Dr. Martin Healy provides innovative dental care to patients in his private practice in White Plains, New York, and has done so for over thirty years. Dr. Healy offers cutting edge services and nearly two decades of implant and cosmetic dentistry experience to the patients he services.
He is an active member of the American Dental Association and the American Association of Aesthetic Dentistry. In addition, he serves as member of the Ninth District Dental Association’s Education Committee and is a member of the Implant Study Group of Westchester.
Upon entering private practice in 1976, Dr. Healy began focusing on his passion for implant dentistry. In an effort to stay on the leading-edge of dental technology, Dr. Healy continued his implant education by completing a mini-residency at Brookdale Hospital and the New Jersey College of Medicine and Dentistry.
Dr. Healy’s first training in implant curriculum came during his residency at Hackensack Medical Center (Hackensack, NJ), which he attended immediately following graduation from Farleigh Dickenson University Dental School (also in New Jersey). Dr. Healy earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.
From 1967-1969, Dr. Healy served active duty in the United States Army, where he was trained as a combat infantryman. He contributed to the Vietnam War effort by designing and testing body armor. After his honorable discharge from the service, he worked for the prestigious Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research where he assisted in the research of biodegradable herbicides.
Dr. Healy was born, raised and educated in Yonkers, New York. He graduated from Saint Eugene’s Grammar School and Roosevelt High School. Dr Healy is an avid skier and golfer, and serves as Chairman for the Ninth District Dental Society’s annual golf outing. He is member of the United States Masters Swimming organization and swims competitively for the Westchester Marlins Master Swim Team. He competes in both indoor and open-water events and has won the Empire States Games for the past 5 years. He currently resides in Bedford Hills with his wife Sally, two terriers and two cats.