Implant packages

We have designed special sets of treatments combined with flights, accommodation and airport transfer. This way all our patients can save substantial amount of money.

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New teeth in just 1 day!

For everyone who is lacking of time and looking for implant treatment, we have introduced possibility of immediate restoration. This treatment allows patients to have their new teeth to be done in just one day, while preserving the highest quality of work.

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Success stories

Meet our patients and find out how treatments in our clinic have changed their lifes. You will also get personal insight of real people who visited our clinic.

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Dentures may improve your health and looks, returning the natural functions of eating and talking.

Regardless of whether you need a complete or partial denture, the solution created by us will be “tailor made”, adjusted to your mouth and will look similar to natural teeth.

Q. What is a partial denture?

A partial denture may be used to fill a gap left by one or more missing teeth. The denture itself may be made from metal covered by plastic or just plastic. Standard metal clips are used to keep the denture in place. Always, whenever possible, the clips are hidden in such way, so that they are not seen whilst smiling or talking. This type of a denture must be removed for cleaning.

Q.What is a complete denture?

Complete dentures are used if all teeth are missing in the upper or lower jaws. These are usually made from plastic and should be removed for cleaning (also at night). Full upper dentures cover the roof of the mouth. A very thin layer of saliva between the roof of the mouth and the denture retains it in position. As upper dentures cover the palate, they may affect the way patients feel the temperature and taste of food. Compete lower dentures may be more difficult to keep in place. This is partially caused by the bottom of out mouth being muscled, which may push the denture out of position.

Q.What are the alternatives to dentures?

Patients, whom have lost all their natural teeth and are having difficulties in adapting to conventional dentures, may opt for implants and dentures “based” on implants. For patients who still have natural teeth, other form of treatment may also apply, including - implants or bridges or a combination of both.

Q.What is a denture “based” on implants?

The faults of a conventional lower denture (instability, shift) may be eliminated by the application of two implants in the front of the jaw, on which the denture is “based”. For the upper jaw, usually more implants are needed, as the bone in this region is very soft.

Similar to conventional, dentures based on implants must still be removed from daily cleaning, however once returned to the moth the implants stabilise the position.

Q.How are dentures made?

In constructing a denture, the dentist will collect an impression of the mouth, records the mutual relation of the upper and lower jaws (occlusion), send the materials to a laboratory. The next stage entails initial fittings and adjustments in cooperation with the patient. Possible adjustments are applied, so that the reedy denture fits well before it is finally given to the patient.

Q.Is it difficult to get used to a denture?

It is very important for the expectation to be realistic when it comes to dentures. They should help to eat, talk and smile, but even the best dentures will not recreate the impression of real teeth. Once a new denture is applied, excessive production of saliva is natural, and the mouth will feel sensitive for a number of days. During the first days and weeks, the tongue and cheek muscles will be getting used to the denture. At first, some words may be difficult to pronounce - reading out loud and pronouncing the difficult words may help. Getting used to eating using dentures also takes some time - it is best to begin with soft foods. Slow chewing, using both sides at the same time will help to keep the denture in place. The older the patient, the longer  the getting used to new dentures may take, especially if false teeth were never worn before.

Q.How do I clean dentures?

Similar to real teeth, dentures should be kept as clean as possible. They should be brushed twice a day and washed after every meal. All remaining teeth should be brushed with a fluoride toothpaste.

Dentures should be cleaned over a folded towel or bowl with water, as they shatter easily and may brake if dropped. In order to remove food stuck to the denture, a soft tooth brush and paste should be used, or just ordinary soap. In order to not damage the denture whilst off, it should be stored in a container. At night, the denture should be placed in water or special liquid. The dentist will suggest an appropriate solution, which is correct for a given denture. A denture should never be submerged in a whitener or boiling water.

Q.How often should a denture be replaced?

Worn or ill-fitting denture may cause irritation and discomfort. Ideally, dentures should be replaced once in a while, before the said problem occur. Patients with complete dentures should visit a dentist regularly, so that all infections and other changes to the denture itself are caught early.

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For UK patients: 02035198006 Alternatively: 0048530252941

Baildona 12/3
Katowice (Poland)

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