DMSc Martin Tutak

Specialization: prosthodontics
Deals with: prosthetics, esthetic dentistry, restorative dentistry
Dr Tutak is a member of the National Association of Dental Implantology OSIS-EDI. He is an author of numerous publications in professional journals and congress reports. He actively participates in national and international congresses in the field of dentistry, prosthodontics, implant dentistry and especially cosmetic dentistry. It allows him to follow the latest advances in the areas of his practice. From 18 years runs a private dental practice.
He graduated the Faculty of Dentistry at Pomeranian Medical University. After graduation, he collaborated with Ministry of Internal Affairs Dental Clinic and worked as an assistant in the Department of Prosthodontics PAM in Szczecin. In 2004 He successfully defended his doctoral thesis. He is specialist in prosthodontics.

PhD Katarzyna Sporniak-Tutak

Specialization: oral and maxillofacial surgery

Deals with: oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthognathic surgery

Dr Sporniak-Tutak is the author and co-author of scientific publications in national and international medical journals. Her main scope of research is the implantological treatment of patients with compromised clinical conditions and treatment of facial skeleton defects. From 20 years runs a private dental practice, being at the same time voivodship consultant in oral surgery.

She graduated Faculty of Dentistry at Pomeranian Medical University. In 1991, She started work in 1991 as an assisstant at the Oral Sugery Department. Throughout the professional career she is associated with the Oral Surgery Department PUM.

Dr Sporniak-Tutak is an active member of the National Association of Dental Implantology OSIS-EDI, Polish Dental Association(PTS) Section of Maxillofacial Orthopedics, Polish Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (PTCHJU), the European Society of Maxillofacial Surgery (EACMFS) and the International Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (IOMFS).

In May 2012, She presented her habilitation thesis about the impact of immunosuppressive therapy on bone and osseointegration of intraosseous titanium implants. Immunosuppressive drugs are used more and more frequently as the year-on-year increase in the number of patients with grafts of various organs. The study evaluated the effect of immunosuppressive drugs on bone cells, bone structure, and the degree of integration of the implant with the bone. It was found that the skillful use of these drugs can minimize the negative effects on bone, which will expand the indications for the use of implants in patients treated with immunosuppressive drugs.


DMSc Magdalena Miedzik

Specialization: orthodontics
Deals with: orthodontics, esthetic and conservative dentistry
Dr Miedzik is a member of the Polish Dental Association(PTS) Section of Maxillofacial Orthopedic and the European Orthodontic Society EOS. She participates in national and international scientific congresses devoted to the subject of orthodontics. Taking part in numerous workshops, she constantly improve her skills,
In June 2003, Dr Miedzik graduated with honors Faculty at Dentistry, Pomeranian Medical University. In the years 2005 -2008  She was a student of PUM Doctoral Studies at the Department of Orthodontics. In 2008 She successfully defended her doctoral thesis entitled "Verification of various computer sofwares in case of cephalogram x-ray evaluation by  method of Segner and Hasund".


DMSc Małgorzata Domańska

Deals with: prosthetics, esthetic and conservative dentistry
Dr Domańska graduated fthe Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Rostock. Studies and qualifications gained in Germany led her to grant German dental license. Her science path began in doctoral study at the faculty of Conservative Dentistry and Biochemistry in Rostock.
In 1997 She defend doctoral thesis with a rating of "magna cum laude". She worked for in the Department of Karyology and Endodontics. In addition to her professional interests, Dr Domańska constantly deepes knowledge in the functional diagnosis of masticatory system and the latest technology including all-ceramic and implant  prosthetics.


DMD Marta Kłonica

Deals with: endodontics, restorative and cosmetic dentistry, dental surgery

Dr Kłonica graduated the Faculty of Dentistry at Pomeranian Medical Universit in 2007.  

Private practice since 2007

He specializes in endodontic treatment of difficult cases and basic dental treatment.

Numerous courses and congresses 

Interests: Traveling




DMSc Piotr Tysiewicz 

Specialization: dental Surgery
Deals with: dental surgery
He graduated with honors the Faculty Dentistry at Pomeranian Medical University. He received degree of Doctor of Medical Science in 2005 for his dissertation: "The emergence and development of oral and maxillofacial surgery in West Pomerania during 1951-2001.”
In 2008 he was awarded the title of specialist in dental surgery. Since 2003 he has been an academic teacher at the Department of Oral Surgery PUM.




DMD Tomasz Smektała

Zajmuje się: stomatologia zachowawcza

Ukończył z wyróżnieniem Wydział Lekarsko-Stomatologiczny Pomorskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego w Szczecinie. W trakcie studiów został laureatem konkursu na najlepszego studenta stomatologii w Polsce. Jest doktorantem w "Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Research Lab" na Uniwersytecie św. Łukasza w Brukseli oraz asystentem w Zakładzie Chirurgii Stomatologicznej Pomorskiego Uniwersytetu Medycznego.



Aesthetic Dent team led by Katarzynę Sporniak-Tutak is involved in a multicenter research program which brings together the most prestigious research centers from Switzerland, Austria, USA and Spain. Aesthetic  Dent Clinic is currently the only center in Poland, which conducts research on such a large scale in the field of short implants. The aim of the study is a long-term (5.5 years) functional assessment of short- implant in bony compromised conditions.

Thanks to changing technology of implants production to increase bone-to-implant contact, we investigate efficacy of short implants compared to standard dimensions implants. Based on the preliminary results, we expect many positive effects of the treatment. These include: reducing the need for CT scans, irradiation decrease, limitation and reduction of peri-implant advanced procedures such as bone grafting or bone reconstruction procedures. Also abridgement of treatment time and associated costs. Short implants can also be safely used in patients with systemic diseases that would hinder the process of surgery and healing.
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