Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Dr. Grazyna Wolf

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Originally from Poland, Dr. Grazyna Wolf received her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree there in 1987. She continued her studies and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1995. Dr. Wolf has established practices in Mississauga and Milton, where she works with her husband Wally. Wally is an administrative manager. Dr. Wolf enjoys many aspects of dentistry, and has a particular passion for cosmetic and prosthodontic dentistry. A member of the Ontario Dental Association, the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario, and the International Association of Orthodontics, Dr. Wolf keeps her skills and knowledge up to date through course work and as a member of several dental specialty study groups, including the Crown and Bridge Study Club and the Periodontal Associates Study Club. A mother of two children, Heather and Patrick, she enjoys spending time with them, traveling, listening to music, and also taking part in outdoor activities such as hiking and walking.
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Dr. Grazyna Wolf

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