Dr. Dudek is a native of Czestochowa, Poland. Now lives with his Family in Torun, Poland. He came to Zabrze to attend Silesian Medical University, and he was admitted to the Dental School of Medicine, where he graduated near the top of his class. Then he was admitted to the Oral and Maxillofacial department in St. Barbara`s hospital (Regional Traumatology Centre). During his work, he completed over 3000 oral surgery and implantology procedures. While there, he also did original research in the area of oral surgery and cardiology, and he defended his doctoral thesis: Platelet function in patients treated with acetylsalicylic acid in the aspect of dental surgical procedures. Dr. Dudek continues this research panel to the present, with publication in the country and international journals. He is also a diplomate oral surgeon (passed specialization state examination). He is scientifically connected as a volunteer with the Department of Histology and cell pathology in Silesian Medical University. He continues research in the area of dental surgery, implantology, with particular emphasis on the odontogenic cysts and tumors of the jawbone in the surgical and histological aspects.