Dr. Matthew Martin
Dr. Matt is originally from Rolling Prairie, Indiana (please let him know if you've heard of it.) He received his B.S. in biology from Indiana University at Bloomington in 1993 and his D.D.S. from Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1998 with a clinical rank of first in his class. He graduated from Butler University with his M.B.A. in 2012. Go Dawgs!
Dr. Matt is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the Indianapolis General Dentistry Study Club, the Seattle Study Club, the American Dental Association, and the Indiana Dental Association.
“Being able to provide a needed service and also make it as comfortable and enjoyable as possible is a challenge I look forward to everyday in the office. Steph and I believe that staying current with techniques and technology not only keeps us interested and informed, but provides a great benefit to our patients that put their trust in us."
He enjoys spending time with family, enjoying the outdoors, cycling, golf and cooking. Trying to perfect BBQ is his latest challenge. Dr. Matt is also a devoted Cubs and Sci-Fi fan (he is not afraid to admit to both). “Being a Cubs fan really helps me prepare for the future…there is always next year!”
"Dr. Matthew Martin & Dr. Stephanie Martin are awesome! Dentists & staff ethics exceed. Insurance pricing always done BEFORE"
"Best there is. I have anxiety about going to the dentist and they really make me feel at ease! Not to mention their location is so easy to get to and so fun inside!"
"Love my dentist office. I know.... but, its true this is the best place for any type of dental procedure. The entire staff is fantastic. Look no further for your perfect smile."
"Great office, great staff, great service! No complaints from me; 100% recommended!"
"Enjoyed my first visit at Martin Dentistry. Very professional and friendly staff!"
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