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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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AAE Communiqué

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 October 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

2020 winners, plus information on how to make a nomination.

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Communiqué

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

Member Spotlight: Dr. Sonia Chopra

AAE member Dr. Sonia Chopra is Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, practice owner of Ballantyne Endodontics in Charlotte, N.C, accomplished author and mom. The AAE’s communications team recently caught up with her to learn more about her experience during the COVID-19 pandemic and to learn more about her upcoming book. 

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The Endodontic Practice Future in a COVID-19 World

The advent of COVID-19 and the ensuing crisis has influenced almost every type of business including dentistry. And while we all hope that COVID-19 will not last too long, we realize that endodontists can’t waste time waiting for it to go away. They must move forward and prepare their practices for a faster, better, and deeper recovery in a COVID-19 world.

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Extra! Extra! AAE Featured on CNN.com and More!

Weeks after the AAE’s highly successful satellite media tour, the Association continues to make headlines , most recently on the phenomenon of cracked teeth amid COVID-19. 

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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.