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The President’s Message–Navigating Challenge and Change

Timothy C. Kirkpatrick, D.D.S. President, American Board of Endodontics   In 2020, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the ABE certified 112 new Diplomates! The dedication of these new Diplomates to the specialty of endodontics deserves the appreciation of all AAE members and is vital to the future of our specialty.  Congratulations! Along…

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March 2021 Oral Exam Full and Future Oral Exams Update

The March 2021 Virtual Oral Exam is now full. The limited spaces for this exam were filled by our Candidates previously registered for the March 2020 Oral Exam who had to defer due to COVID related travel restrictions. We know that there are many who are eager to register for upcoming exam cycles, and we…

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Registration is Full for the March 2021 Virtual Oral Exam

Due to the limited capacity for our upcoming March Virtual Oral Exam, and the number of Candidates we accommodated who had to transfer from the March 2020 Oral Exam due to COVID related travel restrictions, no additional seats are available for the ABE March 2021 Virtual Oral Exam and registration is closed.  Please be sure…

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March 2021 Oral Exam Update

As all of you know, the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to postpone the October 2020 Oral Exam. This was a very difficult decision for us but necessary at the time. We also have many factors to take into account when considering the March 2021 Oral Exam. The Board has explored all options and hoped that…

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Update Regarding the October 2020 Oral Exam

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…

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Changes to the Case History Exam

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…

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