitment songs from the 19thcentury. The music genres range from heart-warming songs to tight rhythm dances so there is a good song for any occasion.

Folk art

When walking on the most frequented streets on any bigger Hungarian city, one can find various pieces of clothing, drapery or ceramics with a rich colourful floral decoration. If you love folk art, you’ll surely fall in love with this so-called ‘kalocsa pattern’. You may wish to discover other varieties of Hungarian folk art at the Museum of Ethnography that is located right in front of the Parliament building in Budapest where you can purchase authentic pieces of folk art at reasonable costs.

Flights to Budapest, Hungary

Traveling to Budapest for your treatment couldn’t be easier: a variety of low priced airlines are flying to Budapest every day.

Click on the logo of the preferred airline to check its timetable and prices to Budapest:

Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport was completely rebuilt and renovated a few years ago to make your waiting time as pleasant as possible. SkyCourt, the transit hall between Terminal 2A and 2B, offers a wide variety of restaurants and shops to spend your time comfortably until the boarding.

The Duty Free area offers local wines, spirits, cigarettes, local culinary specialties, luxury perfumes and cosmetic products, jewelry and handmade leather goods. Also international brands have stores around SkyCourt: Michal Negrin, Desigual, Hugo Boss , Guess / Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Hard Rock Airport Shop, Victoria’s Secret, Playersroom, Freywille, and Swarovski brands. Don’t forget to buy a souvenir in the Herend porcelain store and try a pastry at Gundel Bistro, a subsidiary of the famous Hungarian haute cuisine house. On the SkyCourt mezzanine, you can choose from a variety of bars, cafes, self-service restaurants and restaurants: Costa Café, Burger King, KFC, Hippopotamus restaurant, Leroy Bistro.


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