Dr. Stu Rubin is a Jersey boy, through and through. He went to Rutgers for both undergraduate and for his dental degree. He is a season ticket holder for both Rutgers football and basketball. Stu did his residency at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, and is an annual participant in the Jersey Shore Medical Center Continuing Education Program. Stu has a mission to make each person he treats feel comfortable and to make each appointment as enjoyable as possible. He has a passion for providing dental care for homebound seniors and disabled people. Twenty years ago, he founded a program that brings mobile dentistry to these folks that can’t get out. Through these efforts, Dr. Rubin has been named to the Board of Directors of Alzheimer’s New Jersey, as well as the Professional Advisory Board of the Visiting Nurses Association. Stu has been named Humanitarian of the Year by Caregiver Volunteers, the largest volunteer organization in the state. He is married to his wife, Sue, and they have two children, a son, Adam, who is an Elder Law attorney in East Brunswick, and a daughter, our very own Dr. Lindsay Rubin.
Dr. Lindsay Rubin received her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan before being awarded her dental degree from highly ranked Tufts University in Boston. She continued her education with a residency at St. Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. Dr. Lindsay joined her Dad’s practice in 2011. In striving to have the knowledge to provide her patients with the best possible care, she has been an active member in the renown Spear Study Group. She understands what it is like to “not want to be in the chair”, and is terrific at making all of her patients feel relaxed and comfortable. Lindsay teaches home care dentistry for disabled people to fellow dentists. She is married to her husband Tom, and they are the proud parents of their always smiling daughter, Maddie.