Prices & Payment Plans Prices & Payment Plans
Our patients have the option to choose between three different types of payment plans. For more information about the payment options, please call the reception, or drop in to the clinic to chat to one of our staff members, who will be happy to help you find the payment plan that best suits you.
1. Pay As You Go
Patients can pay for any treatments done during their appointment on the day of the appointment.
It is up to you how many treatments you choose to have done in one appointment, and you can book as many appointments as you need to complete the treatments recommended by the dentist on your treatment plan.
We accept cash and card payments, Hungarian Dental Clinic Gift Vouchers, and Shop LK Gift Vouchers.
FlexiFi is a fast and simple personal finance option which allows you to pay for your treatments in instalments over a term chosen by you. If you are interested in choosing this payment option, you can contact our reception for more information about how to apply for FlexiFi finance. Please note we ask our patients to apply for FlexiFi in advance of beginning your treatment, as it can take a few days to be approved. Click here for the FlexiFi Application form.
Patients can choose to pay deposits for a treatment in instalments.
Deposits can be paid over a period of time before beginning your treatment.
It is up to you how much you would like to pay per deposit. Once 75% of the treatment price is paid off in deposits, you can begin the treatment, and payment of the remaining balance will be due on the day of the treatment.
If you would like to set up a deposit payment plan, please contact our reception.
Examination, diagnosis and treatment plan €30.00
Small x-ray €20.00
Large x-ray (OPG) €40.00
Routine €60.00 – €100.00
Surgical €150.00 – €250.00
Scale and Polish €45.00
Air-Flow Polish €45.00
White Composite €60.00 – €120.00
Root Canal Treatment €220.00 – €360.00
Core/post preparation €100.00
Acrylic-base (Per Jaw) €500.00
Metal-base (Per Jaw) €750.00
Dental health is also interlinked with general health -so some simple tips are as follows.
Good oral and dental hygiene can help prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease and can help you keep your teeth as you get older. Practice good oral hygiene. Brush teeth thoroughly twice a day and floss daily between the teeth to remove dental plaque. Visit your Dentist at least twice a year for a dental health check.