For the most part, Dr. Margaret Czajewski is a clinical dental researcher based in the greater Chicagoland region. To date, Dr. Czajewski has accumulated more than 15 years’ experience in general and cosmetic dentistry, but she can also point to a number of important professional achievements in the area of dental research. She has published many of her studies, especially the early ones, like “The effects of bleaching application time on the dental pulp,” which was published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, and “Clinical changes in the gingival as a result of at-home bleaching,” which was published in Compendium.
Dr. Margaret Czajewski is currently leading the research on a number of very important developments that could serve to move the dental profession forward in some significant ways. For example, she is currently leading the development of a patent for general practice and periodontics that would create new methods of surgical bone regeneration, and she is also playing a key role in the development of a new patented technology related to skin rejuvenation. Dr. Margaret Czajewski has also achieved a strong reputation as a philanthropist, as well. Dr. Czajewski holds lifetime membership in the Chancellor’s Society of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, a leading regional research institution and university.
She believes strongly in the power of education. Dr. Margaret Czajewski is a graduate of the Loyola University School of Dentistry, where she earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1993. Besides her important research work, Dr. Czajewski also makes sure she is always caught up with her continuing dental education. She maintains a busy schedule in that area because she knows it’s extremely important to stay current with the latest technologies and procedures.