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Detroit Dental Company Opens Doors in Berkley, Michigan

Facial injections like Xeomin and Juvederm can help improve facial balance and symmetry in addition to replacing lost volume and minimizing the appearance of wrinkles.

BERKLEY, Mich. (PRWEB) January 09, 2020
After five years in group practice, Berkley dentist Dr. Diora Kashat, DDS, has opened her own dental office. Detroit Dental Company replaces Brookline Dentistry, a family dental staple in the area of more than 30 years. Dr. Alan Cirilli, DDS, prior owner, remains an integral part of DDC.
“I’m thrilled to be practicing in the Royal Oak area, and couldn’t be happier to have Dr. Alan Cirilli, DDS, remain a part of the practice. Together, we’re able to provide patients with the absolute best possible care plans,” says Dr. Diora Kashat.
In addition to offering general dentistry services to patients of all walks of life, Dr. Kashat is happy to offer custom cosmetic treatments, like Invisalign and in-office CEREC crowns and restorations.
Dr. Kashat is also an AAFE trained non-surgical injector, helping patients improve more than just their smile. She’s certified in Botulinum Toxins, Dermal Fillers, and TMJ/Orofacial Pain Trigger Point Injections.
“Facial injections like Xeomin and Juvederm can help improve facial balance and symmetry in addition to replacing lost volume and minimizing the appearance of wrinkles. When you couple that with a beautiful, straight smile, our patients really love their results and feel wonderful about themselves.”
For a limited time, new dental patients can book a checkup and cleaning visit with Dr. Kashat for just $99.*
*Terms and conditions apply, please contact practice for full offer details.
About Dr. Diora Kashat—
A native of Clinton Township, Dr. Diora Kashat attended the renowned University of Michigan Dental School before completing her residency in New York at Jacobi Medical Center. Dr. Kashat believes in bringing patients custom, effective and respectful oral health care in a judgement-free environment. Learn more about Dr. Kashat when you visit DDC.

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The Henry Ford Offers Free Field Trips to Every 4th and 5th Grader in Detroit Public Schools with $10 Million Grant from the Ford Foundation

We want to ensure that our region, our state and our country can successfully compete with any other in terms of innovation, ingenuity and resourcefulness. All children should have the opportunity to activate their own innovation journey.

DEARBORN, Mich. (PRWEB) December 10, 2019
The Henry Ford received a $10 million grant from The Ford Foundation to assist in making the 90-year-old institution more accessible to all regardless of backgrounds or barriers, it was announced today by Patricia Mooradian, president and CEO.
The Ford Foundation Equity Initiative will focus on accessibility and inclusion with a concentration on three key areas–Education, Community Engagement and Infrastructure Improvements.
The grant will allow The Henry Ford to, over the next five years, fully engage 40,000 4th and 5th graders enrolled in the Detroit Public Schools Community District with free field trips to the institution and help the organization zero in on all middle schoolers in DPSCD to learn from and have free access to The Henry Ford’s digital Innovate curriculum.
“It is critical, more than ever in today’s society, that all students hone the habits and mindsets of innovators and entrepreneurs,” said Patricia Mooradian, President and CEO of The Henry Ford. “Young people are eager to make their mark in this world but aren’t always given the opportunity. We want to ensure that our region, our state and our country can successfully compete with any other in terms of innovation, ingenuity and resourcefulness. All children should have the opportunity to activate their own innovation journey.”
In addition, the Ford Foundation Equity Initiative will help The Henry Ford:
Create accessible environments on the 90-year-old institution’s campus. The Henry Ford will work to address the renovation needs of its facilities such as restrooms and others amenities to accommodate guests with a wide range of abilities, as well as their family members and companions.
Build upon the destination’s sensory-friendly programming and tactile tours.
Create partnerships with universities both regionally and nationally to inform students from diverse backgrounds of internships and apprenticeships at The Henry Ford that, as a result, might help build a diverse workforce of tomorrow in the cultural sector.
Increase the reach of The Henry Ford’s Youth Mentorship Program to provide even more opportunities and critical support for at-risk high school students.
Welcome historians, thought leaders, civic leaders and every day Americans to regular “town halls” at The Henry Ford during which lectures and discussions will take place on key topics of the day.
“I am thrilled to partner with The Henry Ford with an investment in the futures of young Detroiters with this Equity Initiative,” Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation. “I believe strongly in the revitalization of the city of Detroit and it is the youth, with their creativity, innovation, and dedication, who will continue the upward trajectory and leave their own legacy. But we must ensure every child has an equitable opportunity to do just that.”
About The Henry FordLocated in Dearborn, Michigan, The Henry Ford, a globally-recognized destination, fosters inspiration and learning from hands-on encounters with artifacts that represent the most comprehensive collection anywhere focusing on innovation, ingenuity and resourcefulness in America. Its unique venues include Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Greenfield Village, Ford Rouge Factory Tour, Benson Ford Research Center and Henry Ford Academy, a public charter high school. Together with its online presence at thehenryford.org, its national television programs, The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation and Did I Mention Invention? and other resources, The Henry Ford helps individuals of all kinds to unlock their potential and help shape a better future. The Henry Ford advanced its role as a catalyst for change in education with the acquisition of The STEMIE Coalition, a growing affiliation of organizations dedicated to fostering innovation, invention and entrepreneurship in students, K-12. With STEMIE, The Henry Ford hosts the National Invention Convention and Entrepreneurship Expo (NICEE) and makes innovation learning curriculum accessible to educators and students worldwide.
About the Ford FoundationThe Ford Foundation is an independent, nonprofit grant-making organization. For more than 80 years it has worked with courageous people on the frontlines of social change worldwide, guided by its mission to strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty and injustice, promote international cooperation, and advance human achievement. With headquarters in New York, the foundation has offices in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

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