Currently Dr. Margaret Czajewski works as a clinical dental researcher who is quite well-known throughout the greater Chicago area in part because she is working on several extremely important and life-altering developments that could move the dental profession forward in many important ways. For example, she has contributed a lot of very important work to the development of a patented process for surgical bone regeneration. This is a process that would be of great benefit to those performing general practice dentistry, as well as periodontics.
Dr. Margaret Czajewski also is playing a key role in the development of a new patented technology related to skin rejuvenation and she is in leading clinical trials for Alma Lasers in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, using that company’s latest skin rejuvenation technology. Dr. Margaret Czajewski’s long career in dentistry has been marked by a significant amount of experience at all levels of her profession. For example, from her general dental practice in Elgin, Illinois, which she operated for two years, she performed procedures such as root canals, periodontal work, surgical extractions and preventative screenings; whatever was necessary to treat patients. Dr. Czajewski also provided patients with a variety of facial aesthetic cosmetic dental services, including injectable fillers and Botox. For four years, Dr. Margaret Czajewski managed a full-service cosmetic dentistry practice with three locations and she operated Gentle Care for Adults and Children for 10 years, from several Chicago area offices.
Margaret Czajewski is also well educated, as a graduate of the Loyola University School of Dentistry, where she earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1993. She also has published many studies, including, “Clinical changes in the gingival as a result of at-home bleaching,” in Compendium, and “The effects of bleaching application time on the dental pulp,” which was published in the Journal of the American Dental Association.