News & Announcements
July 2, 2020 Due to the ever-evolving challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and the health and safety concerns for all involved, the ABE has made the difficult decision to postpone the October 2020 Oral Exam. Many factors were considered while making this determination, and you are certainly aware that we are not the only organization…
After significant evaluation, the American Board of Endodontics has decided to modify the Case History Portfolio Exam to a standard grouping of FIVE cases treated and documented by each Candidate rather than ten cases as previously required. This change is effective immediately, starting with the May 1, 2020 submission cycle. It is the new standard…
Discussing the Modified New Case History Portfolio Exam Requirements With ABE President Asgeir Sigurdsson
We recently discussed with ABE President Asgeir Sigurdsson the modification to the Case History Portfolio Exam and how the change came about.
American Board of Endodontics has decided to modify the Case History Portfolio Exam to a standard grouping of five cases treated and documented by each candidate, rather than 10 cases, as previously required.
CHICAGO—The American Board of Endodontics named new officers and members to its Board of Directors during the American Association of Endodontists recent annual meeting in Denver. They are: Scott B. McClanahan, D.D.S., M.S., President. Dr. McClanahan is a professor in the department of restorative sciences at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, where he’s…
Becoming a Diplomate of the ABE will help our specialty thrive for years to come.
Dr. Ian C. Grayson,a 62-year-old Toronto native, successfully passed the North East Regional Board examinations, attained a Fellowship in the Royal College of Dentist of Canada for endodontics and became a Diplomate of the ABE.
Digital Case History Exam Videos
Introducing our Video Tutorial Series on our Digital Case History Submission Process
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We offer heartfelt congratulations to our newest Diplomates.
Achieving Diplomate status requires many years of hard work and deep commitment to professional excellence; it is the ultimate recognition of an individual’s knowledge and expertise in endodontics. Congratulations!