A Closer Look: Endodontic Outcomes Study Objectives

he National Dental Practice-Based Research Network is conducting an observational cohort study examining predictors of severe post-operative pain, and the frequency and source of persistent pain over 12 months.

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Successful Local Anesthesia: What Endodontists Need to Know

Patients in pain will be hard to anesthetize for a number of reasons. Currently, there is no simple solution to anesthetizing mandibular molars in patients presenting with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis

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AAE Connection: Coming Soon!

As the Chair of the Special Committee to Develop an Online Community, I’m excited to share with you that the AAE will be unveiling its new online community very soon!

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3-D Surgery Live, New Speakers Among Highlights of AAE17

As endodontists and professional staff, we have come to know and value the AAE’s annual meeting. Its top-quality educational sessions allow us to connect with friends and colleagues in attractive locations which draw many of us year after year.

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Honoring Excellence, Creativity and Hard Work: MarCom Awards

he AAE is proud to receive six MarCom Awards recognizing outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, design and production of marketing and communication materials.

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AAE Encourages Member Participation in Dental Research Network

By joining the National Dental Practice-Based Referral Network, endodontists can help to elevate their role in oral health care. The NDPBRN is conducting an observational cohort study examining predictors of severe post-operative pain, and the frequency and source of persistent pain.

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Analgesics: Balancing the Equation

“Take two aspirin and call me in the morning.” This decades-old statement was what many patients were “prescribed” by their doctor when complaining of a minor malady.

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Federal Court Decision Casts Doubt on ADA Specialty Recognition Process

A recent federal court decision in Texas, AAID v. Parker, caused undue concern among AAE members that general dentists will be able to advertise as specialists. The opinion in AAID v. Parker does not in any way permit such advertising. However, it will likely have a significant impact on the ADA’s process for recognizing specialties.

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