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Dr. Django Martel is one of two Diplomates of the American Veterinary Dental College currently located in the greater New York City area. Dr. Martel obtained his undergraduate degree from the City University of New York at Hunter College in New York City in 1999 and his degree in veterinary medicine from Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, NY in 2003. He worked as a general practitioner in veterinary clinics in downtown Manhattan until 2008, followed by one year in a Chicago area general practice, and then moved back to New York to complete a 6-year veterinary dentistry and oral surgery residency at the Animal Medical Center. Dr. Martel is originally from New York City. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Shalini, a local physician, and their son Shaan, along with their hamster, named Ham, and many saltwater fish and coral.
Diplomate, American Veterinary Dental College, 2018
BA – City University of New York at Hunter College, New York, NY, May 1999
DVM – Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, May 2003
Martel,D et al. Comparison of closed root planing with versus without concurrent doxycycline hyclate or clindamycin hydrochloride gel application for the treatment of periodontal disease in dogs. JAVMA. 2019 Feb 1;254(3):373-379.
Martel, D. Caries in the Dog and Cat. In: Niemiec, B. ed. Veterinary Restoratives. San Diego: Practical Veterinary Publishing; 2014
Martel, D. Linguoclused mandibular canines (Base narrow). In: Niemiec, B. ed. Veterinary Orthodontics. San Diego: Practical Veterinary Publishing; 2013; 90-107.
Martel, D. Endodontic Access. In: Niemiec, B. ed. Veterinary Endodontics. San Diego: Practical Veterinary Publishing; 2011; 76-83.