The many years of experience of Denta Care doctors in implant treatment guarantee utmost certainty of your treatment and give you the feeling of being in the right place.
What implants are used at Denta Care?
In Denta Care centres, we use the following implants: ASTRA TECH, STRAUMANN. These implants are made of top quality titanium material, which guarantees safety and excellent aesthetics. Their additional advantages include a great variety of prosthodontic elements (making it easy to adapt the solutions to the individual needs of each patient) and a competitive price.
It is worth bearing in mind that each patient receives an individual, tailor-made implant system.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are essentially titanium root replacements that are inserted into the bone where a tooth originally was. They perform the functions of dental roots and serve as the foundation for future prosthetic restorations. Implants are used to restore a single missing tooth, several teeth or in edentulous (toothless) patients.
They become fully integrated into the surrounding bone and therefore function in the same manner as natural teeth. Moreover, they are completely indistinguishable from the adjacent teeth. The duration of implants is not limited by any barriers.
Using advanced bone and soft tissue restoration methods, we reconstruct the natural conditions even if the patient’s teeth were extracted many years before. The regeneration techniques at our centre are one of the numerous fundamental activities performed in implant treatment on a daily basis.
What is the course of the treatment?
Once we become familiar with the patient’s expectations, we create an individual treatment plan. It is based on detailed dental check-up and radiological diagnostics. We perform all the necessary tests in our X-ray laboratory (pantomographs). They provide us with information on the condition of the patient’s bones and make it possible to plan the implant treatment in a very precise manner.
The standard implant insertion procedure involves minimal exposure of the bone before making a hole for an implant to be inserted. It takes a few months for the implant to fuse with the bone (this process, referred to as “osseointegration”, lasts from 3 to 6 months depending on the implantation site). After this period, new teeth are cemented over the implants.
Effective methods of anaesthesia make the implant insertion procedure completely painless and potential post-operative complaints are effectively controlled by means of commonly available analgesics (pain relievers).
The final teeth are tailor-made porcelain products manufactured by technicians, which make it possible to fulfil all patient expectations concerning the shape, size and colour (degree of brightness). The new, beautiful and permanently fixed teeth allow patients to bite all types of food, thereby providing a feeling of extreme satisfaction.
Graduate of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the Medical University of Warsaw. In her Final Medical/Dental Examination she received a second best result in the Regional Medical Chamber in Warsaw, and third best in all of Poland, for which she was awarded Prof Władysław Szenajch Prize of the second degree. Since finishing her studies she continuously expands her knowledge by participating in numerous courses and training, including in the field of implantology. In 2014, she started her specialisation in dental surgery.
- Bone and tissue procedures in Oral Surgery using the Piezoelectric technology of Autogenous Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) combined with the latest generation of implants - IMMEDIATELOAD. Non-ablative aesthetic treatments with autologous concentrated growth factors – liquid phase (LPCGF). Silfradent in aesthetic and regenerative medicine.
- Adaptive endodontic technology. SAF system, advanced technology for root canal treatment - Instructional course.
- Speaks French
A dentist with many years of experience. Graduate of the Poznań University of Medical Sciences. Specialises in dental surgery, maxillofacial surgery and implantology. Currently training in maxillofacial surgery at the Święcicki Clinical Hospital. Member of the Polish Association of Implantology (PSI). Graduate of the PSI Curriculum Implantology. Improves his competence in dental surgery and implantology by taking part in numerous courses in Poland and abroad.