I finished my studies at the Faculty of Medicine of the Jagiellonian University Medical College in 2013 and left – as it later turned out – my native Krakow for good. I did my postgraduate internship at the Institute of Dentistry of the Medical University of Lodz. During this period, I learned to use a microscope and never wanted to part with it again (as well as with Lodz).
In my practice, I make every effort possible to defer the need for tooth extraction, namely I specialize in endodontic treatment. It is more commonly known as root canal treatment. You can call it a second chance for the root structure – life after life. A tooth after root canal treatment and proper restoration is given another opportunity to serve for many years. I specialize in difficult cases, including endodontic re-treatment (re-endo), removal of broken instruments, and closure of perforations. The use of a microscope in everyday work allows me to see key details invisible to the naked eye in a treatment field of a few millimeters. In my daily practice, I’m guided by the principles of comprehensive dentistry, focusing on the individual needs of each patient. I believe in minimally invasive treatment and evidence-based dentistry (EBD). I’ve been a founding member of the STEM Microscopic Endodontics Association since 2019. I constantly improve my qualifications by actively participating and exchanging experiences at scientific conferences in the field of endodontics.