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Implantological treatment consists of two stages:

Stage 1 is the surgical part.

It involves the insertion of an implant, i.e. a new tooth root, made of titanium, which fuses with the bone like a broken limb.


Stage 2 is the prosthetic part.

It consists of the reconstruction of the shape, function and the color of the tooth enamel on the previously introduced implant.


Complete edentulousness - Only the Sobczak Concept® protocol

It is the most advanced and the most aesthetic solution for patients who have no teeth or those who have teeth that cannot be saved.





The Sobczak Concept® method restores a new, beautiful smile, as well as the freedom and the feeling of being free from any artificiality. The feeling of their own, third teeth that literally grow out of the patient's gums.


Thanks to the Sobczak Concept® treatment and the excellent planning, the doctor can during one treatment:

- remove damaged teeth, if necessary;

- insert the implants through a computer designed surgical template;

- put a bridge on them, meaning:

✅ no artificial gums!

✅ allows us to preserve the patient's gums;

✅ 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 in our own prosthetic laboratory!




Multi-tooth deficiencies

The advantage of implant-supported bridges is that the healthy teeth adjacent to the missing remain intact. This allows for a long-term evaluation of the treatment performed and the preservation of the full and healthy bone tissue. In addition, the implant acts as a support for the crown, transferring all the forces resulting from biting onto the bone, which prevents its resorption, i.e. its disappearance, which is natural in the case of missing teeth.




One-tooth deficiencies

In this procedure, we use the phenomenon of osseointegration, which allows you to replace the tooth as a result of the implant fusing with the bone. Thanks to this, we obtain long-term stability and the full naturalness of the treatment, because the implants function in the oral cavity in a way that is as close as possible to their natural anatomical counterpart.


The implant replaces the missing tooth root, leaving the adjacent healthy teeth intact. It acts as a support for the crown, transferring the biting forces to the bone, preventing it from disappearing.


 With traditional methods, two healthy teeth adjacent to the gap must be ground to hold the bridge. The loss of the natural tooth structure is irreversible. In addition, bone loss can occur because the bridge does not transfer bite forces to the bone. Due to the disadvantages of classic methods, our specialists strongly recommend modern implantological treatment.


A temporary bridge in just 3 hours based on the Sobczak Concept® protocol