Now Available - Resources for you!
With our new website update, there are some resources available to our diplomates that you may not have been aware of. Find out what you can now access!
OCE Registration Opening January 2
To those that are eligible, the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (ABPD) 2020 Oral Clinical Examination (OCE) application will be available on your ABPD dashboard beginning January 2, 2020 at 9 a.m. CST.
Dr. Paul Starkey
ABPD is saddened to share the passing of Dr. Paul Starkey.
Dr. Gerald (Gerry) Wright
ABPD is saddened to share the passing of Dr. Gerry Wright.
Congratulations, 2019 Board Certified Diplomates!
The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry would like to extend our congratulations to our 2019 New Diplomates for successfully completing the certification process.
Happy Thanksgiving 2019
We would like to wish you a happy holiday.
Pediatric Dentistry Today - One Diplomate's Journey
As our profession continues to thrive to approach our goal of 90% pediatric dentists being board certified, these individual journeys are what define our achievements.
The Importance of Safety in Pediatric Dentistry
To agree with the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, ABPD recognizes safety as an essential component of quality oral health care of infants, children, adolescents and those who special health care needs.
CE Credit Through ABPD
In order to enhance our Continuing Education (CE) program, ABPD applied for and was granted Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP) through the American Dental Association Commission for Continuing Education Provider
Share Your Accomplishment - How to Advertise Your ABPD Certification
You’ve worked hard to achieve Board Certification and should be proud of your accomplishment. Did you know – there is a right way and wrong way to announce and advertise your Board Certification?
Continuously Learning About Continued Certification
You might not know that the oldest dental specialty board, the American Board of Orthodontics (ABO), recently made a significant change to their certification process. The decades-old case presentations have now been replaced by an oral clinical exam