Martha is a practicing Registered Dental Hygienist, Researcher, Myofunctional Therapist, Dental Hygiene Educator and holds a degree in Medical Laboratory as well as in Health Education. She received her degree in Dental Hygiene from Farmingdale State University and specialized in Myofunctional Therapy through the Academy of Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy (AOMT). Martha is adjunct faculty at New York University College of Dentistry, where she teaches dental hygiene clinic. She is also faculty for the AOMT where she teaches about myofunctional therapy.
Her training is extensive as she lectures internationally about myofunctional disorders. She has also contributed towards bridging the gap between the medical and dental professions through her courses and published work. In working progress is her most recent publication in a pediatric sleep medicine textbook, in which she is collaborating alongside her partner Ruth and the world leader in Myofunctional Therapy, Joy Moeller.
Martha is extremely involved in the profession acting as past editor to the Long Island Dental Hygiene Association, past delegate to the Dental Hygienist Association of the State of New York and delegate to the American Dental Hygiene Association. She is also a founding member, and sits on the board of The Academy of Applied Myofunctional Sciences, as well as a member of the International Functional Association.
Martha holds a passion in continuous research and bringing the latest cutting edge technology for her patients.