How does a smile change our lives?
Get to know the story of our patient - Tomek.
Throughout his life, Tom was afraid of doctors, and dentists in particular ... As a result, the condition of his teeth was a disaster. Fortunately, at the last minute, Tom came to our clinic. Thanks to advanced technologies, such as computer implant design or oral cavity scanning, we were able to restore the smile on Tomek's face.
Listen as he tells his story himself ...
A spectacular metamorphosis of the smile of our patient, Mr. Mirosław.
Watching our movie, you will learn how the latest computer CAD-CAM technologies change the smiles of our patients for the better, increase the precision and aesthetics of the designed crowns or veneers.
Placing implants does not hurt.
The metamorphosis of Tomasz's smile - the continuation of the story. You have already met our very nice Patient Tomasz. His story wasn't all roses, it was full of heavy, bumpy curves. Apparently, the hardest roads lead to the most beautiful places ... see for yourself where Tomasz came with us.
We will answer these and many other questions while watching our new film production.
Spectacular smile metamorphosis
Smile metamorphosis in World Dental.
See how the latest technologies of computer smile design have changed the life of our patient.
Design your smile with us.
A 59-year-old patient from the medical tourism sector - living in Belgium.
We performed implant-prosthetic treatment with the use of implants in the lateral sections of the mandible and computer-designed zirconium crowns in the CAD-CAM system on our own teeth in the maxilla.
The patient came to our clinic to Warsaw twice. The first stage was the surgical part - placing implants and making temporary restorations. The second stage, after about six months, is the production of crowns on implants and the patient's own teeth.
68-year-old patient living in Poland.
Implant prosthetic treatment was performed with the use of five implants implanted in the jaw.
Two-stage treatment. First, we implanted the implants and provided the patient with a temporary restoration, and after six months, we made a computer-designed zirconium bridge in the CAD-CAM system.
35-year-old patient, living in Poland.
We performed implant-prosthetic treatment using implants in the lateral sections in the mandible and maxilla and E-Max-Prime computer-designed zirconium crowns in the CAD-CAM system on our own teeth in the maxilla and mandible. The first stage was the surgical part - placing implants and making temporary restorations.
The second stage, after about half a year, is the production of crowns on implants and the patient's own teeth.
A 60-year-old patient living in Poland
We performed the procedure of removing the residual dentition in a patient with simultaneous, bilateral lifting of the bottom of the maxillary sinus, bilateral lateralization of the alveolar nerve in the mandible, bone augmentation, implantation of 15 implants by @ begoimplantsystems.The patient received temporary restorations imitating natural teeth during the implant healing. After 6 months of implant osseointegration, we started the prosthetic stage. The patient received PMMA temporary bridges mounted on implants, computer-designed in the CAD-CAM @ 3shape system for 3 months, during this period we collected data on the bruxchecker regarding muscular and joint overloads. The patient also received a set of rehabilitation exercises aimed at accelerating the body's adaptation to the new temporary dentition.
The next stage was the work of our team of prosthetists who designed solid individual abutments, our team made zirconium bridges with @ivoclarvivadent_int Emax Prime on the abutments in the CAD-CAM @ 3shape system with individual characterization of the teeth and gingival part in our World Dental prosthetic laboratory.
The next step is screwing the bridges to the implants, securing and plugging the inlet holes.
A 67-year-old patient living in Poland
State before the procedure
The patient is planning the procedure with edentulousness in the maxilla and mandible. The surgeon decided to insert 14 implants, and while the patient healed, he received temporary restorations, imitating natural teeth. After the implant healing period, we made individual abutments on which we placed PMMA temporary bridges in order to adapt the patient to the dentition.
The final result
The final stage of the work was to create zirconium bridges in our prosthetic laboratory with individual characterization of the teeth and the gingival part.