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Dental services

During your first, free consultation we prepare for you a treatment and a cost plan based on the results of the X-ray.  We offer the following treatments:

Enquiry

Feel free to contact us if you need any kind of advise or you would like to ask for an offer for your dental problem. Do not hesitate to contact us with confidence!

Accomodation

If you need accommodation let us recommend you the Apartment Müller. Our apartment is close to the dental surgery room, so it is ideal for your..

Between two treatments

If you decide to combine your dental treatment period with leisure activities we recommend you the following freetime activities in and around Hévíz..

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Welcome to the Home Page of Müller-Dental dentistry!

Let me introduce myself I am Dr. Matthias Müller and I was born in Germany. I obtained my dentist degree in 1980 at the Semmelweis University (SOTE) in Budapest.  

Since my qualification exam I manage my private praxis in my own dental surgery in Hévíz. It is extremely important for me to offer my patients the most recent and up-to-date methods during my treatments that is why I take part in various high-standard trainings.

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Lexicon
What is a telescopic denture?

The telescopic crown, also known as the German crown, is one of the most used dental procedures in Germany even now and these dentures are mostly made in Germany as well. When there are only a few teeth left in the jaw, they are drilled down and they get a dual coverage, two crowns perfectly fitting on each other, the so-called primary and secondary crown. The primary crown is cemented on the prepped tooth, while the secondary crown (dental alloy) is slipping over the primary one maintaining the bridge and keeping the prosthesis in the mouth. More ›