Judy McIntyre, DMD, MS
Judy McIntyre grew up in sunny Los Angeles, CA, and she wanted to become a dentist ever since she was a little girl.
After high school, she attended Boston College, where she graduated Cum Laude majoring in English and Chemistry.
Dr. Judy McIntyre then attended the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with her DMD degree. During her years at Harvard, she performed research on dental unit waterline biofilms, in conjunction with a UCLA dental school professor; this research won many awards. After graduation, Dr. McIntyre obtained a coveted endodontics residency position at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 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.
Of note, she speaks fluent Spanish and enjoys treating children as well. Dr. McIntyre worked in private practice in the south before returning to Massachusetts in 2009 and eventually opening this office in 2016. She has proudly completed the Massachusetts Dental Society Leadership Institute, as well as the ADA Diversity in Leadership Institute. Presently, she serves on the AAE Board of Directors as co-Director of District I. She resides locally and enjoys travelling and spending time with her family and friends when she’s not in the office. Dr. McIntyre also lectures nationally on various topics including: pediatric dentistry in endodontics, endodontic procedures and diagnosis, dental trauma and its management, resorption and 3D Imaging.
She is passionate about sharing her love for dentistry, trauma and endodontics and is well published. A list of her publications can be found below.
McIntyre J. Redefining ‘Success’ with Regenerative Endo. Dentaltown. August 2019
McIntyre J. Transplantation. Dentaltown. Dec 2018
McIntyre JD. Surgical extrusion and endodontic treatment following dental trauma. Endodontic Practice US2018; Vol 11 (2): 33-38.
McIntyre JD. Surgical extrusion and endodontic treatment following dental trauma. Endodontic Practice UK2016; Vol 9 (3): 7-13. https://www.endopracticeus.com/ce-articles/surgical-extrusion-and-endodontic-treatment-following-dental-trauma/
McIntyre JD. Autotransplantation: A Success Story. The Paper Point E-Newsletter; 2009. http://www.aae.org/residents/newsandevents/paperpoint_1009.htm#5
McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Trope M, Vann Jr. WF. Permanent Tooth Replantation following Avulsion: Using a Decision Tree to Achieve the Best Outcome. J Pediatr Dent2009; 31(2): 137-144.
McIntyre JD, Vann Jr. WF. The Cvek Pulpotomy: A Brief Review of the Literature and Presentation of Two Complex Cases. J Pediatr Dent 2009; 31(2): 117-122.
Mathu-Muju K, McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Tyndall DA, Roberts MW. Multidisciplinary Trauma Management: A Case Report. Dent Traumatol 2009; 25: e5–e11 (online only).
Molina JR, McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Trope M, Vann Jr. WF. Root Fractures in Children and Adolescents: Diagnostic Considerations. Dent Traumatol 2008; 24 (5): 503-509.
McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Trope M, Vann Jr. WF. Effectiveness of Dental Trauma Education for Elementary School Staff. Dent Traumatol 2008; 24 (2): 146-150.
McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Trope M, Vann Jr. WF. Elementary School Staff Knowledge about Dental Injuries. Dent Traumatol 2008; 24 (3): 289–298.
McIntyre JD, Lee JY, Trope M, Vann Jr. WF. Management of avulsed
permanent incisors: A comprehensive update. Pediatr Dent2007; 29(1): 56-63.
Lin J, Leong P, McIntyre J. “Apex Locators: Clinical Use and Care.” Endodontic Therapy 2002; 2 (2).