How to become a Specialist Member of the ESE
In order to become an individual Specialist member of the ESE, you need to provide documentation that you have certain skills/knowledge and/or training in Endodontology as well as being an individual member of one of the ESE member societies shown on the right. Please note that non-members are not eligible to apply for Specialist Membership
Applicants must be an individual member of a full member national society of the ESE. For a list of our full member societies click here.
There are 5 routes for applicants:
- Graduates from ESE-accredited specialist training programmes in Endodontology;
- Grand-parenting of existing specialists in countries where
Endodontics is recognised as a speciality and that have national
endodontic/dental societies affiliated with the ESE. That is:
Croatia, Israel, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom;
- Grand-parenting of existing de facto specialists;
- Mediated entry - where non-ESE-accredited training is considered equivalent to ESE-accredited specialist training;
- Mediated entry - no formal national recognition as a specialist in Endodontology but can demonstrate evidence of a major contribution to Endodontology through education and research.
To apply online click here.
The applications will be assessed by the ESE Membership Committee. Those individuals accepted as having fulfilled the requirements of a specialist member will be recommended to the Executive Board for entry on to the Specialist Members list. The decision by the Executive Board will be final and non-appealable.
To download a PDF with information on each application pathway click here.
The application fee for ESE Certified Members is 0 Euros
The application fee for Ordinary Members is 250 Euros
Membership runs from the 1st January to 31st December each year. The Specialist membership fee is €250 per year. Payment includes mandatory subscription to the International Endodontic Journal.
- The honour of being recognised as a Specialist member of the ESE;
- Ability to use ESE-specialist membership status (depending on local regulations) on CVs, practice documentation and signage;
- Reduced registration fee at ESE and other meetings;
- Personal details, if desired, available on the ESE website for the general public, general dentists and colleagues to access;
- Subscription to the IEJ at a reduced rate (if not already received through your National Society);
- Emails informing you of events and news of interest;
- Invitations to social events at ESE congresses;
- New members welcomed at ESE biennial conference;
- Support of ESE research, developments in education, Position Statement and Guideline development through the Specialist Membership fee;
- Networking with a group of ESE member colleagues;
- Invitation to biennial research and clinical meetings;
- Scientific oral session dedicated to this group at the biennial conference (potential);
- An elected ESE Specialist Member as representative of this group on Executive Board of ESE (potential).