Oral Health Can Affect Your General Health
St. Lawrence Dentistry focuses on treating inflammation in gums because it affects your vascular health. For many years doctors have...
St. Lawrence Dentistry makes every effort to save compromised teeth. However, sometimes it is necessary to remove a tooth and replace it with a dental prosthetic. Two main ways of replacing a missing tooth are a dental implant or a fixed bridge. A dental implant is a titanium screw implanted into the jaw bone onread more
A dental bridge is a custom made way of replacing missing teeth. It joins an artificial tooth to adjacent teeth or dental implants. The bridge restores your bite and helps keep the natural shape of your face. As the name implies, implant-supported bridges use dental implants to make a dental bridge when no natural teethread more
Short dental implants are used at St. Lawrence Dentistry when there is minimal bone available for their placement. Minimally invasive implant dentistry looks at the existing bone volume available for implant placement and the eventual support needed for dental crowns. Instead of focusing on trying to add more bone by grafting, Dr. Hawryluk Jr. looksread more
Residents of Mississauga are increasing wanting a long-lasting and natural feeling tooth replacement they may need. Dental implants have become the premier choice for any tooth replacement thanks to a host of recent technological advancements. Ensuring the success for of implant therapy begins at the time of a tooth extraction. When a tooth is removedread more
One of St. Lawrence Dentistry’s key focus areas is jaw bone preservation and its rebuilding. Bone can be lost in the mouth for a variety of reasons. The two biggest are bone loss as a consequence of a tooth removal and gum disease (periodontal disease). The most important items in Dr. Hawryluk’s bone building armamentariumread more
The first step of planning to restore your dentition with dental implants is to ask one of the doctors at St. Lawrence Dentistry whether they could be a good treatment for you. Below are some of the most common questions patients ask us about dental implants. What are dental implants? Answer: Dental implants are theread more