AACD Accreditation & Fellowship

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AACD Accreditation & Fellowship

AACD Accreditation

AACD Congratulates the Accreditation Class of 2016!

AACD Accreditation

The Accreditation process, which was developed by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is the world’s most recognized advanced cosmetic dentistry credentialing program, encourages further education, interaction with like-minded colleagues, and the opportunity for professional growth. Accreditation requires dedication to continuing education and responsible patient care. Learn More.

AACD Fellowship

AACD 2016 Accredited Fellow

Fellowship is the second level of achievement available to American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry® members. The status of "Accredited Fellow" of the AACD is granted after completion of all requirements and is in accordance with the AACD's mission of education and excellence. Additionally, Fellowship provides a means for the Accreditation/Fellowship Committee to evaluate the continuation of clinical excellence and commitment to cosmetic dentistry by its Accredited members. Learn More.

American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry

The American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry (ABCD) is the credentialing authority of the AACD for the purpose of testing, analyzing, and evaluation of the services of dentists and laboratory technicians for the purpose of awarding AACD Accreditation in cosmetic dentistry.

Adamo Notarantonio, DDS Chair
Adamo Notarantonio, DDS
Chair

Michael Bannan, DDS Board Member
Michael Bannan, DDS
Board Member

David K. Chan, DMD  Board Member
David K. Chan, DMD             
Board Member


Julie Gillis, DDS, AAACD        
Board Member

Salvator Lotardo, DDS Board Member
Salvator Lotardo, DDS
Board Member

John Rowe, Jr. DDS   Board Member
John Rowe, Jr. DDS  
Board Member

Lauren Shanard, DDS  Board Member
Lauren Shanard, DDS           
Board Member










 

Lisa R. Weber
Staff Liaison
Director of Credentialing
     

Credentialing Photography Lighting Statement:

All photographs submitted for Accreditation and Fellowship examinations should be taken utilizing direct undiffused lighting sources (i.e., without using softboxes, pocket bouncers, filters, diffusers, etc.). Failure to employ proper lighting techniques may result in photographs that lack critical and subtle color, shape, and textural elements. Photographs that fail to satisfactorily show these natural and restorative elements may prevent the Accreditation Examiners from being able to adequately evaluate the case and will result in the case being failed due to improper photographic protocol.

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