Dental medicine

Modern Dentistry

Competence is the prequisite for predictability in complex situations. All our dentists performed multi-annual postgraduate studies with regard to the planning and implementation of complex treatment protocols.

Modern Dentistry

Competence is the prequisite for predictability in complex situations. All our dentists performed multi-annual postgraduate studies with regard to the planning and implementation of complex treatment protocols.

Mikroskopische Wurzelkanalbehandlungen

Root canal treatment

A root canal treatment is necessary in the cases of inflamed or even necrotic pulpa. The cause of this is bacteria entering the pulpa through tooth decay or an accident affecting the teeth. The infection hurts, the patient has trouble chewing and a hot/cold sensitivity – still, in some cases the inflammation even remains undiscovered. A root canal treatment is the final attempt to save the diseased teeth. During the root canal treatment the inflamed pulpa will be removed, the resulting cavity is disinfected and tightly sealed afterwards. Using the latest technology this treatment is highly successful.

Further information about endodontology ▸

Implantology

Healthy teeth and a closed dental arch are attractive. They are as important to managing everyday tasks such as speaking, eating, laughing and kissing, as they are for the patient’s general health. The loss of one or a number of teeth might interfere with all of the aforementioned abilities. If you have lost your own teeth or the fate of losing your teeth is imminent, we can help you. With the help of modern dental implantology you can regain lost quality of life. Fast, gentle and long-lasting.

Further information about implantology ▸

Esthetic Dentistry

An esthetic appearance and the harmonic integration of your teeth into your face are associated with numerous positive characteristics. Beautiful teeth for example can signalise luck, success and self-confidence. In addition, nice and healthy teeth will provide you with well-being and self-assurance in dealing with other people and every-day life.
With modern treatment methods, this is achievable for everyone today.

Further information about esthetic dentistry ▸

Restorative dentistry

By using computer-aided procedures it is possible to produce dental prostheses quickly and precisely. An optical impression of the teeth is made which serves as the base for the 3D-planning. Following this, the prosthesis is cut out of a block of hard ceramics. Due to the quick production process it is possible to fit the prosthesis the very same day.

Further information about restorative dentistry ▸

Complex treatment cases

Complicated treatment cases require expertise in different areas of dentistry such as esthetics, orthodontics, implantology, parodontology and prosthodontics. Since we combine these skills and cooperate in an interdisciplinary way within our own office we are able to guarantee our patients the very best results even in complex cases.

Further information about complex treatment cases ▸

Professional dental hygiene

To support our patients’ oral health we developed a prevention concept which specifically supports our patients according to their individual risk and needs. Even after finishing treatment we will supporting our patients  professionally to preserve the long-term therapy success.

Further information about professional dental hygiene ▸

Parodontitis

Parodontitis is an inflammatory illness of the periodontal apparatus, the so called periodontium, which can lead to a loosening of the teeth and – in the worst cases – even to the loss of them.

Further information about periodontology ▸

Restorative dentistry

By using computer-aided procedures it is possible to produce dental prostheses quickly and precisely. An optical impression of the teeth is made which serves as the base for the 3D-planning. Following this, the prosthesis is cut out of a block of hard ceramics. Due to the quick production process it is possible to fit the prosthesis the very same day.

Further information about restorative dentistry ▸

Esthetic Dentistry

An esthetic appearance and the harmonic integration of your teeth into your face are associated with numerous positive characteristics. Beautiful teeth for example can signalise luck, success and self-confidence. In addition, nice and healthy teeth will provide you with well-being and self-assurance in dealing with other people and every-day life.
With modern treatment methods, this is achievable for everyone today.

Further information about esthetic dentistry ▸

Implantology

Healthy teeth and a closed dental arch are attractive. They are as important to managing everyday tasks such as speaking, eating, laughing and kissing, as they are for the patient’s general health. The loss of one or a number of teeth might interfere with all of the aforementioned abilities. If you have lost your own teeth or the fate of losing your teeth is imminent, we can help you. With the help of modern dental implantology you can regain lost quality of life. Fast, gentle and long-lasting.

Further information about implantology ▸

Mikroskopische Wurzelkanalbehandlungen

Root canal treatment

A root canal treatment is necessary in the cases of inflamed or even necrotic pulpa. The cause of this is bacteria entering the pulpa through tooth decay or an accident affecting the teeth. The infection hurts, the patient has trouble chewing and a hot/cold sensitivity – still, in some cases the inflammation even remains undiscovered. A root canal treatment is the final attempt to save the diseased teeth. During the root canal treatment the inflamed pulpa will be removed, the resulting cavity is disinfected and tightly sealed afterwards. Using the latest technology this treatment is highly successful.

Further information about endodontology ▸

Complex treatment cases

Complicated treatment cases require expertise in different areas of dentistry such as esthetics, orthodontics, implantology, parodontology and prosthodontics. Since we combine these skills and cooperate in an interdisciplinary way within our own office we are able to guarantee our patients the very best results even in complex cases.

Further information about complex treatment cases ▸

Professional dental hygiene

To support our patients’ oral health we developed a prevention concept which specifically supports our patients according to their individual risk and needs. Even after finishing treatment we will supporting our patients  professionally to preserve the long-term therapy success.

Further information about professional dental hygiene ▸

Parodontitis

Parodontitis is an inflammatory illness of the periodontal apparatus, the so called periodontium, which can lead to a loosening of the teeth and – in the worst cases – even to the loss of them.

Further information about periodontology ▸

Dr Domonkos Horvath

Dr. Domonkos Horvath

Dentist

Dr. Domonkos Horvath studied dental medicine at Freiburg University. After completing his doctorate he spent 4 years doing postgraduate training with his focus on restorative dentistry at the Academy of Dental Training in Karlsruhe.
In the past decades, Dr. Horvath has been developing innovative products and new treatment techniques in the medical and dental field parallel to his activities as a dentist. This work has led to several patents and international cooperation with universities, scientific institutes and companies.

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Dr Sebastian Horvath

Dr. Sebastian Horvath

Dentist, Specialist for Prosthodontics (DGPro)

After completing three years of further education at the Department of Prosthodontics, University Hospital Freiburg, Dr. Sebastian Horvath was appointed as specialist for prosthodontics in the German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro). Additional to his practical work in the field, Dr. Sebastian Horvath is an appointed Adjunct Assistant Professor of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and contributes to several scientific projects in esthetic and reconstructive dental medicine. In 2012 he was honored with the “Young Esthetics Award” by the German Association for Esthetic Dentistry (DGÄZ). He is the author of numerous scientific publications and a consultant for restorative dentistry and implantology.

For further information ▸

Dr Domonkos Horvath

Dr. Domonkos Horvath

Dentist

Dr. Domonkos Horvath studied dental medicine at Freiburg University. After completing his doctorate he spent 4 years doing postgraduate training with his focus on restorative dentistry at the Academy of Dental Training in Karlsruhe.
In the past decades, Dr. Horvath has been developing innovative products and new treatment techniques in the medical and dental field parallel to his activities as a dentist. This work has led to several patents and international cooperation with universities, scientific institutes and companies.

For further information ▸

Dr Sebastian Horvath

Dr. Sebastian Horvath

Dentist, Specialist for Prosthodontics (DGPro)

After completing three years of further education at the Department of Prosthodontics, University Hospital Freiburg, Dr. Sebastian Horvath was appointed as specialist for prosthodontics in the German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro). Additional to his practical work in the field, Dr. Sebastian Horvath is an appointed Adjunct Assistant Professor of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania (USA) and contributes to several scientific projects in esthetic and reconstructive dental medicine. In 2012 he was honored with the “Young Esthetics Award” by the German Association for Esthetic Dentistry (DGÄZ). He is the author of numerous scientific publications and a consultant for restorative dentistry and implantology.

For further information ▸

Sequence of complex treatments

Complicated treatment cases require expertise in different areas of dentistry such as esthetics, orthodontics, implantology, parodontology and prosthodontics. Since we combine these skills and cooperate in an interdisciplinary way within our own office we are able to guarantee our patients the very best results even in complex cases.

Diagnostics

 Thorough clinical examination and enquiry of the patient’s individual wishes and desires.

Planning

In addition to the current literature, our long experience in complex cases builds the foundation for the individual treatment planning process.

Consultation

Extensive consultation in which we take time in order to explain the advantages and disadvantages of different treatment options.

Treatment

Modern treatment methods are promptly integrated into our office.

Long-term success

After conclusion of the treatment an individual recall-program is developed that takes individual risks into account.

Interdisciplinary treatment case with Invisalign and veneers

Treatment result in a patient whose too small teeth were at first moved to their correct positions using invisible orthodontic splints (Invisalign). Subsequently, the teeth were widened using all-ceramic veneers.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Complex treatment case

Treatment sequence of a complex treatment case. Initially the old insufficient restorations were replaced. This was followed by the placement of long-term provisional restorations in order to test-drive the future situation over a longer period of time. Parallel to this missing teeth were replaced with implants. The final reconstruction was performed using full-ceramic single restorations.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Replacement of a missing upper molar

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a missing upper first molar with an implant-supported crown. At the beginning of the treatment the available bone volume was analyzed using a three-dimensional x-ray (cone beam computed tomography, CBCT). The ideal implant position was planned on the computer prior to the surgery. This allowed for a predictable and minimally invasive placement of the implant. As the bone volume was limited towards the maxillary sinus, a minimally invasive bone graft was performed in the same surgery. After a healing period of three months the final full-ceramic implant-supported crown was fabricated.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Computer-based reconstruction in a single session

Treatment result after the computer based fabrication of a ceramic restoration on the lower right first molar. The treatment was performed using the CEREC-system in a single appointment.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Interdisciplinary treatment case with Invisalign and veneers

Treatment result in a patient whose too small teeth were at first moved to their correct positions using invisible orthodontic splints (Invisalign). Subsequently, the teeth were widened using all-ceramic veneers.

Complex treatment case

Treatment sequence of a complex treatment case. Initially the old insufficient restorations were replaced. This was followed by the placement of long-term provisional restorations in order to test-drive the future situation over a longer period of time. Parallel to this missing teeth were replaced with implants. The final reconstruction was performed using full-ceramic single restorations.

Replacement of a missing upper molar

Treatment sequence for the replacement of a missing upper first molar with an implant-supported crown. At the beginning of the treatment the available bone volume was analyzed using a three-dimensional x-ray (cone beam computed tomography, CBCT). The ideal implant position was planned on the computer prior to the surgery. This allowed for a predictable and minimally invasive placement of the implant. As the bone volume was limited towards the maxillary sinus, a minimally invasive bone graft was performed in the same surgery. After a healing period of three months the final full-ceramic implant-supported crown was fabricated.

Computer-based reconstruction in a single session

Treatment result after the computer based fabrication of a ceramic restoration on the lower right first molar. The treatment was performed using the CEREC-system in a single appointment.

All cases depicted on our website were completely treated in our office. The pictures are protected by copyright law. The use use of any images is forbidden and will be prosecuted, especially in the case of copying.

Our office is located in the Bahnofstraße 24 in 79798 Jestetten, only about 5 kilometres away from the Swiss border. You can reach the practice within 20 minutes from Zurich Airport. The practice Dres. Horvath is situated directly opposite Jestetten station on the SBB line between Schaffhausen and Zurich. Time table information SBB ▸

Dental Clinic

Dr. Nicole Horvath
Orthodontist
Dr. Sebastian Horvath
Dentist
Prosthodontist (DGPro)
Dr. Domonkos Horvath
Dentist

Office hours

We are there for you during
the following office hours:

Monday: 07:30 - 15:30
Tuesday: 07:30 - 15:30
Wednesday: 10:30 - 18:30
Thursday: 07:30 - 15:30
Friday: 07:30 - 15:30

Contact information

Bahnhofstrasse 24
79798 Jestetten
Germany

Phone: +49 7745 7211
Email: kontakt@drhorvath.de
Website: www.drhorvath.de

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Information on dental emergency service, please contact the Deutsches Rotes Kreuz in Waldshut at the telephone number: +49 1803 222555-30

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Praxisbetrieb während der Coronakrise

Dr. Horvath – Zahnarzt Jestetten
Stand: 19. März 2020

Wie wir auf COVID-19 reagieren

Informationen zum neuartigen Coronavirus

Liebe Patientinnen und Patienten,

Die Welt, und insbesondere Europa, stehen vor einer Herausforderung die es seit Generationen nicht gegeben hat. Unsere Gedanken sind bei den schwer betroffenen Patienten weltweit.

Wir begegnen dieser Gesundheitskrise mit gebotener Sorgfalt und Respekt, aber auch Ruhe und Professionalität. Wir beobachten und beurteilen die Lage zum Coronavirus, insbesondere in der Grenzregion und im Großraum Zürich, sehr genau. Hierzu stehen wir mit den zuständigen Behörden im persönlichen Kontakt.

Als Teil der öffentlichen Grundversorgung werden wir unserer Verantwortung gerecht werden. Wir werden den Praxisbetrieb aufrecht erhalten. Derzeit bestehen Einschränkungen der Reisefreiheit und es ist das Ziel eine Weiterverbreitung des Virus durch eine Minimierung persönlicher Kontakte zu erreichen. Deshalb haben wir uns entschlossen unser Behandlungsspektrum auf medizinisch notwendige Behandlungen zu reduzieren. Dies gilt vorerst bis zum 20. April 2020. Alle Termine im Zeitraum danach bleiben wie geplant bestehen.

Als Teil der einschränkenden Maßnahmen („Lockdown“ und „Grenzschließung“) ist derzeit der Grenzverkehr zwischen Deutschland und der Schweiz eingeschränkt. Diese Einschränkung bezieht sich auf touristische Reisen oder zum Einkaufen. Soweit ein Grenzübertritt triftig begründet ist, ist dieser möglich.

Trotz der Entbehrungen blicken wir aber dennoch positiv in die Zukunft. Gemeinsam werden wir diese Krise überstehen und es folgen wieder bessere Zeiten. Wir freuen uns darauf mit Ihnen dann wieder gemeinsam zu Lachen.

Bleiben Sie gesund.

Ihr Praxisteam & Familie Horvath

Was können Sie tun um sich zu schützen

Wie bei Influenza und anderen akuten Atemwegsinfektionen schützen die Hust- und Niesregeln, gute Händehygiene sowie Abstand zu Erkrankten (ca. 1 bis 2 Meter) auch vor einer Übertragung des neuen Coronavirus. Auch aufs Händeschütteln sollte verzichtet werden. Generell sollten Menschen, die Atemwegssymptome haben nach Möglichkeit zu Hause bleiben.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auf https://www.infektionsschutz.de/

Kostenfreie Videoberatung

Da die Bewegungsfreiheit derzeit generell stark eingeschränkt ist haben wir die Möglichkeit geschaffen, dass Sie mit unseren Ärzten kostenfrei per Video Kontakt aufnehmen können. Sollten Sie ein akutes Problem, eine Frage oder Informationen zu möglichen Behandlungen benötigen kontaktieren Sie uns bitte. Wir werden dann umgehend einen Termin für die kostenfreie Videoberatung vereinbaren.

Der Praxisbetrieb wird bei uns weiterhin aufrecht erhalten, jedoch haben wir unser Behandlungsspektrum bis zum 19. April auf medizinisch notwendige Behandlungen reduziert. Der Grenzübertritt für eine nötige Behandlung ist ebenfalls weiterhin möglich. Sollten Sie einen Termin haben senden wir Ihnen eine separate Terminbestätigung, die die medizinische Notwendigkeit dokumentiert. Auch halten wir Sie persönlich über die aktuelle Situation auf dem Laufenden.