DMD, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine; prosthodontics, University of Iowa
Why She Was Nominated:
Dr. Anadioti is a clinical assistant professor of restorative dentistry and the founding director of the prosthodontics residency program at the University of Pennsylvania. She became a diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics at just 27 years old. She was also awarded first place at the American College of Prosthodontics’ John J. Sharry Research Competition in 2013 for the project she did for her master’s degree.
Exciting New Trend:
“The overall transformation to digital dentistry and the advent of dental microscopy in prosthodontics.”
“This is a great time to be a dentist, as our field is becoming digital. Stay open-minded, adopt new technology and look for scientific evidence to help patients improve their quality of life.”
Impact of the Pandemic:
“My practice closed for several months to ensure everyone’s safety while we were working on implementing appropriate changes. Now that we’re back open, I’m thrilled to see my patients—from behind an N95 mask and shield!”