Warranty:

  1. Light-cured filling – 3 years. Light-cured fillings in the tooth neck (cervix) area are covered by a 1-year warranty. In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 12-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 3 years – except for fillings in the tooth neck area). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the prosthetic consultant.
  2. Crown-root inserts – 3 years. In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 6-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 3 years). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the prosthetic consultant.
  3. Permanent prosthetic filling (crowns and traditional bridges as well as implants, veneers, inlays, overlays) – 3 years. In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 12-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 3 years). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the prosthetic consultant.
  4. Removable acrylic prostheses – 2 years. In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 12-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 2 years). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the prosthetic consultant.
  5. Movable frame prostheses – 3 years. In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 12-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 3 years). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the prosthetic consultant.
  6. Dental splints and relaxation splints – 1 year.
  7. Implants – 5-10 years depending on the implant system used and the anatomical conditions in the patient’s mouth (amount and type of bone tissue, comorbidities, oral hygiene, smoking, etc.). In case of any cavities in other teeth (e.g. the so-called support zones), we provide a 12-month warranty (once the other problems have been resolved, the warranty is extended to 5-10 years as appropriate). In case of bruxism, the warranty period is determined individually by the implantology-prosthetic consultant.

Warranty conditions:

  1. Check-up appointments every 12 months, during which the dentist performs a check-up inner-mouth examination and the dental hygienist performs professional cleaning of the teeth to remove tartar and plaque (ultrasound scaling, sand-blasting, polishing, fluoridation). IMPORTANT!!! We also accept check-up appointments involving professional, correct teeth cleaning performed outside MAGNADENT Dental Clinic if they are documented in writing – with certificates issued by the dentist.
  2. Maintaining dental hygiene at the right level, according to the instructions given by the dentist or dental hygienist. During professional teeth cleaning with plaque and tartar removal all our patients are trained in dental hygiene with the use of dental models.

The warranty does not cover:

  1. Endodontic treatment (root treatment) as the healing process of periapical tissues is unpredictable.
  2. Temporary works – fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, inlays, temporary and instant prostheses applied directly after tooth extraction.
  3. Works performed after informing the patient that such works are not covered by a warranty or that the warranty is limited, performed at the patient’s explicit request.
  4. Treatment of dental alveoli inflammation after tooth extraction.
  5. Treatment of dental pulp inflammation directly after a filling or prosthesis fitting.

Damages not covered by the warranty:

  1. Mechanical damage to natural or artificial teeth during endodontic treatment (e.g. between appointments)
  2. Traumatic damage (e.g. as a result of impact on the prosthetic crown or other accidental damage)
  3. Caused by natural bone shrinkage and changes in the periodontium
  4. Caused by bad oral hygiene
  5. Resulting from not following the dentist’s instructions with regard to looking after prosthetic fillings
  6. Resulting from a comorbidity which has a negative impact on the occlusal system (e.g. diabetes, osteoporosis, epilepsy, status post chemo- and/or radiotherapy)
  7. Caused by filling only part of cavities, which puts an excessive load on the prosthesis
  8. Caused by corrective treatments performed outside MAGNADENT