“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.
AAE members around the country and beyond took part in the 11th annual celebration of Root Canal Awareness Week, May 7-13, featuring the “Superheroes of Saving Teeth” theme, emphasizing that the advanced training, specialized techniques and superior technologies of endodontists provide patients with the best care to save their natural teeth.Read More
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.Read More
As a practitioner, educator or resident, you may find your role includes a great deal of sleuthing to find and treat the source of dental pain-or support dentists in their difficult cases. This fall, the AAE will help you develop and refine your detective skills at Insight Track: Diagnosis and Decision Making.Read More
Activity in the AAE’s digital channels was a mixed bag in April. While our main social channels – Facebook, Twitter and YouTube – saw above average growth, there were declines in website traffic and advertising activity on Google.Read More
Live 3-D surgeries, new ideas and trends in endodontics, and practical solutions to puzzling conditions were among the highlights of AAE17 in New Orleans.Read More