News & Announcements
ABE President Dr. W. Craig Noblett describes the dedication and purpose one undertakes when pursuing Board certification.
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.
A hot topic within the dental community has been the process by which the dental specialties are recognized. What does Board certification really mean to end-dentists and the specialty?
Board certification is not only a personal accomplishment, but a way of showing respect and gratitude to your profession, endodontic training program and the faculty members who mentored you along the way Read three different perspectives on becoming a Diplomate.
Digital Case History Exam Videos
Introducing our Video Tutorial Series on our Digital Case History Submission Process
Visit our Vimeo Page to view the videos.
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!