A clinical dental researcher based in the greater Chicago metropolitan area, Margaret Czajewski brings more than 15 years of experience in general and cosmetic dentistry to her work, along with a rich history of professional achievement. Among her various activities in the research arena, Dr. Czajewski is currently developing a patent on methods of surgical bone regeneration for general practice and periodontics. Further, she is developing a patent on skin rejuvenation, while also conducting clinical trials for Alma Lasers in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, using the company’s latest technology in skin rejuvenation. Aside from this work, Margaret Czajewski maintains a busy schedule of continuing dental education, through which she stays current with the latest technologies and procedures. A recognized 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.Previously, Margaret Czajewski spent two years operating a general dental practice in Elgin, Illinois, performing such procedures as root canals, periodontal work, surgical extractions, preventative screenings, as well as providing a number of facial aesthetic services using injectable fillers and Botox. Prior to founding her practice, Dr. Czajewski spent four years managing a full-service cosmetic dental practice with three locations. Margaret Czajewski also operated Gentle Care for Adults and Children for 10 years from offices in Lemont and Westmont, Illinois.A graduate of the Loyola University School of Dentistry, Margaret Czajewski earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1993. Dr. Czajewski’s early studies, titled, “The effects of bleaching application time on the dental pulp” and “Clinical changes in the gingival as a result of at-home bleaching,” were published in the Journal of the American Dental Association and Compendium, respectively.