A new website from the American Association of Endodontists makes it easy for dental professionals and patients to get the information they need. Visitors can navigate to clinical information about treatment planning and regenerative endodontics, or patient education on dental symptoms and a step-by-step explanation of a root canal procedure. And thanks to the website’s new responsive design, a simple click of a button or tap of a finger gets visitors where they need to be.RELATED |Americans fear losing teeth more than getting flu or root canal “More frequently, people are accessing information on the go, and in the first six months of the year, more than one-quarter of visitors to the AAE website used a mobile device,” said AAE President Dr. Gary R. Hartwell. “Responsive design gives our visitors the best possible user experience whether they’re using a desktop computer, tablet, or smartphone.”RELATED |Don't tick off your endodontist -- 3 simple rules to make everyone's life easier! The new website now features a simplified, topic-based menu, with content reorganized for quick, intuitive searching. Looking to access the Journal of Endodontics? Visit Publications and Research. Find the AAE’s guidelines and position statements in Clinical Resources. And every page includes the Find an Endodontist search engine, allowing visitors to conveniently find a specialist near them. AAE members also have access to exclusive members-only content in the new Member Center, a broad collection of practice management resources and a robust and customizable experience in their myAAE membership portal. “The AAE’s vision is to exceed expectations and strive for perfection in our services to all dental professionals and the public. The new website will connect visitors with authoritative endodontic resources using the best available website technologies,” said Dr. Hartwell. “Through the AAE website and other digital communications channels, we hope to educate and support the dental community as well as patients with access to clinical newsletters, treatment planning information, patient education, and much more. The AAE site also allows visitors to share content through Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, subscribe to RSS feeds, and connect to the Association’s social media pages at Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Any outlets with an interest in endodontics, including clinical and patient information, are encouraged to link to AAE web pages to educate a wider audience about the importance of saving teeth. Questions about the new site can be directed to email@example.com.