All About Dr. Moshood Martins
Dr. Moshood Martins
Meet Your Orthodontist in Salem, Niles and Poland
Dr. Moshood Martins, fondly called Dr. Mo by patients, is a native of Houston, Texas. His mission to serve the world with a better smile began after graduating from the University of Houston, where he played Division I basketball for the Cougars. He went on to pursue a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from Howard University College of Dentistry and later a master’s degree in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics from Seton Hill Center for Orthodontics.
Dr. Mo enjoys enhancing the lives of both adolescents and adults, one smile at a time, through comprehensive orthodontic care. He is a member of the American Association of Orthodontics, American Dental Association, and National Dental Association. In addition to his years of schooling, Dr. Mo volunteered his time and dental services to those who have limited access to dental care in Uganda, Africa. His appreciation for kids further led him to volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
His passion to create more opportunities and spread access for students in higher education inspired him to develop a scholarship fund in the name of his mother to dental students at Howard University.
In his leisure time, Dr. Mo enjoys spending time with his family and friends, working out, experiencing different cultures, and mentoring youth.
Find Your Precision Orthodontics Office
Dr. Mo is one of our lead orthodontists at multiple Ohio locations. Find him at the office most convenient to you in Salem, Niles or Poland.
2384 Southeast Blvd, Salem, OH 44460
1258 Youngstown Warren Road, Niles, OH 44446
3 W McKinley Way, Poland, OH 44514
Dr. Mo In the News
As dentist's offices in Ohio were given the approval to reopen by Governor Mike DeWine on Monday many returning staff are worried supplying PPE could be an issue. Doctor John's Family Dentistry in Poland likely won't reopen until at least May 11th, even though Gov. DeWine said dental practices can resume with caution starting Friday.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – As part of Ohio’s plan to reopen, dentists and orthodontists had to make some changes to keep staff and patients safe. Dr. Moshood Martins admits that the pandemic has shaken up the world of dentistry and orthodontics. “Something that has been unprecedented that has shaken not only the dental field, but the world,” Martins said.