Skip to content

Communiqué

The Communiqué is distributed monthly via email to AAE members and supporters. Its mission is to promote communication among AAE members, leaders of the AAE, ABE and AAE Foundation, and AAE affiliate organizations; encourage coordinated activities; inform the membership of developments in the endodontic specialty and dental profession; and raise awareness of AAE events, products and services. The AAE Membership Services Committee serves as the Communiqué Editorial Board.

We want to hear from you! Submit questions, story ideas or letters to the editor to communications@aae.org. To view and print the full text of the current Communiqué issue, click here.

For advertising policy questions, please refer to the AAE's Advertising Guidelines and Acceptance Policy page.

Becoming Global Leaders in Endodontics

At this year’s AAE20 meeting we are offering an exciting new program! The AAE will be hosting the very first International Endodontic Forum at AAE20 in Nashville in hopes of stimulating opportunities for  international collaboration.

Read More

Leadership Slate 2020

The AAE General Assembly and District Caucus Meetings will take place on Friday, April 3, 2020. All members are encouraged to attend these events to participate in AAE’s governance process, network with colleagues, and hear updates on AAE, Foundation, ABE, and JOE initiatives.

Read More

Guidelines for Medication-Related Osteonecrosis Jaw: An Update

The medical use of bisphosphate drugs, both I.V. and oral, along with other antiresorptive and antiangiogenic drugs for the treatment of cancer and osteoporosis, has increased rapidly over the past 20-plus years. There is increasing awareness of these drugs’ possible adverse side effect of Bisphosphate-associated Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (BONJ). This is a severe adverse drug reaction, consisting of progressive bone destruction in the maxillofacial region of the patient.

Read More

Tooth Autotransplantation: A Proven Therapeutic Option

Dental autotransplantation entails extracting a tooth from its original site to place it in an edentulous zone, whether it is a post-extraction socket or a surgically prepared socket. (1). This technique was developed as a therapeutic option for teeth loss due to trauma, decay or congenital tooth agenesis, yet fixed dental prostheses and, above all, dental implants, saw its use decline among clinicians.

Read More

Discussing the Modified New Case History Portfolio Exam Requirements With ABE President Asgeir Sigurdsson

We recently discussed with ABE President Asgeir Sigurdsson the modification to the Case History Portfolio Exam and how the change came about.

Read More

American Association of Endodontists Announces its 2020 Award Winners

The AAE is announcing the recipients of its highly prestigious awards to formally be presented at the Association’s annual meeting in Nashville this April.

Read More