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New Teeth Technique in Poland
July 29, 2009   
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Leading European medical companies are appreciating the opportunities offered by the Polish market. In late May, famous Portuguese dentist and businessman Dr. Paulo Malo opened a clinic in Warsaw. Malo is the owner of one of the biggest dental services chains in the world, with 14 clinics on four continents.

The Malo Clinic offers a revolutionary dental implantology technique that gives a patient a full set of teeth with just four implants, without any bone grafts. "Owing to the All-on-4 technique, patients may leave the clinic with a full set of teeth just 30 minutes after surgery, and within 3-4 hours after admission to the clinic," Malo, the inventor of the method, said during the Warsaw clinic's opening ceremony. "With this surgical technique, the process is painless, more comfortable for the patient, brings about immediate effects and is much cheaper than traditional methods."

The facility is the first Malo Clinic in Central Europe. "We decided to open our clinic in Poland because Poles are increasingly demanding and aware of new opportunities offered by progress in dental implantology and rehabilitation," Malo said. "We also want Poland to join the group of countries with Europe's leading dental clinics in three years."

Founded in 1995 in Lisbon, Malo Clinic is a global leader in dental implantology and rehabilitation and the biggest center training specialists in this field. The Malo Clinic team has developed numerous innovative surgery techniques and dental materials. The All-on-4 technique has been recognized by medical authorities around the world.

M.R.
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