American Association of Endodontists


We live in a disposable, all-things-recyclable era. Yet some things are truly worth saving, preserving and revering. Take our teeth, for instance: a gateway to nutrition, a sign of emotion, a signal of overall good health. Our natural teeth are worth saving. And no one is better equipped to do that than an endodontist. The American Association of Endodontists, founded in 1943, is a not-for-profit organization of endodontists and other professionals worldwide with an interest in endodontics. Endodontics was recognized by the American Dental Association as a specialty of dentistry in 1963. The AAE currently has more than 7,500 members worldwide. The AAE serves as the primary source of continuing education in endodontics for its members, the dental profession, the public and others. As an educational and social medium, the AAE Annual Session attracts endodontists and other dental professionals from around the world to exchange ideas and learn the latest endodontic techniques and research. Smaller educational conferences are offered around the United States. This avenue keeps endodontists up-to-date on the art and science of endodontics so they can provide the highest standard of patient care. Natural teeth are worth saving, and endodontists have the expertise to save them. Visit today.

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