Treatment without discomfort? Why not!

A dental appointment can be very stressful for a lot of people. Dental fear or past bad experiences can keep patients away from starting treatment for many years. We understand these concerns, so with modern solutions and the newest technologies that we use in our daily work, we make every effort to ensure that a visit to the Kownacki-Dent Dental Centre does not cause any discomfort, during and after the treatment.

The precision and full control over the process of cutting bone tissue is achieved with modern piezosurgical devices.Piezosurgery eliminates the risk of damaging soft tissues (e.g. blood vessels or nerves). Its effectiveness lies in the selective cutting. By adjusting the ultrasonic frequency of the device, it is possible to cut bone tissue while leaving soft tissue untouched by the process even if the device comes into contact with it. The non-invasive nature of the process reduces pain and swelling and accelerates healing.

In most of our surgical and dental implant procedures, we use platelet-rich fibrin,which is a component of blood plasma, for faster regeneration. Blood is drawn from the patient just before the actual treatment and then centrifuged. As it is an autologous material (from the patient), there is no risk of allergies or other ailments. Fibrin accelerates the healing process (e.g. after tooth extraction), reduces discomfort after the procedure, has an analgesic effect, and can also help rebuild soft and bone tissue.

After surgical procedures, we use a cooling, anti-swelling treatment, called hilotherapy. A special mask is placed on the patient's face with water flowing inside at the specified temperature. Cooling the operated area reduces pain and intraoperative bleeding, as well as reduces swelling. The thermal treatment takes about 20-30 minutes.

An invaluable advantage of our clinic is also our X-ray laboratory equipped with the best imaging equipment. Thanks to this, our patients can take a scan of a single tooth, OPG (orthopantomogram, commonly known as a panoramic image) and CBCT (i.e. computer tomography that allows for a precise, three-dimensional analysis of anatomical structures) in one place. Imaging is now the standard and the basis of effective dental treatment. The device we use emits a very low dose of radiation, which is especially important in the case of patients undergoing imaging several times during treatment.

One of our most appreciated devices is our intraoral scanner. Our dentists use it in prosthetics, implantology and orthodontics. This small device is actually a 3D camera that allows us to take a digital impression of our patients’ teeth. It completely replaced plaster casts, that used to be placed in the patients’ mouth to obtain an impression. The scanner also allows us to make a video so the patients can see the condition of their teeth. You can find more about the intraoral scanner in the prosthetics section.

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