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At Implant-Art we dedicate a lot of attention to improvement of quality of life of the patients who struggle with one or more missing teeth. Thanks to that we became one of the most well-known implantological clinics in the capital city.

Dental implant is an artificial root (titanium screw) placed in the bone to which an artificial tooth is attached - the tooth matches the other teeth in terms of shape and colour. A dental implant is made of titanium - a biocompatible material which is recognised by a human body as an integral part of dentition. This decreases the risk of infection and the possibility of implant rejection.

Dental implants are a perfect alternative for other dental prosthetic devices; thanks to them we can permanently fill in the missing teeth simultaneously obtaining a natural and lasting effect.

Chirurgia stomatologiczna i implantologia - Implant-Art

Placing a dental implant - the process of treatment:

Stage 1

Dental implant placement begins with dental consultation during which the dentist obtains information on the patient’s medical history, checks the condition of his/her dentition and the whole oral cavity, and examines the bone condition. If the specialist finds that there are no contraindications for the implantation procedure to be performed, he/she makes a prosthetic impression for the purpose of the future artificial tooth and determines the colour with the patient.

Stage 2

The real process of implant placement begins with a surgical procedure during which a dental surgeon drills a hole in the bone. In such a hole the implant is placed in the next stage.

Stage 3

Implant placement is performed under topical anaesthesia - so that the whole procedure is done in the least painful manner possible. After that the physician checks whether the implant is stable and then sutures the incision.

Stage 4

At this stage the physician exposes the implant and screws in the healing cap.

Stage 5

About 3-6 months after placing the implant, the physician may start the prosthetic reconstruction. Thanks to the prosthetic impressions made earlier, at this last stage the implantologist places an artificial tooth in the patient’s oral cavity and instructs him/her on how to deal with everyday oral hygiene.


Placing a dental implant is the most modern and most effective method of treating toothlessness. This is a perfect solution for persons who feel uncomfortable because of missing teeth but at the same prefer traditional methods of prosthetic treatment e.g. removable denture. Dental implants have been appreciated by the patients for perfect imitation of natural teeth not only in terms of appearance but also fulfilled functions.