The Canadian Chapter of the American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP) was founded at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the AACP held in Denver. At that time, the goal of the founding Canadian members was to create a network of support and collaboration for Canadian dentists and to facilitate the sharing of an increasing amount of knowledge of craniofacial pain across all regions of Canada. Very soon afterwards, sleep breathing disorders were included because of their inseparable connection to pain.
Our 1st Conference was held in 2007 and continued every year and here we are this year at our 10th Conference! This growth and success would not have been possible without the loyalty and generous support of our Vendors, many of whom have been with us from the very beginning.
AACP Vision Statement
The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain will continue to be the organization promoting advancement of knowledge in Craniofacial Pain, Temporomandibular Disorders, and Dental Sleep Medicine by providing a common ground for clinical practice and research to professionals for the benefit of the public.
AACP Mission Statement
The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain is committed to the relief of craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders and dental sleep related disorders and supporting the advancement of education, research and dissemination of knowledge and skills in these areas.
Guiding Principles, Values and Beliefs
The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain believes that:
Yule Chen, D.D.S
Immediate past president
Edmund Liem, D.D.S.
Janice Goodman, D.D.S.
Lawrence Freedman, D.D.S.
Laura Petconi, D.D.S.
Amelia Deliakis, D.D.S.
The Canadian Chapter of the
American Academy of Craniofacial
Pain (AACP) was founded at the 2007
Annual Meeting of the AACP
held in Denver. At that time,
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AACP Canadian Chapter
Burnaby, BC V5H 4M4