The Paper Point, is an e-newsletter designed specifically for residents and young endodontists by the Resident and New Practitioner Committee. It delivers timely news, helpful hints and general information of importance to young endodontists.
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In this new article series, The Paper Point aims to help our resident new practitioner members cope with the challenges of our new reality by sharing stories by Resident & New Practitioner Committee members and other young endodontists navigating these times. We are proud to showcase our first column by committee member Dr. Zahabiyah Tsiamwala !Read More
By Treloar & Heisel Once again, the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) in collaboration with Treloar & Heisel is proud to offer its no-cost professional liability policy to recent graduates of endodontic residency programs. Applicants have to be new to practice and a member in good standing of the AAE. The offer covers the first…Read More
Compiled by Dr. Moein Sadrkhani Dr. Adetaye Adeseye is a UCLA resident who was recently interviewed about his journey to endodontics. His story is an inspiring one. Get to know him here: The Paper Point: Dr. Adeseye, thank you for accepting our interview request. Tell us about yourself, Adetaye. Dr. Adetaye Adeseye: My name, Adetaye,…Read More
Compiled by Dr. Moein Sadrkhani This issue’s New Practitioner Spotlight features former Resident & New Practitioner Committee Chair Dr. Helen Meyer. Read on for her thoughts on the current pandemic and her road to endodontics. The Paper Point: Let’s start by addressing the big elephant in the room. How are you dealing with the COVID-19…Read More
As financial planners, we have always stressed the importance of building a financial future on a solid foundation. When speaking with clients who are new to our practice, our first question is: “how healthy are your emergency reserves?” And by that we mean: “how much cash do you have on hand?” We always suggest having at least three to six months of living expenses in a money market or similar account, where it is liquid and accessible.Read More