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Study Aids

The College of Diplomates offers study aids in multiple formats that are important for your Board review for the ABE exams. Also, be sure to check the American Board of Endodontics’ website for current information on each of the exams.

The College of Diplomates makes no representation regarding the completeness, accuracy or timeliness of any information and data posted below or that such information and data will be error-free.

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Year Published ABE Exam Category Resource Contributor
2016 Oral Drs. Andre Mickel & Navid Khalighinejad
2015 Oral Dr. Matt Detar
2015 Oral & Case Portfolio Dr. Keith Krell
2014 Dr. Peter Z. Tawil
2008-2011 Written & Oral

It is recommended that you download and READ the contents of “Notes Regarding the Resource Disc (password protected, please see details below), FIRST to familiarize yourself with all of the contents to be downloaded. Also, see the new (February 2010) “Practice Oral Exams” in the “ABE Part 3 Oral Exam” section.

A username and password is required to access this resource, please enter the following case-sensitive credentials when prompted:

Username: COD
Password: study

Dr. Lester Quan

Other Past Contributions


Dr. Gary Matt

Medically Compromised Teeth


Literature Guide Through 1999

Noneditable PDF

Word Document

HTML


Evidence-Based Endodontic Literature Database

Website


Dr. Rebecca S. Prescott’s Trivial Pursuit
Photo Example 1
Photo Example 2
ABE Trivial Pursuit Key
ABE Trivial Pursuit Answers
Questions for ABE Trivial Pursuit
Template for ABE Trivial Pursuit

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A Guide to the Endodontic Literature

Authors Description     European Soc. Endodontology (1994 IEJ): Definition of Success: Clinical symptoms originating from an endodontically-induced apical periodontitis should neither persist nor develop after RCT and the contours of the PDL space around the root should radiographically be normal.     AAE Quality Assurance Guidelines Objectives of NSRCT (= nonsurgical root canal treatment) …

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