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FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

The Sobczak Concept® - frequently asked questions


Q: How much does it cost?

A: The cost of restoring all teeth in the maxilla (the upper jaw) or mandible (the lower jaw) using the Sobczak Concept® method is determined individually with a doctor during a free consultation. During the consultation, the patient's oral health is examined, as well as computed tomography and an intraoral scan. Based on these tests, the doctor will plan the treatment, in a special program. The Doctor plans the positions of the implants, their thickness, length and the angle of inclination, as well as creating a surgical template through which the implants will be placed exactly in the position planned by the doctor. During the consultation, the patient receives the exact cost of the treatment in their specific case. The price includes the planning, the fabrication of a surgical template, insertion of implants, prosthetic abutments and the Sobczak Bridge ™ temporary bridge, which is designed and made 100% digitally in our own prosthetic laboratory.


Q: How long does the treatment with the Sobczak Concept® method take?

A: The treatment time with the Sobczak Concept® method is 3 to 7 hours. Usually, approximately, 1-3 hours after the end of the surgical part, the patient may use the temporary bridge


Q: What is the difference between the Sobczak Concept® method and other treatment methods?


Sobczak Concept®

Other methods
A treatment digitally planned individually for the Patient The patient is "adapted" to the procedure by, for example, bone reduction
The time of the procedure, together with the placement of the Sobczak Bridge ™ on the implants, is usually approx. 3 - 6 hours Treatment time – unknown???

Implants are inserted very precisely through the surgical guide.

Super-accurate digital impression are made with an intraoral scanner,  this transfers the information about the situation in the patient's mouth directly to our prosthetic laboratory

A classic impression is taken with a dental impression material
Prosthetic reconstruction - the Sobczak Bridge ™ Another prosthetic reconstruction - most often a prosthesis on implants
There are no artificial gums The bridge is a prosthesis that is mounted on implants
It looks and functions like teeth
It allows you to keep the patient's gums and adheres perfectly to them
It is Super Accurate, because it is designed and made 100% digitally



Q: Why the Sobczak Bridge™?

A: Sobczak Bridge™

  1. There are no artificial gums;
  2. It allows us to keep the patient's gums and adheres perfectly to them;
  3. Looks like teeth;
  4. Funtions like teeth;
  5. It is super-accurate, because it is designed and made 100% digitally.


Q: What does a missing tooth lead to?

A: The molars at the back of our mouth allow us to chew food efficiently and stabilize all the remaining teeth. Their loss takes the support away from the contacting teeth, depriving them of their natural support and, consequently, stabilization, which causes them to move towards the gap. A long time of functioning without a prosthetic restoration, especially in the absence of several teeth, may make it impossible to replace them later. Additionally, it should be remembered that healthy teeth stimulate the bone and gums, thus preventing bone loss and the gum dropping. The aesthetic issue is also important, because the collapsing bone makes the lips and cheeks lose support and they collapse and suck in. Eating habits are also changing. The more teeth that are missing, the more food we avoid fearing the difficulty of chewing. All these factors show how important it is to close even single gaps in order to avoid progressive negative consequences. 



Q: What is an implant?

A: An implant is a new tooth root. It is made of titanium, which fuses to the bone like a broken limb and is treated by the body as an integral part of it.


Q: What is a prosthetic restoration?

A: In the case of Sobczak Concept®, the prosthetic restoration is a bridge attached to the implants, which is intended to replace missing or required teeth. In the case of a traditional bridge based on the patient's teeth, the doctor must prepare healthy teeth adjacent to the gap in order to prepare pillars of support. One of the elements that distinguish our method from other solutions is the selection of materials. We use only the highest quality ceramics and frameworks that do not differ in color and texture from those that can be seen on healthy teeth. Very often, dentists use metal restorations, which over time may reveal an unsightly, darker metal line near the gingiva. This is one of the many reasons why we only offer all-ceramic bridges.



Q: When are implants used?

A: The answer to this question can be found on our specially prepared pages on the use of implants in the case of:


Q: What are the advantages of using an implant?

A: Restorations based on dental implants are extremely durable. They can be used for many years, and even for the rest of life if proper hygiene and maintenance is kept. There is no need to grind adjacent healthy teeth, and keeping them clean is as simple as natural teeth. Thanks to the use of the appropriate biocompatible materials, the human body accepts them without any problems, allowing for trouble-free eating and speaking. The new teeth behave exactly like the real teeth and their appearance is healthy and completely natural.  



Q: When is the best time to replace a missing tooth?

A: Definitely as soon as possible after losing a tooth! Timely reconstruction will prevent unpleasant consequences and further complications that have a huge impact on the remaining healthy teeth.


Q: What does a soft diet mean? What can I eat after the Sobczak Concept® treatment?

A: Especially for you, we have developed, in cooperation with a dietitian, dietary recommendations and sample recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and small snacks.

Enjoy your meal:)



Q: Why not a denture?

Many patients are forced to wear dentures. However, they are bothered by tremendous discomfort related to pain, a strong gag reflex, or simply shame. Many of them do not wear them at all, or only when they really have no other option. Having a prosthesis negatively affects a person's well-being, often excluding them from social life.

Patients who use dentures often complain about annoying food residues lying under the dentures, which can lead to pressure ulcers, which cause pain for most. The pressure on the tissues caused by the use of the prosthesis leads to inflammation in the oral cavity, and prolonged use leads to bone loss. This causes the prosthesis to no longer fit and begin to move, causing even more discomfort. After that, it is necessary to re-adjust the prosthesis to the new conditions, but it all repeats itself later. Until the prosthesis has nothing to hold on to, and the bones remain so little that in many cases implants can no longer be inserted, or additional bone reconstruction treatments are needed.

A mismatched prosthesis increases the discomfort of everyday life, negatively affecting eating and speaking. Therefore, the choice of prosthesis should be the last resort after examining all available alternatives.

The best solution currently, is the closest possible to natural teeth. implants. Thanks to implants, it is possible to rebuild both individual missing teeth as well as all teeth. In the case of toothlessness, the Sobczak Concept® treatment can restore the teeth that only patients dream about. Teeth that "grow out" from their own gums.

  • Thanks to the computerized planning, the treatment is very precise, the results are wonderful and the aesthetics are wonderful;
  • Thanks to the precise execution and the experience of the doctor, the Sobczak Concept® treatment is completely comfortable.
  • Computerized accuracy and speed.
  • All of this also translates into the durability of the treatment.


Thanks to the Sobczak Concept® treatment and the perfect planning, during one treatment it is possible to:

  • remove all of the damaged teeth;
  • remove inflammation that causes pain;
  • insert the implants;
  • place a bridge on them,

 above all:

  • there are no artificial gums;
  • allows the patient's gums to be preserved;
  • perfectly adheres to the gums, thanks to which food residues do not accumulate under it;
  • looks like teeth;
  • functions like teeth;
  • it is super accurate because it is designed and made 100% digitally!

Our patients say that they have regained their lives: