YOUR DENTAL HYGIENISTS
Agnes Osipow-Morawska and Sarah Foshay -Independent Dental Hygienists
Agnes Osipow-Morawska, RRDH
REGISTERED RESTORATIVE DENTAL HYGIENIST
Agnes Osipow-Morawska is a practicing Registered Dental Hygienist since 2003. She earned her Dental Hygiene Diplomas at George Brown College. She gained her experience working at various dental offices in Mississauga and independent clinics in Port Credit, Mississauga, St Thomas and Aylmer
She was always interested in helping people with gum problems so she obtained a certificate in Soft Tissue Management Program and Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy. It is her goal to attend continuing education programs to always be up to date with new knowledge about gum and bone disease.
She has an experience in Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy since 2008, helping many clients to improve their oral and overall health. Agnes is very happy to offer her clients her professionalism and experience in an alternative setting that is conducive with peace and relaxation.
Sarah Foshay, RDH
REGISTERED DENTAL HYGIENIST
Local Aylmer-area, born and raised, Low German & English-speaking Independent Dental Hygienist, Sarah Foshay RDH has been living and breathing dental hygiene since 2008. Her energy and enthusiasm for helping clients achieve oral health is honest and real and is exhibited in her dedicated client-base. Sarah’s professional experiences include providing dental hygiene treatment in both private dental practice and in public health. She has extensive experience working with children and dedicates a significant amount of time advocating for the right to affordable and accessible oral health care for people of all ages.
Sarah is passionate about total health, especially the prevention of disease through lifestyle and holistic-based living. Her interests include organic gardening, yoga, cooking, baking, travel, and long dinners with special friends and family. Sarah’s faith and family; husband of 20 years and 2 beautiful children are her source of support and joy.
Research has linked diabetes, heart disease, respiratory disorders, and premature/low birthweight babies to oral health.
The mouth is a window into the body and your oral health is linked to overall health.
Ontario Dental Hygenist Association (Article)