Dr. Nicole Martino is a native Floridian, originating from Ft. Lauderdale. She completed her Bachelor and Master of Science degrees at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Continuing her education at UF, she graduated with her dental degree in 2015. Upon graduation, Dr. Martino continued to pursue her love of dentistry by completing a 3-year residency program in Prosthodontics at UF. The specialty of Prosthodontics deals with patients of all ages and treatment types, with an emphasis on complex cases requiring extensive rehabilitation of one or both arches.
Dr. Martino is trained in all aspects of dental restoration, including fillings, veneers, crowns & bridges on natural teeth or implant-supported, partial or complete dentures alone or implant-supported, tooth alignment using Invisalign, and tooth whitening. She is also trained in specialized surgical procedures such as implant placement and bone & soft tissue grafting. Her knowledge of advanced dental technologies such as digital impressions and digital smile design allow for more accurate restorations and are oftentimes more comfortable than traditional dental techniques.
Dr. Martino’s compassionate nature is immediately evident upon arrival. She strives to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere where her patients feel comfortable speaking with her, no matter the issue. Her philosophy is largely based on educating each patient about their unique situation in order for them to fully understand how every decision impacts their oral health. Her ultimate goal is to make you feel comfortable and relaxed during treatment and excited about the final result.
She is a member of the ADA, FDA, American College of Prosthodontists, Florida Prosthodontic Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and the International Team for Implantology.
In her spare time, Dr. Martino and her fiancé Arthur enjoy spending time with their rescue pets Abi (dog) & Apollo (cat). She also loves traveling, reading, gardening, dancing, DYI home projects, baking, and volunteering (both in the community and abroad on dental mission trips).