oral surgery Warsaw

If you’re apprehensive about wisdom tooth removal or other procedures, you’ve probably heard stories, more or less true, about such treatments. We’ll tell you a completely different story. The story of a patient who, after the procedure, asked: “Is that it? Impossible! I didn’t feel a thing.”


How is that possible?


Such an effect is achieved with the safe and minimally invasive ÖGRAM tooth extraction technique. After the procedure, the gums heal quickly, and our patient forgot that they ever had their wisdom teeth removed.


Professional jaw and mandible bone regeneration procedures at Niewada Clinic

For years at Niewada Clinic, we have been replacing missing teeth by implanting implants and reconstructing tooth crowns on them.


An implant is a type of strong, titanium screw that we screw into the bone in the place of a missing tooth. Like every screw, an implant needs good support, so we must ensure sufficient quantity and quality of bone.


Sometimes, there is too little bone, especially in patients who have long delayed replacing missing teeth… In such a situation, we will rebuild your alveolar process through alveolar bone regeneration (BONE GRAFTING) or a sinus lift procedure.


Sinus lift

In the upper jaw, above the roots of the upper teeth, each of us has maxillary sinuses, which are air-filled spaces. Sometimes, the floor of these sinuses is very thin, which prevents us from implanting an implant and replacing a missing tooth. In such cases, after thorough diagnostics using Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT), advanced surgery comes into play. We increase the thickness of the bone in the area where the implant will be screwed in the future, for example, through biomaterials.


Apical Root Resection

This is a dental procedure performed to treat infections and problems in the area of the tooth root apex, i.e., its lowest part, located under the gum. This procedure is usually carried out when standard root canal treatment does not produce the expected results or when it is not possible.


Feel safe

Regardless of whether we are extracting a tooth, implanting implants, performing a sinus lift, or regenerating bone, your comfort during and after the surgery at our clinic is our top priority.


At Niewada Clinic, we perform surgical procedures using minimally invasive methods, applying the latest techniques and microsurgical tools.


We always work under high magnification using a microscope and loupes, which guarantees precision as well as excellent results of surgical treatment.

World-class oral surgery

We treat painlessly

At Niewada Clinic, your comfort and a stress-free experience during the procedure are our priorities.


We use nitrous oxide to reduce your fear and help you relax, and we apply gentle anesthesia using the innovative The Wand system. Our surgical procedures are carried out with care for your well-being, ensuring you can quickly return to your daily activities. Our patients confirm that every visit at Niewada Clinic is calm and comfortable.

We treat under general anesthesia

At Niewada Clinic, we understand the dreams of patients for quick and painless treatment. That’s why we offer full anesthesia, making the procedure pass unnoticed – you enter the office and wake up after everything, under the care of an experienced anesthesiology team. Our modern surgery is safe and comfortable, changing the perception of surgical treatment. By choosing our clinic, you can be sure that we will take care of your health and peace during each procedure.

Fast healing after the procedure

At Niewada Clinic, we focus on treatment without pain and stress, but that’s not all we have to offer.


We routinely use the innovative A-PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) technique, which utilizes fibrin from your blood to accelerate healing after tooth extraction, minimizing the risk of complications and infections. Thanks to such modern methods, our surgery is not only comfortable but also extremely effective, making us a leader in the field of 21st-century dental medicine.

Detailed diagnostics

At Niewada Clinic, we emphasize thorough diagnostics, which is crucial for the success of the surgical procedure.


We specialize in the precise examination of wisdom teeth, using advanced Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) by Vatech (wisdom teeth can be located in anatomically sensitive areas). This allows us to assess your situation in three dimensions with a minimal dose of X-ray radiation and high image resolution. By choosing our clinic, you ensure your safety and the highest quality of care.

Surgical procedures at Niewada Clinic are performed

by Dr. Paweł Niewada, MD.

Dr. Paweł Niewada, MD

He specializes in implantology and peri-implant surgery, periodontitis treatment, as well as periodontal plastic microsurgery. He has extensive experience in periodontium and bone regeneration techniques. Additionally, he deals with the treatment of temporomandibular joint disorders and occlusion. In his practice, he uses minimally invasive techniques.


FAQ / Oral surgery

Should wisdom teeth (third molars) be removed?

Some wisdom teeth emerge without causing any problems, but sometimes they grow at an angle, pressing against adjacent teeth and the gum. This is referred to as “fully or partially impacted wisdom teeth.” It can cause pain and lead to infections. Cleaning them can be difficult, leading to decay and gum infection. Crowded wisdom teeth in the upper jaw often tilt sideways and rub against the cheek, often resulting in cheek mucosa irritation and chewing problems.


If there isn’t enough space for your wisdom teeth to properly emerge, surgery might be necessary. Early removal of a tooth can prevent future problems such as:

– pain

– swelling

– the appearance of pus

– difficulty opening the mouth

– damage to other teeth

– bite disorders

– teeth grinding/bruxism

Can I take painkillers after surgery?

If you experience pain, you may take a pain relief tablet as needed – Ibuprom, Nurofen, or Ketonal. Do not use Aspirin, as it can increase bleeding from the wound.


Swelling after the procedure is a normal reaction of your body. It usually starts to gradually subside from the 4th day after the visit. We recommend applying a cold compress to the surgical area immediately after the procedure, which will reduce swelling and soreness.

How long should I not eat after a surgical procedure?

We advise not to eat or drink for at least 2 hours after the procedure. If the anesthesia is still effective after this period, wait until its effects wear off. If you feel like the anesthesia is still working the next day after the procedure, you should immediately inform the doctor who performed the surgery.

What should be done to accelerate the healing process?

Until the stitches are removed, avoid mechanically irritating the surgical area, do not brush your teeth, and eat on the opposite side of your mouth.


Eating ice cream is a good solution because it additionally cools the surgical area. If this area gets damaged, it can worsen the treatment outcomes. Avoid physical exertion and do not smoke cigarettes. Nicotine and tar substances significantly worsen the treatment results.

How to prepare before a bone regeneration procedure?

Because the outcome of augmentation largely depends on the patient’s regenerative capabilities, proper preparation before the surgical procedure is crucial.


To achieve the best results, we direct the patient to undergo appropriate blood tests as well as to check levels of vitamins D and C, and if necessary, we recommend proper supplementation.

Do I need to follow any special instructions after the sinus lift procedure?

To prevent unnecessary pain and infection after the procedure, it is important to follow the doctor’s recommendations. Do not increase pressure in the sinus, meaning do not sneeze or blow your nose. Diving is not allowed for a period of 3 months.


To reduce swelling on the cheeks, apply cold compresses on the side where the sinus lift was performed. The bone rebuilding process takes from 6 to 9 months.


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