Local AACD Member Dr. Caitilin Martini to Attend World's Largest Continuing Education Program for Cosmetic Dentistry

April 2010 – Grapevine, TX – Dr. Caitilin Martini will attend the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry's(AACD) 26th Annual Scientific Session, in Grapevine, Texas from Tuesday, April 27 - Saturday, May 1, 2010. The AACD is the world's largest international dental organization dedicated to advancing excellence in the art and science of cosmetic dentistry through responsible esthetics, of which Dr. Catilin Martini is an active member.
Contemporary cosmetic dentistry is a comprehensive approach to total oral health care that combines art and science to achieve optimal dental function, health, and esthetics," said AACD member Dr. Caitilin Martini. "The annual AACD scientific session is the world's premier venue to get the in-depth training necessary to stay up-to-date in cosmetic dentistry adn ultimately provide the best care to patients in our community."

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Local Dentist Dr. Caitlin R. Martini, DMD Honored with Award from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation

May 2009 – La Mesa, CA – Dr. Richard Hagstrom, DDS of La Mesa, California, was honored with a Partners in Peace Award from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Charitable Foundation (AACDCF). The primary program of the AACDCF, Give Back A SmileTM (GBAS), assists survivors of domestic violence by providing free consultation and dental treatment to restore their lives and smiles. Dr. Martini was recognized by the AACDCF because she contributed $25,000 or more during the last fiscal year.

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Give back a smile and give back a life: Restoring the smile of a domestic violence survivor in Florida

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s (AACD) Give Back A Smile™ (GBAS) program is dedicated to helping the survivors of domestic violence. Dental services are provided to qualified survivors at no cost. The program hopes to raise the awareness of domestic violence by giving volunteer members of the AACD a chance to give to the community, while giving survivors hope for tomorrow by restoring their oral health.

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