"Our mission is to exceed patients' expectations by combining art and science to provide complete world class esthetic dentistry."

Patient Experience

Once you have requested an appointment by either visiting our website, emailing us, or calling us by phone.

  1. If you have contacted us by visiting our website or email, you will be receiving a responding call to schedule an initial evaluation with Dr. Margaret Radziszewski.
  2. Once you have a date and time reserved for your consultation you will be receiving an email that will lay out your responsibilities in regards to being our patient.
    • Once you schedule an appointment we consider it confirmed, you may or may not receive calls to verify your attendance. Due to high demand of Dr. Margaret Radziszewski's time, should you fail your appointment or should you need to reschedule for any reason, the next appointment will have to be prepaid and is nonrefundable.
    • Your next step will be to complete a new patient registration package.
    • Please bring a picture ID or DL along with your insurance card (if applicable)
    • Please bring a list of all medications and supplements that you are taking to your appointment
    • Please be advised that this appointment can take up to two (2) hours.
    • Please forward any recent X-rays you wish to present to Dr. Margaret Radziszewski to our email Contact@dazzlingdentistry.com prior to your appointment. It is your responsibility to obtain those X-rays from your dentist.
    • Additional Parking is available at the back of the building, we kindly request you park in the second row of spaces.

Our office is open Monday through Saturday with hours that can accommodate almost any schedule. Please call our office at (773) 586-5040 or request an appointment online below.

Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Friday
Closed
Saturday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sunday
Closed

We proudly serve the following communities: Burbank, Bridgeview, Justice, Oak Lawn, Stickney, Hickory Hills, Palos Hills, Palos Heights, Palos Park, Chicago Ridge, Worth, Orland Park, Homer Glen, Burr Ridge, Willow Springs, Brookfield, Berwyn, Riverside, Willowbrook and Darien.

Our office is conveniently located on Archer Avenue just east of Harlem on the south side of the street. We are a few minutes off of the Harlem exit at I-55 for your convenience if you are commuting from the suburbs. Please click on the map to the right or enter your starting address below for personalized directions.

Patient Forms

Please click on the secure link below to fill out our new patient registration package. This information is required in full prior to your first appointment, which will not take place unless the forms are completed. By clicking on the link below you will be connected to a HIPAA compliant service where information transmitted from this page is encrypted and secure. Your data will never be used by anyone other than Dazzling Dentistry. If you have any questions or need assistance with any other forms please call us and we will gladly assist you.

Payments and Insurance

Our Payment Options

For your convenience we have multiple payment options available, accepting Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and CareCredit.

CareCredit is the healthcare credit card exclusively designed to finance healthcare services like dental care and orthodontics for you or your family. CareCredit offers special financing on purchases of $200 or more for healthcare procedures not commonly covered by insurance, including dental treatments. Plus, you can use your CareCredit card over and over for follow-up appointments.*

Insurance Benefits and Their Limitations

At Dazzling Dentistry our priority is making sure that you receive the highest level of dental care within a budget that you are comfortable with. To do otherwise would violate our commitment to you - a commitment we feel morally obliged to honor. We will outline all of your treatment options in phases, if necessary, and present all treatment fees in full detail. We will assess your dental insurance benefits, process and electronically file all insurance claims as a courtesy for you. We are committed to working with all of our patients to ensure that they are reimbursed to the max by their dental insurance, with reimbursement being sent directly to you. Please be aware that any remaining balance following the insurance payment is your responsibility as we are not "in network" for any dental benefits providers except Delta Dental Premier Plan.

Dental insurance benefits have not been increased for decades and usually have small limits that will not cover work beyond the scope of periodontal maintence and occasional cavity control. Most dental work easily exceeds these small limitations. But you can be confident that we, at Dazzling Dentistry, will always provide you with our best services without regard to the limitations imposed by your insurance coverage.

*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Visit www.carecredit.com for details.

Post Op Instructions

  • Avoid food and liquid containing coloring agents such as red wine, beets, coffee, tea, dark juices, or anything that would stain a white shirt for 48 hours after the whitening.
  • No smoking is recommended for at least 2 days after the procedure due to staining properties of tobacco.
  • Temporary sensitivity is possible for approximately 1-3 days. We recommend using fluoride toothpaste that can be purchased in the office.
  • It takes 1-2 weeks for the color to stabilize.
  • To maximize the effect of whitening procedure, after 2-3 day rest period, we advise the use Glo Pro Take-Home Kit. Total of 4 whitening sessions of 8 minutes each, sessions are recommended and can be done for few days. Later touch-ups can be done once a month.
  • *Ingestion of whitening gel is not recommended. In case of accidental ingestion, rinse mouth thoroughly and drink lots of fluids.
  • Use 1 G-vial per day. Each G-vial contains enough gel for four 8 - minute applications
  • The gel should be applied to the front walls on the teeth, only to the teeth visible to the smile
  • Use GLO for at least 5 consecutive days
    • - For best results do not skip days in between whitening.
      - If you start to experience some sensitivity, stop whitening for a day and resume whitening the next day.
  • Temporary sensitivity is possible for around 1-3 days. Fluoride toothpaste can be used for relief.
  • Whitening can be performed for up to 10 days.
  • Avoid food and liquid containing coloring agents as red wine, beets, coffee, tea, dark juices, etc.
  • No smoking is recommended for at least 2 days after the procedure because of staining properties.
  • It takes 1-2 weeks for the color to stabilize.
  • *Ingestion of whitening gel is not recommended. In case of accidental ingestion, rinse mouth thoroughly and drink lots of fluids.
  • Completed fillings are light cured, therefore eating and drinking is allowed immediately after the visit.
  • If dental anesthetic was used please be careful not to bite your tongue/ lip until numbness wears off (1-3 hours). Eating on the other side of treated teeth or waiting with eating is recommended.
  • In some cases, short term sensitivity may be experienced when tooth comes in contact with hot and cold or discomfort while biting down. If those symptoms don't go away within 24-48 hours, please contact the office.
  • During the procedure there was no nerve exposure but there is always a possibility of the need for root canal treatment.
  • During the root canal treatment until the tooth is fully restored, biting on the tooth should be avoided, especially gum and hard or sticky food.
  • Temporary pain is possible after the treatment, it may last 1-5 days. Please call the office with any concerns.
  • From the start of treatment until the final visit, a temporary crown will be placed to protect the prepared tooth.
  • Please avoid biting on the side of treated tooth/teeth, avoid chewing gum and eating hard food or food with seeds that can become lodged under the temporary crown (nuts, popcorn).
  • Teeth should be brushed at least 2 x day but please be gentle when flossing or using picks around treated teeth, do not pull floss up, gently pull one side out through the side.
  • If the temporary crown falls out please contact our office.
  • Please consider that we try our best to ensure ideal fit of the prostatic appliance, if it doesn't fit correctly, we will send it back to the lab, what may elongate the process.
In order to keep optimal durability of the restoration, good oral hygiene habits are necessary. Please remember of:
  • Brushing and flossing teeth (including the restoration) at least twice a day but ideally after each meal. For this purpose, it's recommended to use a toothbrush, preferably an electric one, floss, interproximal brushes, floss picks, SUPERFLOSS or water irrigators. Proper oral hygiene will prevent secondary decay. Teeth that are involved with restorations are most susceptible to decay.
  • Recare visits are essential, at least every 6 months in order to examine restorations, other teeth in the mouth, oral cavity, to remove plaque, tartar build up and for diagnosis of any risks associated with your smile.
Light sensitivity may be expected after the treatment. Please follow our instructions:
  • Eating on the other side of treated teeth or waiting for numbness to resolve.
  • Delicate and detailed brushing teeth at least 2 x day, preferably with electric toothbrush, as directed by the dental hygienist.
  • Using recommended interproximal brushes or floss at least once a day and medicated rinse twice a day for 30 seconds and abstaining from eating and drinking for 30 minutes after.
  • If the entire deep cleaning treatment was not completed it is very important to schedule remaining visits as close to each other as possible to prevent bacterial spread to the clean site in your mouth.
  • Coming in for the 3 month recare visits during which we will remove bacterial plaque and tartar build-up from areas inaccessible for the patient. Gum (periodontal) disease can be controlled only with regular 3 month visits to prevent tooth loss!
  • Bite on the gauze for 20 minutes, if bleeding is still present after removal; please place new gauze in the site of extraction.
  • Ice pack can be placed on the cheek by the area of removed tooth to minimalize swelling. Please place it on for 10 minutes and take it off for 10 minutes for a total of one hour.
  • No eating or drinking for 2 hours.
  • Please avoid drinking hot liquids and eating hot food on the day of treatment. Yogurt, ice cream and shakes are recommended.
  • In case of pain, pain killers can be taken.
  • Smoking is not allowed for 24 hours; it can lead to a "dry socket" (an infection of the wound).
  • The wound should not be touched, please refrain from using a straw and spitting after rinsing (just allow water or rinse to flow out) in order to preserve blood cloth that forms on the wound to protect underlying bone and nerves.
  • Proper oral hygiene should be practiced after the extraction.
  • In case of strong, long lasting bleeding please contact the office or your doctor.
  • Only everyday use can protect teeth from grinding. If the appliance is not used every night, it may eventually not fit due to rotation of teeth.
  • Appliance should be rinsed or soaked in hot water before inserting it in the moth.
  • We also recommend rinsing your mouth with warm water before inserting and removing night guard.
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste and water can be used to clean the appliance. Denture cleaning substances are also allowed.
  • Excessive material can be trimmed with scissors.
  • If the appliance is irritating gums, please contact the office.
  • Completed overlay is light cured, therefore eating and drinking is allowed immediately after the visit.
  • If dental anesthetic was used please be careful not to bite your tongue/ lip until numbness wears off (1-3 hours). Eating on the other side of treated teeth or waiting with eating is recommended.
  • In some cases, short term sensitivity may be experienced when tooth comes in contact with hot and cold or discomfort while biting down. If those symptoms don't go away within 24-48 hours, please contact the office.
  • During the procedure there was no nerve exposure but there is always a possibility of the need for root canal treatment.
  • Due to loss of tooth structure, to cover the cusps of the tooth in the best and least invasive way, overlay restoration was placed. In case of fracture, a crown might be recommended.

Frequently Asked Questions

The brand of the toothbrush is not as critical as the type of bristle and the size of the head. A soft toothbrush with a small head is recommended because medium and hard brushes tend to cause irritation and contribute to recession of the gums, and a small head allows you to get around each tooth more completely and is less likely to injure your gums. It's unnecessary to "scrub" the teeth as long as you are brushing at least twice a day and visiting your dentist at least twice a year for cleanings.
Generally, no. However, it's advisable to use a fluoride containing toothpaste to decrease the incidence of dental decay. We recommend our patients use what tastes good to them as long as it contains fluoride.
Flossing of the teeth once per day helps to prevent cavities from forming between the teeth where your toothbrush can't reach. Flossing also helps to keep your gums healthy.
Both bridges and partial dentures replace missing teeth. A bridge is permanently attached to abutment teeth or, in some cases, implants. A partial denture is attached by clasps to the teeth and is easily removed by the patient. Patients are usually more satisfied with bridges than with partial dentures.
No. While most teeth that have had root canal treatments do need crowns to strengthen the teeth and to return the teeth to normal form and function, not every tooth needing a crown also needs to have a root canal.
Physician-supervised teeth whitening systems such as Zoom!® and BriteSmile® are widely considered to provide the safest cosmetic dentistry treatments. Teeth whitening is a conservative method for completely making over your smile.
Dental sealants are a plastic coating painted on the grooved, hard-to-reach surfaces of the back teeth. Pits and fissures on these surfaces are particularly susceptible to tooth decay. Dental sealants can be used to seal out cavity-causing bacteria from damaging the teeth.
Because fluoride is effective in preventing decay from forming on the smooth surfaces of teeth, and dental sealants protect the grooves of teeth, these treatments are best used in conjunction.
Dental sealants are particularly effective for protecting children's teeth. The first permanent molars emerge when a child is about 6. A dental sealant treatment performed shortly after these first permanent teeth emerge protects the teeth from developing cavities. Another good time for applying sealants occurs when a child is about 12, when the second permanent molars emerge.
We may also recommend sealants for adults who are at a particularly high risk of tooth decay.
Following a few simple guidelines can help keep your child's teeth strong and beautiful for life:

Start oral care early
Oral care should start soon after your child is born. After feeding, clean your child's gums using gauze or a clean, damp cloth. As soon as your child's teeth appear - as soon as four months after birth - they should be brushed. Each day, brush your child's teeth with a soft, wet toothbrush and a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste.

Prevent nursing-bottle mouth
Nursing-bottle mouth, also known as baby-bottle tooth decay or baby-bottle syndrome, can cause a baby's front teeth to rapidly decay, which can lead to a lifetime of dental difficulties. Preventing nursing bottle mouth is easy: If you give your baby a bottle at nap or bedtime, simply fill it with plain water rather than formula, milk, or juice - never let your child fall asleep with a bottle filled with a liquid other than water. In addition, check your child for brown spots near the gums because they are a warning sign for tooth decay.

Take advantage of dental sealants
Dental sealants are a popular and effective way to protect your child's teeth against cavities.
Gum disease has several stages. The initial stage is called gingivitis and is an infection of the gingiva (gum tissue). In this stage, gums become red, swollen, and prone to bleeding. The underlying bone is unaffected. In later stages, however, gum disease can lead to bone loss and the loosening or even loss of teeth.
Gum disease treatment varies according to the stage of the disease. At its mildest stages, gingivitis can be treated by clearing plaque and tartar deposits from the gum pockets. Severe gum disease, on the other hand, might require treatment that includes bone and gum grafts.
Pain from sensitive teeth often comes and goes, but if you experience constant pain, you may have a more serious problem.
There are many effective treatments for sensitive teeth, including:
  • A soft-bristle toothbrush to prevent gum irritation
  • Toothpaste designed to insulate the nerve that registers pain
  • A fluoride rinse or gel
If you have sensitive teeth, visit Dazzling Dentistry to discuss your symptoms. We can help determine the cause of your pain and develop a course of treatment.
If periodontal disease is caught at an early stage (when it has not progressed beyond the point of gingivitis), it can be treated with scaling and root planing (removing plaque around the tooth and smoothing the roots' surfaces). If the disease progresses to a later stage, the patient may need surgical treatment, which involves cutting the gums, eliminating the hardened plaque build-up, and repairing the damaged bone.
Gingivitis is the inflammation of the gums around the roots of the teeth. It marks the early stages of periodontal disease, and it is characterized by red, swollen gums.
Anyone who is in danger of developing impacted wisdom teeth (third molars that only partially erupt or get trapped or stuck in the jaw) should have them removed so that they do not damage adjacent molars and cause other oral problems. In addition, anyone who is getting dentures should have their wisdom teeth removed.
Tooth decay and periodontal disease are the most common causes of tooth loss. Tooth decay takes place when most of the tooth's mineral makeup has been dissolved away and a hold (cavity) has formed. While tooth decay primarily affects children, periodontal disease, or gum disease, affects mostly adults. Periodontal disease is an infection of the gums caused by the buildup of plaque, and it's earliest stage is known as gingivitis.
Most dental professionals recommend that you brush your teeth at least twice a day. Brushing after every meal (and flossing at least once a day) is also a good way to maintain dental health.
A child should have his first dental appointment no later than his third birthday. Many dentists recommend a child have his first appointment when his first tooth comes in.
Tobacco (cigarettes, pipes, cigars, chewing tobacco, and snuff) is the most common cause of oral cancer. Combining tobacco use with heavy drinking can also foster the development of oral cancer. Bad hygiene, prolonged irritation of the oral cavity, and extended exposure to strong sunlight on the lips are among other causes of the disease. Many dentists believe vitamins A and E can help prevent the acquisition of oral cancer.

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