Dr. Saritha Chary-Reddy embarked on her dental journey in the vibrant city of Oklahoma. She earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery with distinction from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, where she demonstrated exceptional commitment to providing dental care to underprivileged families during her academic pursuit. Driven by a deep passion for oral health, Dr. Chary-Reddy also holds a doctoral degree in genetics, where her research contributed to several peer-reviewed publications and earned her the prestigious Young Scientist Award for her doctoral thesis.
Fueled by a relentless pursuit of excellence, Dr. Chary-Reddy specialized in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Her dedication to her craft resulted in board certification in 2006 and the esteemed title of Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics. During her specialty training, she garnered recognition for her research on genetic disorders related to dental and facial anomalies, earning her the Best Scientific Presentation Award.
Dr. Chary-Reddy remains at the forefront of the ever-evolving field of orthodontics. She actively engages in study clubs, continuous education, and workshops, regularly attending national dental conventions. Her commitment to excellence is underscored by her recognition as a Top Orthodontist in San Antonio by San Antonio Magazine in 2007 and 2010.
In addition to her professional affiliations, which include the American Association of Orthodontists, Southwestern Society of Orthodontics, American Dental Association®, San Antonio District Dental Society, and Texas Association of Orthodontists, Dr. Chary-Reddy is deeply committed to community service. She serves as a mentor in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas-San Antonio, establishing a charity that provides complimentary orthodontic treatment to a deserving child each year. Dr. Chary-Reddy is also instrumental in organizing dental camps to raise awareness about orthodontics, and she frequently engages with schools in San Antonio to educate children on oral health during career and health days.
Dr. Chary-Reddy is a prolific scientific author, with her most recent publications featured in Orthotown Magazine, addressing innovative topics such as molar substitution using microscrews (September 2015) and microscrew-assisted correction of Class II malocclusion in an adult patient (August 2018). Her tireless dedication to the field of dentistry and her commitment to serving the community make her a distinguished figure in the world of oral health.