Events and Education

Past events

Aug 15, 2024 Thursday

Examination

Examiner Application Deadline

 

  • To be considered as an examiner you must have been a Diplomate for at least 3 years and in good
    standing with the ABOI/ID.
    • Examiners will be chosen on a yearly basis with no term specified to service as an examiner. You may be
    selected as a proctor for the first year or two. As a proctor you will sit in on several exam sessions before
    being paired up with another examiner.
    • No examiner shall serve for more than ten (10) years, however in the case of an emergency, it will
    be at the discretion of the Part II Examination Chair to appoint an examiner.
    • Examiners are not compensated for their service as an examiner to the ABOI/ID. Examiners are
    reimbursed for their travel expenses and other reasonable expenses that are outlined in the ABOI/ID
    reimbursement policy.
    • If selected, you will be required to complete confidentiality agreement, conflict of interest and
    disclosure forms provided by the ABOI/ID.
    • To continue service as an examiner, you must resubmit an application every three (3) years.

If interested, please fill out the application and email it to diplomate@aboi.org

Examiner Application


Dec 1, 2024 Sunday

Examination

2025 Application Deadline

 

NEW For 2025

  • Candidate application, application and exam fees are due no later than December 1, 2024.
  • Part II Oral Exam Case Submission for approved candidates are due no later than January 15, 2025.
  • Approved candidates are now required to fist take and pass Part I-Written Exam before proceeding on to Part II-Oral Exam. Both exams cannot be taken in the same year.

2025 Candidate Application


Jan 15, 2025 Wednesday

Examination

2025 Oral Exam Case Submission Deadline

 

Click here for Case Templates


Mar 13–16, 2025 Thursday

Course

Board Review Course

 

This course is intended to be a comprehensive review of selected subject matter related to the assessment, treatment planning, surgical management, prosthodontic restoration, and maintenance of dental implants. The information in this course may prove helpful in preparing for the incorporation of dental implantology into a clinician's practice activities.
It should be noted that a three day review course is not intended to substitute for in-depth training in the discipline of oral implantology.  The content of this program may prove to be helpful as an adjunct in preparation for written and oral examinations where a clinical and theoretical knowledge base in oral implantology is necessary. 


Apr 16, 2025 Wednesday

Examination

Part I Written Examination

 

The ABOI/ID Written Examinations are conducted at PearsonVUE(opens in a new window)(opens in a new window) testing centers worldwide.


May 1–4, 2025 Thursday

Examination

Part II Oral Examination

 

The ABOI/ID oral examination consists of a combination of standardized cases where candidates will be guided through a case and asked questions.  The second part of the oral examination is where candidates will defend their own cases.  


Mar 12–15, 2026 Thursday

Course

Board Review Course

 

This course is intended to be a comprehensive review of selected subject matter related to the assessment, treatment planning, surgical management, prosthodontic restoration, and maintenance of dental implants. The information in this course may prove helpful in preparing for the incorporation of dental implantology into a clinician's practice activities.
It should be noted that a three day review course is not intended to substitute for in-depth training in the discipline of oral implantology.  The content of this program may prove to be helpful as an adjunct in preparation for written and oral examinations where a clinical and theoretical knowledge base in oral implantology is necessary. 


Apr 15, 2026 Wednesday

Examination

Part I Written Examination

 

The ABOI/ID Written Examinations are conducted at PearsonVUE(opens in a new window) testing centers worldwide.


Apr 30–May 3, 2026 Thursday

Examination

Part II Oral Examination

 

The ABOI/ID oral examination consists of a combination of standardized cases where candidates will be guided through a case and asked questions.  The second part of the oral examination is where candidates will defend their own cases.