The American Board of Orthodontics (ABO) certified or recertified 96 examinees who participated in the Clinical Examination February 26 through March 1, 2014, in St Louis.

The complete list of examinees who completed the Clinical Examination is available on the ABO website.

The certificate issued by the ABO signifies a certification of attainment. It does not confer any legal qualification, privilege, or license to practice orthodontics, the organization states. Additionally, the certificate is not a professional or academic degree. In essence, board certification is a process by which an individual orthodontist is voluntarily examined by his/her peers as to orthodontic knowledge and clinical skills, says the ABO.