Warranty for dental treatment at Perfect Dental Clinic

Perfect Dental Clinic employs a team of excellent experts who attended various courses and trainings in Poland and abroad. Gained experience and a system of quality management at our Clinic allow us to provide our patients with a warranty for dental services.

10- year warranty:

A warranty for patients who realized the entire treatment plan. If the claim is not supported, then the warranty equals 12 months.

 

3-year warranty:

  • Fixed prosthetic reconstructions (crowns, bridges, veneers, posts, inlays)
  • Frame dentures
  • Composite inlays, with the exception of the paracervical areas (a 12-month warranty)

 

A warranty for patients who realized the entire treatment plan. If the claim is not supported, then the warranty equals 12 months.

2-year warranty:

  • Removable acrylic dentures
  • A warranty for patients who realized the entire treatment plan. If the claim is not supported, then the warranty equals 12 months.

 

 

1-year warranty:

  • Paracervical composite reconstructions
  • Composite veneers
  • Protective dental guards
  • In cases of untreated temporomandibular joint dysfunctions or bruxism (clenching and grinding one’s teeth), warranty period is estimated individually.

 

Warranty Conditions:

  • Realizing the treatment plan recommended by the dentist in full;
  • Observing recommendations with regard to hygiene specified by a dentist or a hygienist;
  • Attending follow-up appointments at least once a year;
  • Controlling hygiene status at the professional hygienist’s along with undergoing scaling, sandblasting, and fluoridation at least once every six months.

The warranty is reduced or does not cover:

  • Temporary reconstructions;
  • In cases of teeth root fracture;
  • In cases when a patient fails to observe hygienic rules or dentist’s recommendations;
  • In cases of works performed on patient’s demand, despite other recommendations of a dentist;
  • In cases of complications after endodontic treatment associated with no healing of bone inflammatory lesions;
  • In cases of biomechanical disorders in the oral cavity, including lack of support zones, what may lead to overloading and occlusal dysfunction;
  • In cases of inflammatory complications of the pulp occurring right after placing a composite filling or prosthetic reconstruction when there is a deep carious cavity or dental tissue is damaged considerably;
  • In cases of mechanical damages resulting from a mechanical injury or blow;
  • In cases of existing advanced systemic diseases (e.g. diabetes, neoplastic diseases, osteoporosis, etc.), sudden loss of weight within a short period of time, as well as considerable and progressing loss of osseous and periodontal tissues;
  • In cases of correcting prosthetic reconstructions, or when the treatment is taken over by another dental practice.

 

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