ABOUT DR. SCHULTZ
Dr. Michele Schultz-Robins received her D.M.D. from UMDNJ, now known as the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Schultz-Robins excelled in dental school where she was elected as president of the school's chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, which, as the oldest international dental organization, promotes access to oral health care for all.
After graduation, she continued her dental education by honing and refining her skills through the renowned general practice residency at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ.
She then continued her studies further, completing a two-year post-graduate fellowship in Orofacial and TMD.
Today, Dr. Schultz-Robins is recognized as a Fellow of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain, a select group of highly trained dentists who have focused their careers in alleviating a wide range of orofacial pain disorders.
In addition to her private practice, Dr. Schultz-Robins
is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and Monmouth Medical Center
has supervised cutting-edge student research that has been presented to the American Dental Education Association
actively participates in practice-based research through the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network. Her research has been published in the Journal of Dental Education and Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry
has held the appointment of chairperson of the TMJ Department at Monmouth Medical Center
is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orofacial and treats TMD and Orofacial pain
Preventive dentistry is the best way to avoid painful, expensive dental procedures as it stresses at-home dental care that will help prevent decay or disease.
Implants replace teeth, but also relieve pain, restore chewing ability, and improve facial tissues in the process. They are natural-looking, secure and durable, lasting for years to come.
One of the most common types of dental restorations are fillings. The most common types are silver amalgam and tooth-colored resin composite.
Dentures are a removable option to replace missing teeth. Full dentures are used to replace teeth after they have all been removed. Partial dentures are designed to fit around the remaining healthy teeth and can be either removable or fixed.
Immediate attention will be given to your situation, and you will be seen as soon as possible. After office hours, please call, follow the instructions provided and your call will be returned immediately.
Our cosmetic dentistry services include composite fillings, crowns and bridges, lumineers, porcelain veneers, and teeth whitening.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects the jawbone to the skull. TMJ disorders often cause discomfort in the cheek, jaw, or ear areas and can affect normal jaw function.
We treat patients who suffer with pain of muscle origin, joint origin, and nerve origin that is focused in the head, neck, mouth, face and jaw area.
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KEEPING YOU SAFE
Your safety is our #1 concern. We have implemented the recommended protocols to slow or stop the spread of COVID-19.
Staff member temperature check as well as check for any symptoms including fever, cough, sneezing and running nose prior to coming into the office
Prescreen all patients for illness before scheduling an emergency appointment and check their temperature upon arrival
Patients wait in their car until they are ready to be seen
We disinfect each room, front desk area, door handles, and any other place that is touched by patients or staff. This is completed after each patient leaves the building.