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Take a deep dive into 3D printing Jan. 27-29. Register for Winter Conference

As an AAO member, you play a part in presenting a unified voice that advocates for the health and safety of orthodontic patients, and supports the orthodontic specialty.

We are here to stand up for you as you strive to do what is best for your patients, your career and the practice of orthodontics. The AAO community is here to give you the resources and support you need.

Join the AAO.

Experience the advantage our supportive community can bring to your practice, your career, and your life.
Explore the benefits of membership.

Report non-orthodontists.

In most jurisdictions, dental practitioners must complete postdoctoral training from an accredited program in order to advertise themselves as a specialist. Use this form if you believe a practitioner does not meet these qualifications.

Represent the future of orthodontics with the AAOPAC.

The AAO Political Action Committee (AAOPAC) was established in 1994 to serve as orthodontists’ voice in Washington by supporting federal candidates whose views are consistent with the goals of the specialty. With your help, our collective resources can ensure the interests of orthodontists are represented at the federal level.