Thank you for your interest in Martin Endodontics. We look forward to being of service to you. Our office is a specialty dental practice limited to endodontic therapy – We aim to preserve the vitality of your natural dentition by preventing and treating dental infections. By focusing on this one specialty, we are the experts at making endodontic treatment comfortable and successful.
Endodontists are dental specialists with an additional two or more years of post-graduate specialized training beyond dental school. The average endodontist completes 25 root canal treatments a week, while general dentists do about two a week.
Our office is trusted, reliable, and owned and operated locally.
Dr. Clark Martin and Dr. Alexa Martin are board-certified endodontists, and also the most compassionate doctors in town. They are trained in providing you with expert care integrating the latest advances in dental technology. They maintain an evidence-based treatment approach to ensure patients are both comfortable during procedures and active participants in their ongoing care.
Dr. Martin has had his practice on Bedford Drive for 30 years, and is still happily working with the same energy and compassion he’s always been known for. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Biology from Boston College in 1976 and his Doctor of Dental Medicine from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1979. Dr. Martin practiced general dentistry in downtown Boston for two years, and then returned to Tufts to complete his specialty training in Endodontics in 1982. While earning his endodontic certification, Dr. Martin practiced in Back Bay Boston, where his two daughters would later live, next door to each other, while earning their own dental degrees. He moved to California to open his own private practice, and served as a clinical instructor at the UCLA School of Dentistry in the Graduate Endodontic Program.
Dr. Martin earned her undergraduate degree from UCLA and her dental degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She completed a Hospital Residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, and then practiced general dentistry locally before moving back to Boston once again to pursue her specialty training. During her two-year intensive training, she focused on refining her diagnostic and clinical skills using state of the art equipment and modern techniques, including CBCT imaging, the surgical microscope, as well as the newest clinical electronic hand devices, all of which make the course of endodontic treatment more seamless and comfortable for the patient.