Meet Wilmington Cosmetic Surgeon & Otolaryngologist, Dr. David V. Martini
David V. Martini, MD, FACS
Dr. David V. Martini has been in practice since 1996, and practicing in the Elkton area since 2001. Dr. Martini is board certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. As the Medical Director and Cosmetic Surgeon for Replenish the office of David V. Martini, he performs our surgical and injectable procedures and oversees our team of practitioners performing laser and skin treatments in our Medical Spa and ENT Practice. His focus is on improving quality of life as well as symptom relief for his ENT patients and providing surgical and non-surgical solutions to naturally enhance your facial and body profile.
As an experienced Otololaryngologist, Dr. Martini specializes in sinus problems, sinus surgery, allergy, snoring and sleep apnea, complicated nasal reconstructions, skin cancer and headache relief.
Dr. Martini specializes in the following cosmetic procedures: Rhinoplasty/Nose Jobs, Facelift, Eyelid lift, Brow Lift as well as Fat Transfer and Liposuction which are often performed in combination.
Dr. Martini received his Medical Degree from Hahnemann University College of Medicine. He served his internship in general surgery, followed by residency in Otolaryngology at Kings County Hospital Center in Brooklyn, New York under the auspices of the State University of New York Downstate. While at Kings County, he was appointed Chief Resident of Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery). He completed an American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.
Dr. Martini’s down to earth and welcoming character offers a sought after sense of comfort. This, combined with his signature blending of both the scientific and artistic sides of medicine, allows for both improved quality of life and wellness. He provides one-on-one communication and offers the comfort and expertise each client deserves, covering options and goals to be set in place to meet each patients expectations.
On a personal note….. From: David V. Martini, MD
Patients frequently ask me how I chose my specialties. To answer, I need to provide a bit of insight into my personality and education. Growing up, my talents seemed to lie in two areas: the sciences and the arts. I excelled in math, biology, and chemistry and knew that I would pursue a career in medicine, more important, a desire to solve problems in an innovative, patient friendly manner.
I then realized that I wanted to pursue medical specialties that would allow me to blend my interests and talents, and have a practice that reflects this diversity. Improving my patients’ quality of life and self-esteem has always been important to me.
I found the perfect fit in otolaryngology and facial plastic surgery. They involve both medical and surgical treatment and utilize advance technology. Both specialties require scientific knowledge as well as artistry and creativity, while demanding an aptitude for meticulous technique as well as the desire to solve problems and render effective treatment.
I treat serious medical conditions, such as skin cancer, sleep apnea, nasal obstruction, headaches and snoring. I perform many types of surgery using advanced surgical techniques. When doing cosmetic procedures I am able to use my artistic talents to achieve beautiful and natural results, helping my patients feel better about themselves.
As the founder of Replenish, regardless of what disorder I am treating or what surgery I am performing, I always stay true to a core set of values that define my medical practice. I believe that all patients should be treated as if they were family members. I feel that providing a welcoming, comfortable and clean office is essential to quality care. I believe that all patients deserve patience, respect and empathy. I believe that a “healthy physician-patient relationship” is reciprocal and based on mutual respect, clear communication, honesty and trust. I feel that exceptional surgical results can only be obtained through careful planning, meticulous technique and a continued critical analysis of results.
David Martini, MD