The American Association of Endodontists and the Foundation for Endodontics value equality and inclusion, and we know that diversity keeps our specialty strong. We do not tolerate injustice or discrimination of any kind, and we applaud those who exercise their invaluable right to protest peacefully.
As purveyors of dental health, which in turn impacts overall health, we recognize we must play an active role in eradicating racism, which has a detrimental impact on health and exacerbates health inequities.
Part of the fun of Halloween is being afraid – very afraid – but, it turns out at least one of the public’s top fears is unfounded. As part of the AAE’s Worth Saving campaign, we recently conducted a survey in light of Halloween on some of the most common fears. Results showed more people (59%) are afraid of getting a root canal than speaking in public (57%), spiders (55%) or being trapped in an elevator (54%).Read More
The American Association of Endodontists continues to make great strides forward when it comes to creativity and communications excellence. The AAE is proud to announce it has received 27 MarCom Awards — its most awards in a single year to date — recognizing outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, design and production of marketing and communication materials.Read More
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
Susan Marquise has joined the AAE in the position of executive coordinator. In this role, Susan provides support to the executive office team.Read More
The Foundation for Endodontics would like to welcome its newest staff member Ruby Schucker to the position of major gifts manager, reporting directly to Assistant Executive Director for the Foundation for Endodontics, Aly Hall. Ruby is coming to us with more than seven years of experience in development leadership roles at nonprofit organizations, including Columbia…Read More
The Charles River Esplanade of Boston has won our landmarks contest! The contest spotlighted four natural locations from across the country and asked the public to vote on which landmark they felt was the most “worth saving”.Read More
Executive Director Ken Widelka recently became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). FACHE candidates must meet several requirements prior to sitting for the Board of Governors Exam, including healthcare-related continuing education, involvement in community/civic and healthcare-related activities.Read More
Leadership versus Management, I.Q. versus E.Q., creating culture through behavior. These topics were the subject of intense discussion in Chicago this March, as part of a one-day workshop which kicked off the AAE’s biennial Leadership Development Program. The program focuses on providing emerging leaders with: encouragement to engage with the AAE at various levels; skills…Read More
Save the date — or the entire month, rather — for Save Your Tooth Month! Sponsored by EndoVision and Sonendo, this month-long celebration is meant to remind us why our natural teeth are worth saving, and why the public should always treasure their natural teeth.Read More