The AAE offers members several free videos which can be used to educate patients about endodontic procedures and promote the benefits of the care from an endodontist.
Members are encouraged to download, embed and link to any of our videos.
Explore This Section:
- How CBCT Helps Endodontists Expose the Source of Tooth Pain
- Endodontists: the Superheroes of Saving Teeth
- Root Canals Aren't What They Used to Be
- Get up to Speed on Today's Root Canal
- Endodontic Surgery
- Root Canal Safety
- Root Canal Treatment
- Root Canal Retreatment
- Cracked Teeth
- Endodontists Put Root Canal Patients at Ease
- Endodontists: Partners in Patient Care
When to download?
Download the video files to be able to play them locally from a computer or tablet. The files can also be easily embedded into PowerPoint, often used for creating looping presentations that play within waiting areas. Often, the videos are viewed with the patient to provide a primer for additional questions.
When to embed or link?
Use the YouTube instructions to embed the videos throughout your practice website. This not only helps patients with their research, but also keeps them on your website. Link to the YouTube video when providing additional information to patients via scheduling emails or other electronic communications.
Types of Resorption
This video easily explains the process of resorption for our patients and the public. Viewers will learn about three different types of resorption, tooth structure dissolution and treatment options.
How CBCT Helps Endodontists Expose the Source of Tooth Pain
This video explains the benefits of using CBCT 3-D imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of dental disease. This video was produced by Dr. Kevin Kuo, endodontic resident at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Endodontists: the Superheroes of Saving Teeth
Learn how endodontists' advanced training, specialized techniques and superior technologies make them the best choice for root canal treatment to save your natural teeth. This video was produced by Dr. Kevin Kuo, endodontic resident at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Root Canals Aren't What They Used to Be
It’s not your grandfather’s root canal! Just like technology changes, so has root canal treatment.
Get Up to Speed on Today's Root Canal
Learn how endodontists, the specialists in saving teeth, use advanced technology and expert training to reinvent modern root canal treatment.
Learn how endodontists perform surgery to treat an abscess or infection and save your tooth.
Root Canal Safety
If your patients express concern about the safety of root canal treatment, show them this authoritative and informative video. In it, endodontists explain that claims about root canal treatment causing disease are based on out-dated theories, and help patients understand that millions of root canal treatments are completed every year, safely, effectively and comfortably.
Root Canal Treatment: A Step by Step Guide
Need a root canal? Don't be anxious. This informative video will walk you step-by-step through the procedure and explain how endodontists, the root canal specialists, can save your teeth.
Root Canal Retreatment Explained
Sometimes, a tooth that has had root canal treatment may not heal properly and another treatment is needed. Watch this video to understand how root canal retreatment can save your tooth and learn more about the endodontists who specialize in this dental procedure.
Understanding Cracked Tooth Symptoms and Treatment
Do you have a cracked tooth? Learn about the symptoms and how endodontists help patients avoid tooth extraction. It's important to treat a cracked tooth quickly, so the problem doesn't get worse.
Endodontists Put Root Canal Patients at Ease
Features interviews with root canal patients describing their positive, pain-free experiences, while endodontists explain what a root canal is and symptoms you may have if you need one.
Endodontists: Partners in Patient Care
Endodontists detail the positive relationships they have with their referring general practitioners and a general dentist talks about the importance of knowing his limitations. Both practitioners recognize that strong partnerships result in optimal dental patient care.