Endodontic Considerations for Dental Trauma

Featuring Judy McIntyre, DDS
Moderated by Sonia Chopra, DDS

Earn 1 CE when you attend this live, virtual training


In this free training, you’ll learn how to…

Identify different types of dental trauma.

Monitor the long-term effects of trauma.

Discover alternative dental trauma treatment modalities.

Wish you knew more about how to handle trauma cases?

Dental trauma cases are notorious for throwing dentists for a loop. They can have a complex and far-reaching impact across a patient’s oral health… especially when they impact young patients whose mouths are still growing and changing.

In dental trauma cases, it’s so important that you know how to make proper diagnoses, recommend treatment plans, and educate your patient on what they can expect.

That’s why Dr. Sonia Chopra is teaming up with fellow endodontist, Dr. Judy McIntyre, to help you brush up on your trauma knowledge — and teach you something new!

Training Objectives:

  • Increase awareness regarding several different types of dental trauma, their considerations, long-term sequelae, monitoring schedules, and relation to endodontics.
  • Introduce alternative treatment modalities when dental trauma occurs, especially for children and growing patients.

Meet Your Instructors…

Dr. Judy McIntyre, Presenter


Dr. McIntyre experienced dental trauma firsthand as a young child. Despite the traumatic dental injury, she had positive experiences at the dentist, and this cemented her passion to become a dentist, herself.

She attended the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where she performed research on dental unit waterline biofilms. After graduation, Dr. McIntyre attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her endodontics residency. Alongside renowned researchers in the field of endodontics, traumatology and pediatric dentistry, her thesis and research regarding traumatic dental injuries (her true passion and great interest) was published in numerous professional journals.

Dr. McIntyre opened her own office in 2016 and has been active in organized dentistry. She is passionate about sharing her love for dentistry, trauma and endodontics.

Dr. Sonia Chopra, Moderator


Dr. Chopra has dedicated her career to saving teeth. She is a Board-Certified endodontist and founder of E-School: Everyday Endo Made Easy. She is a practicing endodontist with over a decade of experience and her own practice in Charlotte, North Carolina.

She decided to become an endodontist after discovering firsthand, as a dental patient, the power to save teeth.

Dr. Chopra has taught hundreds of dentists how to hone their endodontic skills, and one of the modules within E-School is dedicated specifically to dental trauma.

She believes in the importance of accurate diagnosis and taking time to educate patients, both of which are particularly important in dental trauma cases. She is looking forward to introducing you to Dr. McIntyre, who specializes in these types of cases.

Register for

Endodontic Considerations for Dental Trauma

with Judy McIntyre, DDS, and moderated by Sonia Chopra, DDS

Earn 1 CE credit upon attending this live, free training.

Wednesday, March 3, 2021, 8:30pm EST