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Detroit Based Dentist Hosts Seminar to Enhance Skills of Local Dental Professionals

Local Dentist Dr. Robert DiPilla, Along With Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) Awarded Scholarships to Six Local Dental Professionals to Further Develop Their Skills in Comprehensive Aesthetic Dentistry

DETROIT, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/14 -- Renowned aesthetic dentist, Dr. Robert DiPilla, DDS, FAGD, in conjunction with the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) hosted a series of courses in Detroit last month. Six handpicked local dentists were able to work side-by-side with the country's top dental professionals to fine-tune their skills in aesthetic dentistry.

Dr. DiPilla, supported by a panel of top instructors, trained the dental professionals in the most current restorative modalities, smile design, material science, occlusion, photography and business management. This unique hands-on course helps dentists to increase their clinical skills, as well as, become part of an elite group of dentists who work together to grow their practices, influence the lives of other colleagues and serve as future instructors.

"Our training approach will change how doctors feel about live patient hands on education. It will allow doctors to learn side by side with some of the best dentists in the world and have a support system they can call anytime for advice when they get back to their practice," stated Garrett Caldwell, CEO of the PAC.

With the endorsement of Dr. DiPilla, the Detroit area Program Director, PAC awarded a $400,000 scholarship to provide training at no cost to the participants. Dr. DiPilla selected colleagues that displayed a commitment to excellence in dentistry and are recognized as local leaders.

"This course was phenomenal from every perspective imaginable. The lectures were absolutely top notch, bringing us up to speed on everything from aesthetic fundamentals to material selection to lab communication etc...," noted Dr. Kevin D. Groth, a course participant. "The instructors were incredibly easy to approach and always willing to help. This helped create a team atmosphere among the participants and instructors because we were all learning and working together."

About Dr. Robert DiPilla
Dr. Robert DiPilla, DDS, FAGD practices in Birmingham, MI and is a graduate of the University of Detroit - Mercy. Dr. DiPilla attained a Fellowship for Dental Implants at the Harvard Club in Boston then became partner at the renowned Rosenthal Group in Manhattan. Known as "The dentist's dentist", Dr. DiPilla contributes regularly to nationally circulated trade publications, and continues to be recognized as a leader and expert resource in aesthetic dentistry. Dr. DiPilla has worked on my high-profile clients such as Kathy Lee Gifford, Wayne Gretzky and Sarah Ferguson among others. For more information please visit:

About Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC)
Created for dentists by dentists the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum (PAC) teaches the latest in comprehensive restorative dentistry finished aesthetically. The PAC awards scholarships to dentists all over the country so they are aware of the dynamic changes taking place in clinical dentistry. For more information please visit:

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