How it got started!
In the first installment of "Savers", the Association’s very own Dr. Louis I. Rossman sat down with Jilliann Wilcox, senior art conservator with Philadelphia's Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts, to learn more about what it is that she saves -- and also talk teeth. To watch this video and more, visit aae.org/worthsaving.
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Since launching Worth Saving, traffic to the Association’s patient site increased!
|AAE Patient Website Users||Q4 2018||Q1 2019||Q2 2019|
|Worth Saving Campaign Launched||Deployed Additional Tactics|
|Total Patient Site Users||255,578||276,583||360,147|
|% change in users from prior quarter||8%||30%|
|% change in users since campaign launch||41%|
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Stats are from January 2019 through June 2019
“The Charles River Esplanade is one of four national landmarks in a contest started by the American Association of Endodontists in an effort to recognize the importance of natural preservation.”
“Percentage of millennials who ranked teeth as the No. 1 thing they would save or maintain about their body, compared to baby boomers' preference for saving their eyesight, according to a survey conducted by the American Association of Endodontists: 24”
The AAE produced professional videos to truly get into the spirit of what's "Worth Saving" and to get to know some other "savers" out there who work to save, preserve and revere something.
We all know endodontists specialize in saving teeth. But to truly get into the spirit of treasuring what's "Worth Saving", we wanted to get to know some other "savers" out there who work to save other things that are worth preserving and revering.
In this first "saver" video, our very own Dr. Louis E. Rossman sat down with Jilliann Wilcox, senior art conservator with Philadelphia's Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts to learn more about what it is that she saves -- and also talk teeth.
Worth Saving Articles
CU School of Dental Medicine Division of Endodontics Seeking Area Volunteers for Access to Care Initiative
CU School of Dental Medicine Division of Endodontics (Aurora, Colo.) would like to partner with AAE members to help their adult patients (18 or older) who are contemplating extracting a tooth because of financial constraints.Read More »
On Nov. 18, the AAE provided more than 50 endodontic treatments (namely root canals) to patients in need in the Boston area. The services were given in collaboration with the endodontics departments at all three Boston dental schools: Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Department of Endodontics; Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Division of Endodontics; and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Department of Endodontics.Read More »
Endodontist survey also finds majority unable to identify safest Halloween candies for teeth CHICAGO — Part of the fun of Halloween is being afraid –…Read More »
American Association of Endodontists’ Web Traffic Surges Since Debut of Worth Saving Awareness Campaign
CHICAGO – Traffic to the American Association of Endodontists’ (AAE) patient website aae.org/patients increased 41 percent since the launch of the Association’s “Worth Saving” campaign.…Read More »
CHICAGO – The American Association of Endodontists (AAE) is encouraging members and patients alike to vote for their favorite of four urban landmarks. The contest…Read More »