Medicover opens a new dental facility

Medicover opens a new dental facility


Investment in the development of dentistry is one of the strategic objectives of Medicover Healthcare Services. The company has regularly expanded the availability of its dental services through increasing the number of facilities in new locations as well as acquisition of dental companies. As of 1 September, the network of centres will be further extended to include a new Medicover Stomatologia centre at Aleje Jerozolimskie 96.

According to the report of the Watch Health Care foundation, an average waiting time for dental care in the public healthcare system exceeds nine months. The outlays on dental treatments amount to merely 3% of the National Health Fund, NFZ’s budget. Statistically, it is PLN 47 per a Pole. That is why Poles’ expenditure on dental care amounts to over 50% of their total spending on healthcare.

The development of dentistry within Medicover Healthcare Services is focused on ensuring a wide availability of dentists for patients who have medical packages and for those who are not under a regular care at Medicover, as well as on providing the best technology solutions.  

Under the Medicover brand, we introduce high-investment technological solutions and innovations that enhance and facilitate diagnostic processes and treatments and at the same time increase patients’ comfort. One example is the new dental centre at Aleje Jerozolimskie 96 equipped with four modern dental rooms. The facility is distinguished, among others, by its photographic laboratory where advanced equipment of high parameters and resolutions allows for the analysis of the patient’s facial features. Therefore, when treating the patient we can also take the procedures’ aesthetic effects of into account.

Wioletta Januszczyk, Managing Director – Dental & Vision Services Medicover Polska

At the moment, Medicover Healthcare Services operates 76 dentist rooms that provide comprehensive services in the area of: implant dentistry, prosthetics, orthodontics, conservative dentistry, diagnostic X-ray tests and pantomography.

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