Annual Meeting

Registration is now open!

Get excited for AAE19 by visiting the welcome website hosted  by Tourisme Montréal! AAE President Dr. Patrick E. Taylor, AAE19 Program Chair Dr. Alan S. Law, and AAE19 Local Liaison Dr. Raphael R. Garofalo already got a preview of everything Montréal has to offer when filming our lively preview video.

Grab your passport and get ready for AAE19 in Montréal!

Passports are required for U.S. citizens to enter Canada. Please be sure yours is up-to-date and will be valid at least six months beyond the date of the meeting.
Attendees from other countries are encouraged to check the visa requirements early as well. Requirements, fees and processing times vary depending on the country from which you are traveling.
Helpful travel information can be found on the AAE19 meeting website.

Jean-Talon Market
Located in the Little Italy district, Marché Jean-Talon is a year-round farmer's market and foodie destination.

Botanical Garden
On 75 hectares, the Montréal Botanical Garden presents a remarkably diverse array of plants to visitors in all seasons.

Notre-Dame Basilica
Built in the Gothic Revival style and situated in the historic district of Old Montréal, the Notre-Dame Basilica is a must-see.

Parc Jean-Drapeau
The unique Parc Jean-Drapeau, renowned for its diverse cultural and sports programming, is a perfect getaway, only five minutes from downtown Montréal!

Mount Royal
Mount Royal is a small mountain in the city of Montréal and is home to one of the city’s largest greenspaces, Mount Royal Park.

Old Montréal
Take in buildings dating back to the 17th century, cafes, bistros, and several shops along picturesque cobblestone streets.

Throw your clubs in the car – or even the metro! There’s no shortage of quality links to choose from for avid golfers and beginners alike.

From stylish brunch spots to classic French cuisine, Montréal’s burgeoning food scene makes it a continental culinary champion.

Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, the city's oldest and largest museum, and check out Montréal's Museum of Contemporary Art.

Presenting at AAE19

The presentation submission period for AAE19 is now closed.

The Annual Session Planning Committee invites all members to submit a presentation to be considered for AAE19 in Montréal. Presenting at an annual meeting provides you with the opportunity to share your knowledge with your peers and increase your visibility in the AAE.


The AAE strives to provide its members with the highest quality in continuing dental education. The course material must be relevant and presented in a professional manner within the allotted time. All AAE sessions will be educational in content and free from commercial or promotional bias.


The AAE is searching for presentations that fit into one of the below educational tracks or topics.

  • Outcomes
  • New Technology, Innovation
  • Pulpal and Periradicular Disease
  • Pain
  • Trauma
  • Resorption
  • Regeneration
  • Education/Research
  • Advanced Clinical Techniques

Direct questions about the submission process to the AAE Meeting Services Department at 800-872-3636 (U.S., Canada, Mexico) or 312-266-7255, ext. 3006, or by sending an email to

Save the date and plan to attend these future annual meetings!

April 1 – 4, 2020
Music City Center

April 21 – 24, 2021
Georgia World Congress Center

April 27 – 30, 2022
Phoenix Convention Center

The AAE is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider, a recognized provider in California (#2030), Florida (#PP0049), and with the Academy of General Dentistry (#4401). ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The AAE designates this activity for up to 28 continuing education credits. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to ADA CERP at

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