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Dentineo Clinic

Located in Gdansk, Poland

DentiNeo was founded by Dr. Adam Bielawski (DSS). He is a member of both the Polish Endodontal Association and the Polish Association of Periodontology, and has also received accreditations from the Polish Association of Implantology, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Orale Implantologie. The clinic specializes in dental implants, veneers, bridges, crowns, conservative dentistry, periodontics, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and teeth-whitening. DentiNeo boasts high-tech equipment, a relaxing ambiance and modern interior design. Since it opened the clinic has treated a large number of foreign patients and as such it has an experienced team of multilingual staff on hand to provide guests with the best treatment available. The specialists and administrative personnel at DentiNeo focus their knowledge and experience on providing effective and efficient patient care.

General Information

Spoken languages

Polish, English

Specializations

Dentistry, Plastic Surgery

Treatments and prices

Staff

Dr. Adam Bielawski

Dr. Adam Bielawski, MD

Specialization: Implantology - Founder of Dentineo dental clinic

Education: Graduated from the Medical University of Gdánsk, Poland

Languages: Polish and English

Memberships & Awards

  • Polish Association of Endodontics
  • Polish Periodontal Association

Location

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Address

Leszczynowa 90,
80-175 Gdańsk,
Poland

Country

Poland

Located just 20 minutes outside of Gdańsk, on Poland’s Baltic coast, DentiNeo is just a 10 minute drive from Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa International Airport. For nearly a thousand years Gdańsk was an influential port and its maritime history can still be explored on pleasure-boat cruises up the river. Although it still retains some of its narrow cobblestone streets and slender buildings, most of the city was rebuilt in the aftermath of WWII. The resulting mix of architectural styles gives Gdańsk its utterly unique yet unmistakably European charm. There are plenty of picturesque shops, restaurants and beer gardens to explore and The National Museum is well worth a visit. The city has the best transport links in the north of Poland so it’s an ideal base whether you want to explore the beaches along the Gulf of Gdańsk or venture inland.

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