Articles posted by Dr. Allan Hawryluk

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Transforming Daily Routines: A Guide to Protecting Your Pearly Whites

Welcome to our latest discussion at St. Lawrence Dentistry, where we delve into the intricacies of maintaining optimal oral health—a cornerstone of overall well-being. Today, we focus on the seemingly innocuous habits that might clandestinely sabotage your dental health. The Hidden Culprits in Your Snack Drawer: Do you find yourself reaching for those sticky, sugary

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The Marvel of Microscopes in Modern Dentistry: A Glimpse from St. Lawrence Dentistry in Mississauga

Nestled near the picturesque shores of Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence Dentistry, led by Dr. Hawryluk, offers a unique dental experience combining technology with comfort – and yes, we have free parking! A  shining example of our commitment to excellence is the use of Global Dental Microscopes, the cornerstone of our practice. Why a Microscope? In

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Fluoride Varnish: A Sparkling Boost for Your Dental Health – Right Here in Port Credit, Mississauga!

Welcome to a brighter dental future with St. Lawrence Dentistry in the scenic Port Credit district of Mississauga, near the serene Lake Ontario! Under the guidance of Dr. Hawryluk, we’re excited to share how our fluoride varnish treatments can transform your dental health. What is Fluoride Varnish? Fluoride varnish is not just a treatment; it’s

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The Lymphatic System and Dentistry: A Vital Interconnection

The human body is an intricate network of systems, each contributing uniquely to our overall health. Among these is the lymphatic system, an integral part of our immune system that significantly intersects with dentistry, although often overlooked. Today, we delve deeper into this connection to uncover the lymphatic system’s role in oral health. Understanding the

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Tonsil Stones Decoded: Navigating Your Oral Health

Tonsil stones, or tonsilloliths, are calcifications that form within the crevices of the tonsils. When not calcified, these aggregations are known as chronic caseous tonsillitis (CCT). At St. Lawrence Dentistry, we frequently encounter these during our oral assessments. While the primary role of the tonsils is to trap inhaled pathogens, these structures are not without

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The Journey to Mars: Pioneering a New Phase of Humanity and Dental Care in Space

As humans prepare for the magnificent first journey to Mars, we witness dentistry’s remarkable progress in advancing oral health on Earth. Humanity is almost ready to take initial steps toward interplanetary exploration. First, however, we must solve novel challenges, including addressing dental care during long-term space travel. The voyage to Mars represents a historic moment,

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