• Do I really receive a new set of teeth in a single day? How is that possible?

    Yes, the patient really gets new teeth in one day. It seems amazing, but it’s possible thanks to three of our strengths:

    First of all, Frankowski Dental uses the original All-on-4® procedure, which is implemented step by step with the use of compatible high-quality components. This allows the procedure to be carried out efficiently and provides full medical safety.

    Secondly, Dr. Frankowski, who performs the procedure, is a specialist with over 30 years of experience and above-average knowledge in the field of implantology gained from the greatest celebrities of dental surgery, including the creator of the All-on-4® method, Dr. Paulo Malo.

    Lastly, Frankowski Dental has its own, well-equipped laboratory, thanks to which the bridge mounted on implants is made on-site right after the implantation procedure. The technician works closely with the doctor and the patient, so there is no need to send the work to an external prosthetic laboratory, which significantly shortens the time of its completion.

  • Is the All-on-4 treatment performed under general anaesthesia?

    Usually there is no such need. The procedure does not require deep sleep, local anaesthesia is enough. To reduce the level of stress (which is natural in such situations), the patient is given special tranquilizers. In difficult cases, the procedure can be performed under general anaesthesia or sedation.

  • Will I experience any pain after the implants are embedded?

    Most patients who have dental implants experience mild discomfort after the procedure. The anaesthesia usually lasts a little longer than the procedure itself, so most patients won’t feel anything until the next day. Some may experience slight swelling and bleeding, but this is part of the healing process and is completely normal. If the patient experiences pain, it can be easily relieved with ordinary painkillers, or those obtained at the clinic.

    However, aspirin derivatives should not be taken until the tissue has healed, as acetylsalicylic acid may cause bleeding complications. Patients receive additional recommendations before and after the procedure along with the documentation. Each patient also has time to discuss their questions and concerns with the surgeon.

  • How much time will I spend at the office on the day of the procedure? What does such day look like?

    It all depends on the complexity of the procedure and its scope. The implantation procedure usually starts at 9.00 a.m. and lasts several hours. Then the patient rests in a special room, on a comfortable sofa under a blanket. They can watch TV or sleep and relax, cool the operated area with special equipment and receive light liquid meals and drinks.

    During this time, the technicians prepare the bridge, which will be attached to the implants after previous fittings. When the bridge is ready, usually in the late afternoon, the doctor installs it on the patient, we refine the details and it’s ready! You can go home with a new smile on your face.

  • How will I feel after the procedure?

    Swelling or slight bruising may occur a few days after the procedure. Patients usually do not feel pain, but sometimes experience slight discomfort in the mouth. However, the body adapts to the new conditions quite quickly. Within a few days, patients get used to the new quality, although sometimes it takes a little longer. However, everything depends on the individual predisposition of the patient. No one recovers the same way. It is important to strictly follow the doctor’s instructions and take all prescribed medications.

  • Can a significant other keep me company on the day of the procedure?

    Of course. We encourage someone close to the patient to make the waiting time more pleasant while we prepare the prosthetic work. Nevertheless, the whole team tries hard to make every patient feel comfortable and safe. We offer not only medicines, but also a smile and a kind word.

  • How long will I be recovering after the procedure?

    It all depends on the individual characteristics of the patient, but usually within a few days patients start to function normally, and after a few weeks they do not feel any symptoms.

  • How should I take care of my new All-on-4 teeth?

    We care for the bridge on implants just as we care for our own teeth. However, there are special brushes and tools that can make it easier for you. Initially, patients should use a toothbrush with an angled neck, which will make it easier to reach places that are difficult to reach with a regular toothbrush. After that, a simple soft brush is enough. We also recommend using dental floss and interdental brushes to clean the space between the bridge and the gum. You should clean your teeth and spaces at least twice a day.

    In addition to daily care of the teeth, regular visits to the hygienist are necessary, who will remove the structure and thoroughly clean it as well as the patient’s own tissues. Such professional implant hygienization should take place every 6 months. Thanks to this, your new teeth will serve for many years and we will prevent infections around the implants. Importantly, only then is the work guarantee valid.

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