2022 ACP Eastern Region Private Practice Prosthodontist Award
The American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) honored Dr. Paulette P. Paulin with the Private Practice Prosthodontist Award for the Eastern Region of the ACP at the 2022 Annual Awards & President’s Dinner held at the 52nd Annual Session of the ACP on Nov. 4 in Austin, TX. This award recognizes private practice prosthodontists who have made outstanding contributions to the advancement of the specialty of prosthodontics, through prosthodontic practice, enhancing the public’s understanding of the role of a private practice prosthodontist in comprehensive oral health care as well as exemplifying collegiality and cross discipline outreach, or exemplary community service.
“I am humbled to have received this distinction from my peers. As a young dental student, I never imagined that one day I would be receiving such accolades.” Dr. Paulin said, “The award is a distinct honor and represents to me the culmination of many years of education and training. It also represents the extraordinary impact that the profession of dentistry has had on my life and those that I have had the privilege to treat over many years. This profession and specialty have given me the opportunity to change the lives of countless individuals in ways that I never imagined would be possible when I was first introduced to dentistry.”
Dr. Paulette Paulin attended the University of Pittsburgh College of Arts and Sciences to earn her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. After completing undergraduate studies, Dr. Paulin attended the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine where she earned her Doctorate. She continued her education at the University of Pittsburgh to earn a scholarship and her certificate in prosthodontics. Dr. Paulin has served as President of the Pennsylvania Section of the American College of Prosthodontists. In her tenure as a prosthodontist, she also served as a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh and remains in Pittsburgh serving patients in her private practice.
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