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Publications & Research

The AAE’s publications and research lead the specialty and are globally recognized. Use the information below as a guide as you explore the resources featured in this section of the website.

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Journal of Endondontics

The official journal of the AAE, the JOE, publishes scientific articles, case reports and comparison studies evaluating materials and methods of pulp conservation and endodontic treatment.

Current Issue

View the June issue of the Journal of Endodontics, the premier journal for the endodontic specialty.

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JOE Mobile App

Stay connected to the JOE on the go.

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JOE Publication Award

2019 winners, plus information on how to make a nomination.

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The Communiqué is distributed monthly via email to AAE members and supporters.

Infection Control in Regenerative Endodontic Procedures

The traditional treatment of immature teeth with necrotic pulps relied on apexification procedures involving long-term calcium hydroxide Ca(OH)2 treatment with multiple visits or on one-step apexification placing an apical plug of a mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA).

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Not Your Typical ‘Back in the Day’ Story

Recently, I have had the opportunity to listen to several outstanding presentations regarding the clinical practice of endodontics and I can sincerely say, I wish I were starting all over again!!

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Spooky Stats and a ‘Teeth’giving Date Worth Saving

Part of the fun of Halloween is being afraid – very afraid – but, it turns out at least one of the public’s top fears is unfounded. As part of the AAE’s Worth Saving campaign, we recently conducted a survey in light of Halloween on some of the most common fears. Results showed more people (59%) are afraid of getting a root canal than speaking in public (57%), spiders (55%) or being trapped in an elevator (54%).

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The AAE strives to deliver professional advancement and personal fulfillment to its members through research opportunities and scientific resources. The Research and Scientific Affairs Committee guides the Association’s efforts in this arena; they also collaborate with others to ensure that members receive cutting-edge information about developments across dentistry.