Dr Dzvonyár graduated in medicine at Semmelweis University in Budapest, before completing a specialization in ophthalmology in 1991. At the same time, he also worked at the Medical Training University (OTE) Eye Clinic, before working at the OTE as a teaching assistant. In recent years, he has worked as a specialist at several different clinics and for the Hungarian National Institute of Sports Health. In his work, Dr Dzvonyár places particular importance on doctor-patient communication and openness, in order to ensure that the patient is able to fully understand their issue and follow the prescribed/recommended treatment, advice and medication.
He believe it is essential for patience to understand even the most simple complaints. This is especially true when it comes to ophthalmology, as even the most minor symptoms can later lead to much larger issues.
Dr Dzvonyár speaks intermediate English and can also receive patients in Russian.
He enjoys sport, and was a competitive swimmer from 1968 to 1995. Dr Dzvonyár swam for the Hungarian national team, and his best result was placing fifth at the Moscow Olympics in the 100m breast stroke. In his free time, Dr Dzvonyár enjoys exploring the world of cars, reading and taking photos.