Various medical conditions or accidents lead to the loss of tooth tissue or complete loss of the tooth. With help comes the field of dentistry that is prosthodontics. It allows to restore the natural and aesthetic appearance of your teeth.

See why we are the best choice for people looking for beautiful and natural-looking veneers, crowns and bridges!

We are a group of experts, able to meet the most demanding aesthetic needs of our patients. We are committed to ensuring that the work we do is not only stunning, but durable for years to come.

Unbeatable Prosthetics Based on Knowledge and Experience

In our work we strive to combine the effects of a glowing, fresh and natural smile. This is the most difficult challenge that we have been passionately committed to for many years. We devote our time entirely to you so that the result of veneers or crowns made by us fully satisfies you because it is the effect that counts for us!

Sense of Aesthetics and Precision - That’s What Distinguishes Us

We never act hastily. We always first plan and then work according to the established protocol. Our work stems from the knowledge of cosmetic dentistry gained from prosthetic training courses in which we participated all over the world. For us, it’s all about precision. Our years of experience in aesthetic assessment and bite analysis allow us to effectively treat patients, regardless of the complexity of the case. Smile Design and computerized visualization allow us, even at the conceptual stage, to work together with you to fine-tune the wonderful intended result before any work even begins.

We have our own modern prosthetic laboratory

What distinguishes us and guarantees high quality work is our own prosthetic laboratory. When preparing your new smile, our technicians work with the best dental technicians in Germany and the USA. The precision and artistry of their work ensures that your crown, bridge or veneer will be a stunning little work of art and a lasting addition to your smile.

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Veneers, crowns, bridges, and other prosthetic work is done in a minimally invasive manner that saves your own tooth as much as possible.

Veneers – May your smile delight

Veneers are dental restorations that are confusingly similar to the natural teeth. They provide a new, very thin and precise top layer of the tooth. They are a minimally invasive solution to improve aesthetics. They can correct one tooth (such as a discolored tooth), or multiple teeth, permanently improving your smile. They can also be used to close interdental spaces, brighten tooth color or even out crowding and displacement. Our vast experience in making beautiful and durable veneers is your assurance of a dazzling smile.

Inlays/Onlays are a Great Solution to the Annoying Problem of Food Getting Between Your Teeth

Prosthetics is not only about aesthetics but also functionality. A properly performed inlay/onlay allows for an aesthetically pleasing tooth with restoration of the correct contact points between teeth. This prevents food from getting between the teeth and irritating you as it often does with ordinary white “fillings”. You no longer need to remove debris stuck between teeth after eating because inlay’s strong contact points protect these spaces. This further prevents tooth decay and gingivitis.

Due to the porcelain’s mechanical properties, it is less likely to fail over time than composite or amalgam fillings. Thus, the problem of catching or tearing dental floss disappears.  A big advantage of onlays is that they greatly strengthen the tooth and are much more durable than composite “white fillings”. We create them individually in the lab, and then glue them into the tooth. This requires perfect preparation of the tooth by the dentist and mastery of the dental technician. That is why your restorations are handled in our specialized prosthetic laboratory.

1. baseline situation:

Old, leaking composite fillings – “white fillings”

2. Plaster model after caries removal and tooth preparation

3. made porcelain inlays

4. Verification of inlays on a plaster model

5. permanently cemented inlays in the oral cavity


Aesthetics and Durability of Biocompatible Crowns and Bridges

What Differentiates Our All-Ceramic Crowns From Traditional Crowns?

Biocompatibility, which ensures no allergic reactions to prosthetic materials.

All-ceramic crowns are completely neutral to the surrounding tissue, do not irritate it, and, importantly, do not cause allergic reactions. The deposition of bacterial plaque and tartar on them is significantly decreased compared to traditional crowns. As they contain no metal, they have no side effects. Metal, combined with a moist oral environment, can provoke the formation of so-called galvanic currents. They result in a metallic taste in the mouth, and sometimes allergic or inflammatory reactions of the gums. 

Excellent aesthetic appearance - no more disfiguring effect of the gray gum at the crown margin

Light can shine through all-ceramic dental restorations freely, making them look bright and very natural. A bluish outline does not form around the gums as with conventional metal-framed crowns. An all-ceramic crown individually matched to the color and shape of the patient’s teeth looks much better.

The unique performance of our workmanship will ensure lasting quality of crowns and lack of caries for years!

Preparing a tooth for all-ceramic work requires great skills from the dentist. Only an experienced dentist, skilled in working at high magnification with a microscope and dental loupes, can do the job perfectly. Unparalleled concentration and professionalism are required here. That is why at NIEWADA CLINIC you will meet true professionals passionate about dentistry.

Technology is Our Advantage

Thanks to the use of advanced equipment we obtain incomparably better integrity of prosthetic restorations than in case of traditional solutions. We manufacture all-ceramic crowns using modern CAD/CAM (Computer-aided design/ Computer-aided manufacturing) technology. It means that their design and milling is supported by computer software. Such restorations are tissue friendly, look natural and are perfectly fitted. The use of scanners, computer-controlled milling machines, work of specially trained staff and the material, from which crowns and bridges are milled (ceramic blocks), require large investments, the will to improve and work at the highest level. This is what modern prosthetics looks like in our clinic.


Can Veneers Be Made Without Tooth Grinding?

Yes. This is one of the best – the least invasive – methods of planning veneers. It is always our first choice during the initial analysis. However, not all teeth meet the criteria for using this technique. Then we offer you the most convenient alternative therapy.

What is a Prosthetic Bridge?

A prosthetic bridge is a replacement for a missing tooth or teeth. It is supported by the patient’s own teeth adjacent to the missing tooth and is permanently cemented to them.


Therefore, in order to make a bridge, the teeth bordering the tooth gap must be ground. A great alternative to bridges are implant-based restorations. Then only the missing teeth are replaced and the adjacent teeth remain intact.

How Is a Prosthetic Crown Made?

In order for us to make durable and personalized crowns for you, we use a detailed procedure protocol. It consists of several steps, from diagnosis to the cementing of the perfectly finished restoration. Therefore, the entire process may require up to 3 visits. Everything depends on the patient’s individual situation


During the first visit, the tooth is prepared, i.e. it is ground to the proper shape, intraoral scans or impressions are taken and a temporary crown is made to protect the tooth. At the next appointment, a fitting and necessary micro-corrections are made, and at the last appointment, if no additional corrections are needed, the crown is permanently cemented. A prosthetics restoration completed in this manner should last for many years.

Is an Inlay/Onlay Better than a Conventional “Filling”?

If you want a restoration that will last for years – inlay/onlay is the best choice. As it is designed in the software and cut out by the milling machine in the CAD/CAM system, it allows a perfect fit to the tooth preparation margins to achieve the ideal seal and perfect contact points. This prevents the floss from tearing and provides an environment radically less favorable for decay development than in case of regular fillings.