Are Regenerative Endodontic Procedures Working?
There has been an ongoing debate about Regenerative Endodontic (RegEndo) procedures and if they actually work. This ongoing debate stems from the success rates for this procedure, which varies. However, the question always remains: do we know everything about this procedure?Read More
2019 Interim Board Meeting Recap
The AAE Board of Directors held its Interim Meeting on September 5-6, 2019, in conjunction with the American Dental Association and FDI (World Dental Federation) World Dental Congress in San Francisco.Read More
Questions About Malpractice Insurance?
Here are a few we hear over and over again.Read More
Congratulations to Foundation’s Newest Fellow, Lorel E. Burns, D.D.S., M.S.
The AAE Foundation is pleased to name Lorel E. Burns, D.D.S., M.S., the 2019 Endodontic Educator Fellow! Dr. Burns is an instructor in the Department of Endodontics at the NYU College of Dentistry.Read More
Digital Outreach by the Numbers – September
Through the AAE website, social media channels, online advertising and digital resources, the Association educates the public about endodontics, helping them find specialists in their area, and provides shareable content for members and other dental professionals.Read More
Targeted Endodontic Microsurgery
Thirteen thousand years ago, a hunter-gatherer received treatment described in the Journal of Physical Anthropology as “…consistent with tool‐assisted manipulation to remove necrotic or infected pulp in vivo and the subsequent use of a composite, organic filling (1).” Were this not to have occurred during the Paleolithic Era, the use of a file for root canal treatment would seem uninteresting, although the obturation concoction of bitumen, vegetable fibers and hair might raise an eyebrow. But this was a stone file!Read More