Dr. Chiappetta is a life-long resident of Kenosha and has been providing dental services in the area since graduating from Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1978.
Combining his deep-rooted commitment to the area and the expertise he has gained through his extensive continued education and clinical experience, you can be assured that the treatments he recommends are based on your long-term health needs, as well as your personal goals and expectations.
Dr. Chiappetta has taken extensive advanced courses in the study of occlusion, endodontics, dental implants, periodontics, and cosmetic/ esthetic dental techniques. He has completed the Implantology Continuum at Harvard University, the Aesthetic Continuum from Case Western Reserve University, the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum in San Francisco, and graduated from the LV Institute for Advanced Dental Studies where he studied advanced dental esthetics. Dr. Chiappetta is a diplomat of the international dental implant association.
He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a Fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry, a Fellow in the American College of Dentists, and a Fellow in the Academy of Dentistry International. Dr. Chiappetta is a member and past president of the Kenosha County Dental Society. He served as a regional director and was on the board of trustees for the Academy of General Dentistry.
Dr. Chiappetta is sought after to teach other dentists how to use the CEREC process – crowns in one visit. He has taught dentists from across the nation how to utilize this technology and how to create an end result that fits extremely well, is durable, and minimizes the amount of time the patient must have in the dental chair.
After graduating from The University of Iowa College of Dentistry in 1990, Dr. Crowe-Haugstad practiced in Elgin, IL, during which time she opened her own practice. After ten years she sold the practice to her associate in order to make the move to Kenosha. Dr. Crowe-Haugstad joined the Library Park Dental team in 2001.
Continuing education and membership in dental associations keeps Dr. Crowe-Haugstad informed and up-to-date about new technology and techniques. She is a member of the American Dental Society, the Wisconsin Dental Society, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the Kenosha Dental Society and the Kenosha Implant Study Club.
Dr. Crowe-Haugstad has participated in numerous advanced continuing education courses on CEREC, dental sleep apnea therapy, Invisalign, dental implant restoration and esthetic dental techniques.
As a general dentist, she offers various dental services but has a special interest in esthetics. With her artistic skills and attention to detail, Dr. Crowe-Haugstad is able to create beautiful smiles. Another special interest that Dr. Haugstad has is sleep apnea treatment which is an alternative for the C-Pap.
She and her husband, Dr. Bradley Haugstad, moved to Kenosha in 2001. They have two children, Martin and Grace. Dr. Crowe-Haugstad’s leisure pursuits include gardening, water sports, and cooking.
Give Back A Smile
Dr. Chiappetta is a volunteer dentist for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) Give Back a Smile program. This program assists victims of domestic abuse with rebuilding their lives and dignity by providing free restorative care for broken and damaged teeth. The Give Back a Smile program and its volunteers give the survivors of abuse a reason to smile.
Smiles for Life
Smiles for Life is a program that raises funds for seriously ill, disabled and under-privileged children in our community and around the world. From March through June, funds received from whitening procedures completed at our office are donated to the Smiles for Life program. Discus Dental, makers of ZOOM! Whitening, donates the whitening supplies and Library Park Dental donates their time so 100% of the proceeds go to charity. It is a wonderful opportunity for our patients to get a youthful, beautiful, white smile while helping children in need.