Dr. Antigoni Stylianou

DDS, MS (USA), Cert. Prostho. (USA)

Dr. Stylianou graduated in 2010 from the National and Kapodistrian University, School of Dentistry (Athens, Greece) with “Excellence” as a first-class of honors degree student (DDS). Both Cypriot and Greek State Scholarship Foundations honored her continuous academic success with scholarships for the five consecutive undergraduate years. She was also awarded the “Pantia-Ralli Outstanding Student Award” for the student with the best academic performance of the Dental School of Athens (2008-09).

Prior to her graduate studies in Prosthodontics, she attended courses in Aesthetic Dentistry from the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry and successfully awarded a “Master Certificate in Aesthetic Dentistry” (2011).

In 2015, Dr. Stylianou completed the three-year specialty education program of Graduate Prosthodontics of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), School of Dentistry (2012-2015). During the graduate studies, she received intensive training in full-mouth rehabilitations, aesthetic dentistry, implant reconstructions and removable prosthetics.

She also worked as a Prosthodontics Resident at Birmingham VA (Veterans Affairs) Medical Center and as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Prosthodontics for the undergraduate students. From 2014-2015, she attended the UAB Graduate School for the pursuit of the degree of Master of Science in Dentistry (MS) relating to biomaterial sciences. Her research “Light transmitting fiber optic posts – an in vitro evaluation” has been published in the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (2017), the leading professional journal in advanced prosthetic and restorative dentistry.

Upon completion of her graduate studies, Dr. Stylianou followed an academic career lecturing at the Aesthetic Dentistry Programs and teaching as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Graduate Prosthodontics programs (Prosthodontic MClinDent and MSc Conservative Dentistry) of the prestigious UCL Eastman Dental Institute (2015-2016) in London, United Kingdom.

She is a member of the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP), the Academy of Osseointegration (AO), the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics (AAFP) and the International Team of Implantology (ITI).

“The challenging aspect of prosthetic dentistry,
along with its aim to provide at the same time
health, function, comfort and smile enhancement,
are what I find really compelling in our specialty.”

PUBLICATIONS

Sadid-Zadeh R, Stylianou A, Aponte Wesson R. Prosthetic Management of an Existing Transmandibular Implant: A Clinical Report. J Prosthet Dent, 2018; 119(5):693-7

Stylianou A, Burgess JO, Liu PR, Givan D, Lawson NC. Light-Transmitting Fiber Optic Posts: An In Vitro Evaluation. J Prosthet Dent, 2017; 117(1):116-23

Stylianou A, Liu PR, O’Neal SJ, Essig ME. Restoring Congenitally Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors Using Zirconia-Based Resin Bonded Prostheses. J Esthet Restor Dent, 2016; 28(1):8-17

Sadid-Zadeh R, Stylianou A, Liu PR, O’Neal SJ. Biomimetic Zirconia Abutment for Single Implant Supported Restoration: A Case Report. Int J Dent Oral Health, 2015:1(3): doi http://dx.doi. org/10.16966/2378-7090.119

Stylianou A, Katsadouris A, Papazoglou E. Smile analysis: A Key–step for the Selection of the Proper Treatment of Oral Aesthetic Problems. Review of the Literature. Odontostomatologiki Proodos, 2013; 67:498-519

Stylianou A, Antoniou A, Sotiropoulos G, Farmakis ET. Incomplete Long-axis Crown Fractures: Problem-Challenge for the Contemporary Dentist: Etiology, Diagnosis and Management. Stoma, 2012; 40:135-45

Antoniou A, Stylianou A, Tzouanaki A, Tzerbos F, Alexandridis C. Applications of Distraction Osteogenesis in the Craniofacial Complex. Stomatology, 2010; 67(3):88-94