As the global pandemic arrived in the U.S., the Foundation for Endodontics’ Board of Trustees was saddened and disappointed by the cancellation of AAE20 in Nashville. The cancellation made sharing the Foundation’s news and accomplishments with the endodontic community difficult and as such. As state shutdowns increased in longevity, shaky economies and difficult job markets created a sense of nervousness among endodontists who were eager to find PPE and return to their offices.Read More
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.
A year before social distancing became the norm, the AAE set out with an ambitious goal in mind, at AAE19 in Montréal: Record episodes of compelling podcast content from the exhibit hall floor. Some of you may remember walking by the studio!Read More
Dear members, It’s a new day for the AAE open forum community. June 9 marks our official transition to the full AAE Discussion Open Forum. I’d like to firstly thank you for your enlightening participation in our COVID-19 community these past several weeks. I hope you’ve found it useful. Although the pandemic has certainly taken…Read More
The era of COVID-19 is an unprecedented time that has affected multiple AAE meetings. Here is an update on events that were to happen in August 2020.Read More
The COVID-19 crisis has brought many new issues to our endodontic practices over the past few months. One thing that has not changed is the importance of dental coding. It is now more important than ever that endodontists are being reimbursed properly for work that has been done.Read More