Bioaesthetic treatment Warsaw

Niewada Clinic is the first bioaesthetic dentistry clinic in Poland offering a complete, original treatment procedure.


Bioaesthetic dentistry is distinguished from other fields by its minimally invasive approach. We make every effort not to interfere with the natural tooth tissue or grind the teeth, but only to incorporate the previously lost anatomical structures of the teeth.


The bioesthetician focuses on the entire oral chewing system, not on the problems of individual teeth. The mouth, joints and teeth work together as a whole, so they need to be addressed as a whole. In bioaesthetic dentistry, the source of the problem is treated, not just the symptoms.


The best of both worlds: aesthetics and function

The bioaesthetic treatment formula provides patients with the best of both worlds of aesthetics and function: beautiful, natural smiles and healthy teeth that can last a lifetime.


The basis is restoring the natural position of the jaw, relieving muscle tension, which often leads to bite problems, jaw pain, headaches and other symptoms such as teeth grinding and grinding. This is ensured by stabilization of the temporomandibular joints using splint therapy.


M.A.G.O. splint

Bioaesthetic dentistry aims to restore the natural position of the jaw and relieve muscle tension. The mandible is placed in its correct position in the temporomandibular joints thanks to the use of an individually prepared orthosis for the patient called the M.A.G.O. splint. and it is often the first step towards restoring optimal dental health.

Operation of the M.A.G.O. splint

The purpose of the splint is to stabilize the joint, just as in orthopedics, e.g. the knee joint is stabilized after an injury. It is recommended to wear the MAGO splint 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until symptoms improve and the jaw can move and rest naturally. This is a process that the doctor must closely monitor during follow-up visits! Typically, this process takes from several weeks to 6 months. In difficult cases, splint therapy is longer.

Further steps after treatment with the M.A.G.O. splint

After achieving joint stabilization, the specialist recommends further treatment, which, depending on the need, may include interdisciplinary treatment, including orthodontics and orthognathic surgery.

Proces diagnostyczny podczas leczenia bioestetycznego

M.A.G.O. splint diagnostics

Diagnosis with the M.A.G.O. splint allows for finding the correct bite position by relaxing the muscles and stabilizing the temporomandibular joints so that they can function comfortably during use. The doctor receives a real picture of the problem with which the patient has presented, thereby eliminating many potential errors already at the planning stage.

AxioGraph Examination

The digital axiography we use allows for the registration of individual parameters of movements in the patient’s temporomandibular joints and their transfer to a computer program. Based on these extremely accurate data, a perfectly tailored design of the patient’s teeth is created, consistent with their own anatomy.

Joint Tomography

Tomographic examination of joints allows for three-dimensional visualization of hard tissues such as the bones of the jaw and mandible, teeth, and temporomandibular joints. It provides a much more accurate analysis of the image compared to, for example, a regular panoramic radiograph.

Respiratory tract examination

Since teeth grinding and wear can be associated with the presence of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, we assess the risk of its occurrence. The results of the tomographic examination of the respiratory tract are sent to one of the best specialized radiological assessment centers in the USA. In advanced cases, we refer the patient for a specialized polysomnographic examination to assess the severity of the disease, and we undertake appropriate treatment together with otolaryngologists.

Periodontal examination

Examining the structures that support the tooth allows us to assess whether it can withstand the forces that we intend to apply during treatment.

Original program for comprehensive bite reconstruction by Dr. Niewada

For patients requiring full dental reconstruction, Dr. Paweł Niewada, a pioneer of bioesthetic dentistry in Poland, has developed a unique, proprietary treatment program. Thanks to its effectiveness, even the most challenging cases of patients with missing teeth or bone loss have a chance to regain natural bite functions and a beautiful smile.

Dr. Paweł Niewada, PhD

Implantology, plastic periodontal microsurgery, bioesthetic dentistry, comprehensive prosthetic treatment, treatment of temporomandibular joint disorders, treatment of periodontal diseases.

Dr. Paweł Niewada, PhD Contact

FAQ / Bioaesthetic treatment

What is bioaesthetic treatment?

The first stage of bioaesthetic treatment is to perform specialized tests that will allow the attending physician to determine the treatment plan, its effectiveness and durability. Depending on the situation, we perform X-ray examinations of the temporomandibular joints, facial bones, cervical vertebrae, sinuses and respiratory tract. We take photos of the teeth, face and smile, and use special instruments to check the relationship of the jaw and jaw to the temporomandibular joints. This information allows us to determine whether the patient’s temporomandibular joints are properly aligned and how to correct any chewing disorder.


Then, based on impressions or intraoral scans, a bioesthetic wax’up (trial wax reconstruction) is prepared. The wax design is prepared in specialized software on a computer, then printed on a 3D printer and transferred to the oral cavity.

What does bioaesthetic treatment include?

Depending on the patient’s individual condition, bioaesthetic treatment includes fillings, commonly known as fillings, bonding or highly aesthetic porcelain reconstructions, such as veneers, onlays, inlays, crowns or composite reconstructions.

How does bioaesthetic dentistry differ from regular prosthetics?

Bioaesthetics is a highly specialized prosthetic treatment whose task is to create a beautiful, natural smile that reflects the morphology of the teeth, ensures proper muscular harmony and perfectly fits the patient’s facial features.


Did you know that your smile can impact the health, function and longevity of your teeth? The natural form and function of the teeth, bite, muscles and jaw joints, called the masticatory system, are naturally designed to protect the mouth from damage. So when your chewing system works properly, it doesn’t matter whether you are 25 or 75 years old – you can always have a beautiful, undamaged smile.


This concept is based on the principle of an optimal chewing system, or in other words, a biologically efficient and stable bite that prevents tooth wear and muscle tension. Studies of adult and older patients without tooth wear or deterioration of bite function have shown that when teeth have adequate contact and are in harmony with the natural position of the jaw, dental health can remain stable throughout life.

Why is a trial reconstruction of the patient’s bite made of wax performed?

Every smallest detail is important, so before cementing the prosthetic work in the patient’s mouth, we perform the so-called fitting, a bit like tailoring a suit. We check whether the proposed solution perfectly fits the patient’s facial features and make subtle corrections or comments from the patient on the design. If the aesthetics are accepted, we can proceed to the final reconstruction.

What is an axiographic examination?

To be able to bite comfortably, all prosthetic work must be performed in a manner consistent with the individual structure of the patient’s joints. Everyone’s temporomandibular joints are different. Therefore, just as you choose the right shoe size, you also need to record the appropriate measurements of jaw movements in order to accurately provide this information to the dental technician, who uses it to adjust the appropriate shape of the teeth.

We then have a guarantee that the prepared “new teeth”, e.g. in the form of veneers, crowns or bridges, will feel very natural and chewing food will be comfortable.

To collect this important data at Niewada Clinic, we use a state-of-the-art axiographic device: the Zebris digital face bow. The examination is not painful and takes several to several minutes. Each bioaesthetic treatment is based on precise joint parameters indicated by this device.