Dr. Marten


Dr. Marten has nearly ten years of experience as an aesthetic plastic surgeon and has performed over 1750 body contouring procedures.  He is known for his meticulous attention to detail. Dr. Marten says ” I enjoy sculpting the human body and witnessing how it can change people’s lives”.  He holds an ivy-league degree from Cornell University, and graduated from Tulane medical school. He completed his general surgery residency at Tulane Medical Center, and his plastic surgery residency at the famed Cleveland Clinic.  He then pursued more specialized training in cosmetic surgery of the face, breast, and body during his aesthetic fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. He is double board certified in plastic surgery and general surgery. He is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.  Dr. Marten enjoys running, tennis, and spending time with his son. He has two native languages, English and Spanish.

Curriculum Vitae



Cornell University.  B.A. in Chemistry.

Tulane University.  M.D.



Tulane Medical Center – General Surgery

The Cleveland Clinic – Plastic Surgery

The Cleveland Clinic – Aesthetic Surgery




American Society of Plastic Surgeons

American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery

American College of Surgeons

American Medical Association

Tennessee Medical Association

Williamson County Medical Society


Board Certifications


American Board of Plastic Surgery

American Board of Surgery


Hospital Affiliations


Williamson Medical Center – Active admitting privileges


Honors and Awards


Chief Administrative Resident – Cleveland Clinic Plastic Surgery.

Chief Administrative Resident – Tulane Surgery. 

Alpha Omega Alpha – Medical Honor Society.  

  1. Mims Gage Teaching Award.  

The Sidney Jacobs History of Medicine Award. 




Marten E, Langevin CJ, Kaswan S, Zins JE. The Safety of Rhytidectomy in the Elderly. 

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.2011 Jun; 127(6):2455-63


Couto RA, Waltzman JT, Tadisina KK, Rueda S, Richards BG, Schleicher WF, Marten E


Larson JD, Rotemberg SC, Zins JE.   Objective Assessment of Facial Rejuvenation After Massive Weight  

Loss.  Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2015 Dec; 39(6):847-55