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 focuses on treating inflammation in gums because it affects your vascular health. For many years doctors have studied the strong link between cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure, smoking, stress, diabetes, and obesity. Cardiovascular disease is a condition which narrows your blood vessels, which can lead to a heart attack or stroke.read more
Gum Disease (Periodontal disease) is a widespread condition that is often slow-moving and hard to detect outside a professional dental setting. It affects bone encompassing teeth and causes it to degrade. It is a higher cause of tooth loss than even dental decay. In many cases, it is not painful and goes unnoticed until theread more
St. Lawrence Dentistry recognizes the link between oral and total body health. In the last decade, there has been a concerted effort for the center for disease control to assess the prevalence of periodontal disease (gum disease) in the population. About 67% of North American adults had some form of periodontitis (gum disease). Studies haveread 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
Most Frequent Questions at St. Lawrence Dentistry For a month we kept track of the most frequent dental questions our valued patients asked us. Like any part of the body, there are some issues or facts about teeth that are frequently inquired about. Here are the most recurring questions at our Mississauga Dental Office: Whatread more