Treating the Medically Compromised Patient

We know that dental anxiety alone can result in increased blood pressure, syncope, irritability and diaphoresis. However, underlying medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes and thyroid abnormalities, etc., may also be associated with the same manifestations.

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Indications for Replantation and Recommended Techniques

What was once thought of as a procedure of last resort, replantation is a procedure that has been performed successfully for decades, with a success rate of 89.1 percent.

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Cone Beam CT Interpretation

Cone beam computed tomography has become an important tool in the diagnostic imaging spectrum of endodontics and is one of the most discussed topics within the endodontic specialty today.

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Recognizing Potentially Malignant Oral Disorders and Oral Cancer

Endodontists and dentists can be a first line of defense in spotting oral disorders. Inspection of all the soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity should be routine practice — not only to detect oral potentially malignant disorders or oral cancer, but also any other disease in the oral cavity.

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AAE’s Endodontic Competency White Paper Now Available

Recognizing that there are great variations in general dentists’ endodontic training in dental school, as well as their knowledge, competence, experience and performance of endodontics in private practice, the AAE developed an Endodontic Competency White Paper to describe the requisite skills required by all dentists, whether recently graduated or experienced.

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Help Patients by Updating Your Online Profiles

A consistent online presence is an important way to build your practice and reach more patients. More people are going online for information about health care providers.

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Medical Emergencies: Are You Really Prepared?

An endodontist’s office may see just a few patient medical emergencies, but the doctors and staff should always be prepared and train for emergencies on a regular basis.

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Navigating Crazy Cases

In its first month, several hundred AAE members have visited the AAE’s new online community, AAE Connection. One goal the Association has in creating the space is for members to share case reports and clinical experiences.

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Sharpen Your Skills: Five Keys to Better Business

Just as clinical skills are essential for becoming an endodontist, business skills are critical to succeed as a practice owner. That has always been true, but business knowledge has taken on even greater importance over the last 10 years as the competition for new patients has intensified. Endodontists need to be more business-savvy than in the past. Here are five practical things steps you can take to bolster your business knowledge-and results in 2017.

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The Guidelines for the Methodology of Cracked Tooth

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