About Michele Schultz-Robins
Dr. Michele Schultz-Robins loves what she does…and it shows. “I treat my patients with dignity and respect and provide them with personalized care. An integral part of that care is getting to know them,” she says.
In practice for over 30 years, Dr. Schultz-Robins expanded her general dentistry practice with an increased concentration in treating orofacial pain and temporomandibular disorder (TMD). She practices at Two River Family Dental Center with Dr. Lisa Latella and Dr. Kathleen Lolla.
Dr. Schultz-Robins describes treating orofacial pain like solving a jigsaw puzzle. “You have to really spend time engaging your patient to get the complete picture because the cause isn’t always obvious.”
She credits her staff for distinguishing the practice. “I work with an amazing, harmonious group of people. They are professional and thorough, and the kindness they show our patients is extraordinary.”
Dr. Schultz-Robins earned her DMD degree and completed a two-year advanced program in orofacial pain and TMD at UMDNJ. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain and was elected to serve on its executive council. She treats at-risk children and young adults under the auspices of Dental Volunteers for Israel and volunteered as a forensic dentist to help identify 9/11 World Trade Center victims.