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Dental crown prices in hungary

To reduce the price of dental crowns, many dentists send their patients’ impressions to China or India. The finished crowns are then returned to the dentists by courier, enabling the dentists to offer cheaper crowns.

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Phone_number_Helvetic_ClinicsAt Helvetic Clinics, we manufacture all our dental crowns in Hungary, in the prosthetics lab located just above the clinic Budapest. This not only allows us to shorten lead times and make adjustments quickly but also guarantees quality.


Dental crown prices depend on several factors:

  • The crown material (porcelain fused to metal, zirconia, Emax).
  • The dentist’s reputation.
  • The reputation of the prosthetics lab.
  • The location of the lab producing the crown.

Listed below are the average prices of dental crowns in various European countries

UK (all-inclusive)

  • Porcelain fused to metal dental crown price in the UK: from 450 £ to 600 £
  • Zirconia dental crown price in the UK : from 900 £ to 1200 £
  • Emax dental crown price in The UK: from 1200 £ to 1600 £

France (all-inclusive)

  • Porcelain fused to metal dental crown price in France: from 500 € to 700 €
  • Zirconia dental crown price in France: from 700 € to 900 euros €
  • Emax dental crown price in France: from 900 € to 1300 €

Belgium (all-inclusive)

  • Porcelain fused to metal dental crown price in Belgium: from 400 € to 550 €
  • Zirconia dental crown price in Belgium: from 650 € to 800 €
  • Emax dental crown price in Belgium: from 800 € to 1200 €


Switzerland (all-inclusive)

  • Porcelain fused to metal dental crown price in Switzerland: from 800 CHF to 1200 CHF
  • Zirconia dental crown price in Switzerland: from 1100 CHF to 2000 CHF
  • Emax dental crown price in Switzerland: from 1600 CHF to 2500 CHF

Hungary (all-inclusive)

  • Porcelain fused to metal dental crown price in Hungary: from 250 € to 450 €
  • Zirconia dental crown price in Hungary: from 400 € to 500 €
  • Emax dental crown price in Hungary: from 450 € to 550 €

Helvetic Clinics QualityAt Helvetic Clinics, our fixed prices are all-inclusive.

You won’t have to pay anything extra for anesthesia or other possible costs. Whether affixed to a dental implant or a natural tooth, our dental crowns run as follows:

  • 249 £ for a ceramic-metallic crown
  • 396 £ for a zirconia crown
  • 430 £ for an Emax crown

Dental Crowns In Hungary

A dental crown can be made of metal, chromium-cobalt, or nickel chromium porcelain. The dental crowns that are actually used today are either porcelain fused to metal crowns or porcelain crowns (also called full porcelain).

When it comes to porcelains (the latter category) there are different levels of quality.

At Helvetic Dental Clinics, we use the best materials in the field of dental porcelains, which is Zirconium or E-max crowns.

Porcelain fused to metal Crowns

As the name suggests, the porcelain fused to metal crowns, also known as PFM (porcelain fused to metal), have a metal base that is covered with porcelain. The metal, in this case, is not visible. The primary benefit of porcelain fused to metal crown is the price, that is cheaper than a full porcelain crown.

Phone_number_Helvetic_ClinicsThe second advantage of the PFM crown is the quality. You will never encounter problems with regards to the durability of this type of crown. However, there is one drawback: over time (2-5 years) and depending on the individual, gums will have a tendency to recede.


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If this were the case, it would reveal the base of the porcelain fused to metal crown. As there is metal underneath the porcelain, a light gray line can present an undesired esthetic effect.


Zirconia crowns

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The Zirconium or Zirconia crown does not contain any grey metal. So, unlike the PFM, you will not see the exposed base if the gums recede.

In this case, at least from a cosmetic standpoint, the Zirconium crown has a clear advantage over the porcelain fused to metal crown. The only drawback is the price, as it is more expensive than the porcelain fused to metal crown.

E-max Crown

The E-max dental crown is considered the best option in today’s market. The only drawback is the price, which is even higher that the Zirconium crown.

Whether it’s for veneers, crowns, or bridges, E-max offers a transparent colour and a durability that is unparalleled. Truely, no other dental crowns can compete with the E-max crown.

It is an all-porcelain translucent crown with an attractive color and it has the highest level of strength and durability. The crown is made from a single block of porcelain lithium disilicate, which is a material selected for its superior hardness and stability, making it a very popular product.

Phone_number_Helvetic_ClinicsThe E-max dental crown is considered to be an important milestone in terms of technology advancement in modern dentistry. The porcelain crown glass is hard and durable but at the same time, delicate in its appearance.

In today’s market, this type of dental crown is considered as the best choice in terms of achieving a seamless match with the existing teeth.

The transparent color and realistic form make Emax crowns indistinguishable from one’s own teeth.

Why we avoid the use of Procera

We recognize that Procera is a product on the market, but we do not advise it. Procera is a trademark of ceramics which is used in the industry and advocates the hardness of the crown in comparison to other dental crowns. The scientific study conducted by the University of Saskatchewan in Canada compares three dental crowns: the E-max, PFM crown, and the all-ceramic Procera crown.

The study notes that the E-max crowns are strong and durable and are unlikely to crack or fracture in comparison to many other types of dental crowns. They are also less susceptible to chipping and cracking. You can read the study here.

Placing a Crown in Budapest

A crown can be placed on either a living or dead tooth.

Types of crowns: Your dentist in Budapest will typically let you know what the options are so that you can choose.

Tooth preparation: If the root of the tooth is intact but the visible part of the tooth no longer exists, it is necessary to have a root canal treatment and use a post that screws into the root. Once the post is in place, the dentist will place the crown on it.

If the tooth above the root exists, it may not be necessary to have the root canal treated. In this case, our dental clinic will prepare the tooth by grinding it a little, taking an impression, and then our dentist will place the crown directly onto the tooth without the use of a post.

Crown on dental implant

A crown may be placed on an implant or, if the tooth allows it, directly onto the tooth itself. However, if an extraction is necessary, then your dentist may prefer to insert the implant after a four to six months healing period, depending on the quality of your bone before covering it with a dental crown.

Phone_number_Helvetic_ClinicsDuring this time, there is typically an empty space where the implant was inserted. It is also the case if a crown is placed on an existing tooth. During the period of time the laboratory needs to prepare the crown, there will be an empty space between the teeth.

If the tooth in question is in the back of the mouth, it is possible to live with a missing tooth while waiting for the crown placement. Naturally, if the space is located on the front teeth, the patient will not remain toothless throughout this process. Therefore, we’ll make temporary crowns that will fill the gap until the final crown is ready.

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Duration of a crown

The lifetime of a dental crown varies considerably. With good upkeep and if the patient maintains impeccable hygiene, it can last anywhere between 20-30 years, and sometimes a lifetime. Important elements affecting the durability of a crown depend on the quality of the dentist, the dental technician, and the quality of materials used.

What is a dental crown and why might I need one?

A dental crown is a prosthetic cap that completely covers a damaged or decayed tooth. It helps restore the function and aesthetics of the tooth. You might need a dental crown if you have:

A decayed tooth that cannot be restored with a filling

A fractured or broken tooth

A worn-down tooth

A discolored tooth

A dental implant

What materials are used in Hungary for dental crowns?

At Helvetic Clinics, dental crowns are made from various materials, including:

Porcelain-fused-to-metal: These crowns are more aesthetic than metal crowns and can be used for both front and back teeth.

Zirconia: Zirconia is a biocompatible and aesthetic material used for crowns.

E.max ceramic: This is a highly aesthetic and durable material used for dental crowns.

The choice of material will depend on your needs and budget. The dentists at Helvetic Clinics Hungary will help you choose the most suitable material for your situation.

How does the cost of dental crowns in Hungary compare to other countries?

The price of dental crowns in Hungary is generally 60% to 70% cheaper than in the United Kingdom.

Price of a porcelain-fused-to-metal crown at our Budapest dental clinic: £249

Price of a zirconia crown in our dental clinic in Budapest: £ 396

Price of an E.max ceramic crown in Helvetic Clinics : £ 430

Price of temporary crown £17

What are the benefits of getting dental crowns in Hungary?

Affordable cost

Quality of care

Quick treatment times

Modern technology

Guarantees on dental treatments

Personalized support

How can I take care of my dental crowns after they are placed in Hungary?

To take care of your dental crowns after placement in Hungary, you should:

Brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.

Use dental floss daily.

Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and dental cleanings.

What is the experience and qualification of dentists performing dental crown procedures in Hungary?

The dentists at Helvetic Clinics are all highly qualified and experienced. They are also members of the Hungarian Dental Association and international dental societies. Helvetic Clinics prides itself on a team of professionals dedicated to providing high-quality dental care.

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