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Current Covid Rules

Access to the University Clinic of Dentistry in Vienna the 2,5G rule (Geimpft/Genesen/PCR Getestet = vaccinated/recovered from covid/PCR tested) applies. NO antigen tests! This also applies to children from the age of 12.

Together with your ID-card you have to bring either:
(i) a valid covid vaccination certificate
(ii) a valid covid PCR test not older than 48 hours
(iii) a proof of covid recovery not older than 6 months

Children 6-11 years 3G rule (antigen 24 hours or PCR test max 48 hours)

As of Dec 15, 2021: One companion 2,5G only for the infirm, minors and interpreters.

The wearing of FFP2 face masks is mandatory for patients and accompanying persons.

All fields under one roof

Univ. Prof. DDr. Andreas Moritz
Univ. Prof. DDr. Andreas Moritz Head

The University Clinic of Dentistry Vienna, a subsidiary of the Medical University of Vienna, is one of the largest and most modern dentistry schools in Europe with around 400 employees. After a seven-year renovation phase, the premises manage to blend the old and the new in an outstanding way.

Our specialised dentists provide excellent care according to the tenets of modern dentistry because they benefit from the newest research results and technological advances. The newest insights in the field are transmitted through lectures, conventions, international meetings and further education. This has an impact on our work, which in turn benefits all patients.
It is our aim to always keep the quality level of our training up-to-date and expand it further for the well-being of our patients.
The three pillars of our academic work are especially important to us: Patient care, teaching and research.

Dentistry 4.0

June 2 - 3, 2023 International, Interdisciplinary Conference of Innovative Technologies in Dentistry Dentistry 4.0
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