Torun, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
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Bellastoma as a dental practice was established in October 2006 in a building in ul. Matejki 63 in Toruń. In response to the growing interest in our institution and above all for the sake of quality of service, and the comfort and convenience of our patients, we decided to move our practice in Marc... Learn more


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Szosa Chełmińska 84/86 87-100 Torun, Poland


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Bellastoma as a dental practice was established in October 2006 in a building in ul. Matejki 63 in Toruń. In response to the growing interest in our institution and above all for the sake of quality of service, and the comfort and convenience of our patients, we decided to move our practice in March 2012.

Currently, Bellastoma occupies the second floor of the building Dom Zdrowia (House of Health) at ul. Szosa Chełmińska 84-86 in Toruń. In a large area, there are six modern dental surgeries, fully equipped with medical equipment and materials.

In a separate part of our clinic we have created a specialized treatment unit which houses an operating theatre with adjoining rooms where patients undergo preparation and can have a rest. The theatre makes the conducting of complex surgical and implantological procedures possible, also with full general anaesthesia.

We give priority to the high quality and comprehensiveness of our services which range from diagnosis to prevention, conservative treatment, aesthetic dentistry, and implantology.

Our passion is keeping up with the latest trends, with particular emphasis on the aesthetics of the teeth. Dentists working in our practice are highly qualified specialists in their fields; they are continuously improving their practice at various courses in Poland and abroad, especially at Dr. Maciej Żarow's clinic in Kraków. We work closely with the AKD GmbH clinic in Vienna. In addition, we have a world-renowned specialist Dr. Waldemar Festenburg who comes to us as a consultant in the field of implantology.

In the interests of your safety and the quality of our service we have separate diagnostic labs where, in addition to digital cameras for taking panoramic and intraoral pictures, there is also a computer tomograph. It is a state-of the art diagnostic camera featuring the most accurate imaging technique.

We invite you to avail yourselves of our services.

Nearby places

The Old Town, Torun, UNESCO

The Old Town, Torun, UNESCO Distance: 966 m

Torun is one of the oldest cities in Poland. The medieval old town of Torun is the birthplace of the astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus.

In 1997, the medieval part of the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 2007, the Old Town in Torun was added to the list of The Seven Wonders of Poland. National Geographic Poland rated the old town market and the Gothic town hall as one of the '30 Most Beautiful Places in the World.'
The Old Town Hall, Torun, UNESCO

The Old Town Hall, Torun, UNESCO Distance: 1.43 km

The works of art and historical artefacts were collected in the spacious interiors of the museum. It is divided into various exhibitions presenting, among others, sculptures and sacred paintings, created from the middle of the 14th century to the beginning of the 16th century, craftwork from the Middle Ages as well as modern times, architectural fragments and details, arms and fittings, woodcarvings and paintings and goldsmith’s works. There are also some curiosities: the gallery of portraits of Polish kings by diffrent artists and the beautiful intarsia door and furniture. Unquestionably, it is also worth seeing the Skriwilno treasure with its Renaissance and Mannerist jewellery and silver dishes and table utensils.

The Old Town Hall is a part of The Medieval Town of Torun (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Artus Manor House, Torun, UNESCO

Artus Manor House, Torun, UNESCO Distance: 1.49 km

This stately building on the south side of the City Market is associated with the so-called St. Georges Brotherhood, a mysterious 'Businessman's Club' from the Middle Ages. Here, meetings of the rich and influential created many of the weird and wonderful tales among gossips of Old Torun.

Artus Manor House, standing on the south side of Torun Old Market, comes from 1891. It was built on the place of the former gothic Artus Manor House according to Rudolf Schmidt's Renaissance project. In recent years it has undergone a general renovation.

Today, it is the seat of Artus Manor House Culture Centre. A big concert hall and ballroom and other, smaller rooms were renovated following the example of 1891. In the former Artus Manor House the treaty to end The Thirty Year's War between the King Kazimierz Jagiellonczyk and the Order of Teutonic Knights was signed in 1466. Here, the second Torun Treaty, or The Second Torun Peace, was made.

Artus Manor House is a part of the Medieval Town of Torun (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Copernicus House, Torun, UNESCO

Copernicus House, Torun, UNESCO Distance: 1.56 km

If Egypt is associated with the pyramids and Paris with the Eiffle Tower, then Torun has to be associated with the place of birth of Copernicus. Hence you can't miss the house where the famous astronomer was born.

Contrary to appearances, the presented exhibitions are not only focused on Copernicus himself. You can also take part in an audio-visual presentation with a model of 15th century Torun to better appreciate the history of the city. When you visit the interiors you will also learn about the life of the middle-classes in old Torun. You also can't miss the Torun gingerbread exhibition. Visitors can see the processes and products used in gingerbread production.

Copernicus's House is a part of The Medieval Town of Torun (a UNESCO World Heritage Site).
The Graduation Towers, Ciechocinek

The Graduation Towers, Ciechocinek Distance: 20.03 km

The Graduation Towers in Ciechocinek are a unique monument of the 19th century. A wooden structure, they are the biggest of their type in Europe. They are used as a therapeutic inhalatorium by patients and visitors of the health resort.

These three monumental brine graduation towers are located in the centre of Ciechocinek and they are the most distinctive attraction of this city. They were built on the initiative of Stanisław Staszic, a feature writer and reformer of the Enlightenment and at the beginning they were used to evaporate water from springs rich in brine to obtain table salt. However, it was quickly discovered that the therapeutic aerosol resulting from the evaporation, rich in iodine, has a beneficial impact on many diseases.

The graduation towers are similar in shape to a horseshoe. They are 1741 m long in total and 15.8 meters high. They are supported by approximately 7000 oak stilts dug into the ground, on which a spruce and pine structure is built, filled with blackthorn down, where the brine flows.
When inhaled by strollers, the salutary mist around the graduation towers has an excellent effect on the respiratory tract and lowers blood pressure.
Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport

Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport Distance: 40.37 km

Bydgoszcz Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport is a Polish regional airport in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland.

It lies only 3.5 km (2.2 mi) from the city centre. It is the ninth largest airport in Poland in terms of passenger traffic. The airport served 279,536 passengers in 2011.
The Bydgoszcz Central Railway Station, Bydgoszcz

The Bydgoszcz Central Railway Station, Bydgoszcz Distance: 42.26 km

The Bydgoszcz Central Railway Station is the principal railway station serving the city of Bydgoszcz, the largest city and co-capital of Poland's Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.
The Narrow-Gauge Railway  Museum, Wenecja

The Narrow-Gauge Railway Museum, Wenecja Distance: 60.52 km

The Narrow Gauge Railway Museum in Wenecja (Polish Venice) near Znin (Poland) is an open air museum collecting and exhibiting steam locomotives, passenger and freight cars, trolleys, railwaymen's tools, signalling equipment, contents of an old waiting room and old maps.

Biskupin Distance: 62.85 km

In the 1930s, a 2700-year-old wooden village of the Lusatian culture was discovered on a peninsula of the Biskupin Lake. The historical mysteries of the village were explored one by one by archaeologists, who concluded that it had consisted of 11 streets and 100 long houses with a population of 1200. Nowadays, Biskupin is opened for tourists all year long; the museum consists of an open-air section with a reconstructed fragment of the settlement with a characteristic gate and 13 cabins, and a large indoor section with a number of exhibitions. In this, Central Europe’s largest open-air archaeological museum, the visitors may experience with their own eyes a way of life of centuries ago.


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