Tracking Toward the Mile High City

In a little over two months we will convene in Denver for AAE18 – our annual association meeting. The AAE annual meeting continues to be the most comprehensive endodontic education summit, vendor exhibition and networking opportunity in the world.

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Proposed Change to AAE Membership Requirements

After reviewing the 2017 Member Needs Survey results, the Constitution and Bylaws Committee made the recommendation to modify the AAE Bylaws by removing the requirement for membership in the ADA or its international equivalent.

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Warmest Wishes and a Wishlist

Dr. Myers shares his thoughts on giving and his hopes for the New Year in a special holiday message.

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What is the American Board of Endodontics?

Becoming a Diplomate of the ABE will help our specialty thrive for years to come.

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Reflections on Mentors and Our Members

If we follow a clear formula for success, collectively we can and will continue to maintain a bright future for the specialty of endodontics.

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Reinforcing Endodontic Emergency Preparedness

“Be prepared.” We’re all familiar with the Boy Scout adage. Preparing for dire circumstances is undoubtedly critical in times of catastrophe. It is also important in our line of work — when a patient is in extreme pain, for instance.

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The Mouse, the Orchestra and Endodontists

Fifteen years ago was when I first remember hearing the comment, “Endodontics? That’s a dying specialty.” Needless to say, this comment provided a spark and a wake-up call.

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Baseball, Endodontics and Strategic Planning

Over the past several months, the AAE Board of Directors has established new goals for the AAE and put into place an updated strategic plan for our association.

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Association Membership-What’s in it for me?

Most of you should have recently received a notice to renew your AAE membership for 2017-2018. It will probably not surprise you to know that I have already renewed mine for the coming year. But why should you renew your membership? Let me provide a little background before I discuss the value of AAE membership.

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Taking Control of Our Specialty

“The pessimist complains about the wind, the optimist expects it to change, the realist adjusts the sails.”
– William Arthur Ward Our specialty of endodontics has come a long way since I completed my residency program in 1991. Electronic apex locators, rotary files, the surgical microscope, bioceramic materials and cone beam CT are but just a few things that have not only raised the quality of endodontic care over the past 25 years, but they have raised the bar on what should be the standard of care for ALL dental practitioners performing root canal therapy.

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