Dr. Mariotti began working toward a career in orthodontics after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Scranton. He went on to receive his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Temple University, and after graduating, he joined the United States Army and was commissioned as an officer with the rank of Captain in the Army Dental Corps. He spent three years being stationed at Ft. Stewart in Georgia, and after completing his tour of duty, Dr. Mariotti returned to New York where he pursued his post-graduate degree in orthodontics at the Eastman Dental Center at the University of Rochester.
The Eastman Center is recognized as one of the top dental training centers in the United States. While studying at Eastman, Dr. Mariotti did research in growth and development and TMJ disorders. He was recognized as an outstanding student, and before graduating, he was invited to join one of the faculty practices. After receiving his Certificate in Orthodontics, Dr. Mariotti began practicing in 1984. He completed his requirements for Board Certification by the American Board of Orthodontics and was certified in 1990, and re-certified in 2004.
Since returning to Scranton Dr. Mariotti has been very active in community affairs. He has served as President, and also Chairman of the Board, of the Scranton District Dental Society, and is presently on the Board of the Middle Atlantic Society of Orthodontists, also serving as president in 2005.
Dr. Mariotti is an active member of the Medical Alumni Board at the University of Scranton. During the past few years he has been chosen to be a fellow of the International College of Dentists and to the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Both societies honor doctors throughout the world who aspire to excellence.
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