Dr. Robert Korwin, DMD, MAGD, MICOI
Dentist500 Route 35 Suite 9f Red Bank NJ, 07701
Dr. Korwin is part of the one percent of dentists worldwide who have achieved dual Mastership Awards from The International College of Oral Implantologists and the Academy of General Dentistry. Additionally, he is a board member of the American Society for the Advancement of Anesthesia in Dentistry, and has received special training to ensure that his patients receive pain-free care at his dental practice.
He promotes excellence in preventing orally linked disease and provides highly cosmetic dental repair and reconstruction utilizing orthodontics, implants, surgery, prosthetics and sedation, with laser, digital and computer assisted diagnostics.
Education and Training
University of Pennsylvania DMD 1982
Dr. Robert Korwin, DMD, MAGD, MICOI's Expert Contributions
A fever can be a sign of a bacterial or viral infection, which may or may not be related to the extraction. it is prudent to seek medical or dental assistance as soon as possible. READ MORE
Antibiotics have no effect on the interior of a tooth that has a pulpal infection. The only effective treatment for this is extraction or surgical or nonsurgical root canal. Antibiotics can help keep the infection from spreading to surrounding tissues for a limited time. For a periodontal infection, antibiotics are effective, but the local factors (calculus or other) need to be sufficiently removed. Prompt treatment is more effective than waiting. READ MORE
It helps for a short time, but the underlying reason should be fixed by your dentist. READ MORE
The jury is out on this one. Personally, I switched to Perio Protect a few years ago after doing an in-office comparison study of laser vs. Perio Protect. The difference was immediate and dramatic. READ MORE
I am sympathetic, but cannot assist you. A consultation with a local dentist or with your local social services supports resource department is more appropriate. READ MORE
Routine sensitivity that lasts for a few days is normal. When it is longer than that consult your dentist for further care including adjusting the bite, or other treatment which requires proper diagnosis. READ MORE
Possibilities include a cracked tooth, root canal flareup, cavity, periodontal disease, occlusion (bite), and bruxism. Please see your dentist for a diagnosis. READ MORE
Temporary dentures can be done. Long term dentures should wait until the gum disease is treated. READ MORE
Depends on the case and cooperation. Visits may vary from 2 weeks to 3 months for observation and adjustment. READ MORE
Usually, refrain from active exercise for 24 hours after an extraction to prevent excessive bleeding a good idea. READ MORE
Average bone healing time is 3 to 6 months READ MORE
It's most appropriate to visit the dentist for a diagnosis and treatment. Delaying a visit usually makes things worse. READ MORE
Most over-the-counter meds will help to depend on your medical history. Please ask your dentist for a specific recommendation. READ MORE
Waiting is usually from 3 to 6 months or longer depending on the site of the implant. READ MORE
I recommend an electric toothbrush in almost all cases, to prevent cavities and prevent gum diseases. READ MORE
The protocol I follow is to use antibiotics for dental implant surgery before the surgery and after. Consult your dentist for the appropriate duration. READ MORE
Chlorhexidine is an oral antibacterial promoted as safe and effective in conjunction with; appropriate home care and in-office cleanings. It is used in the treatment of bacterial oral infections such as gingivitis and periodontitis. READ MORE
I have never seen a contraindication to alcohol with braces. As always drink in moderation and don't mix drinking with driving. READ MORE
The cheapest way is not usually the best. A partial denture has a lower fee in general. READ MORE
I prefer them, but they are not "standard of care". READ MORE
- Mastership 14 The International College of Oral Implantologists
- Mastership 17 Academy of General Dentistry
- American Dental Association
Dr. Robert Korwin, DMD, MAGD, MICOI's Practice location
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Get to know Dentist Dr. Robert Korwin, who serves patients in Red Bank and Middletown, New Jersey.
Dr. Korwin has been providing quality dental care to New Jersey patients for nearly four decades at Advanced Dentistry with a Gentle Touch. With offices in Red Bank and Middletown, he combines the latest dental technology with empathy and a gentle touch to help each patient obtain a beautiful smile. He is known for using the most advanced dental technology, including air-abrasion decay removal, laser gum treatment, intra-oral cameras, and more.
Recognized as a teacher and innovator, Dr. Korwin promotes excellence in preventing orally-linked disease and provides highly cosmetic dental repair and reconstruction utilizing orthodontics, implants, surgery, prosthetics, sedation with laser, digital, and computer-assisted diagnostics. “With these new procedures, we’re able to help patients realize that they don’t have to live with a toothless smile or cumbersome dentures for the rest of their lives. But best of all, we can ease their worry about any pain involved with the implant procedure because there is virtually none. We love to see our patients not only completely satisfied with their new smile, but pleasantly surprised at the lack of pain and anxiety involved in the process” as stated by the dentist, who also serves as a Clinical Instructor at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey.
At the start of his dental career, Dr. Korwin completed his Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD) degree and his residency at the world’s most prestigious dental institution, the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine. After patenting new dental products, he amassed over 2600 hours of postgraduate education.
As a testament to his success, he is part of the 1% percent of dentists worldwide who have achieved dual Mastership Awards from the Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD) and the International College of Oral Implantologists (MICOI).
Additionally, he maintains membership status with numerous professional organizations, including: the American Society for the Advancement of Anesthesia in Dentistry (member of the Board of Directors), the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the New Jersey Dental Association, the Monmouth Ocean County Dental Society, the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation, and the International Association for Orthodontics.
Heavily involved in the advancement of dental technology, Dr. Korwin holds three dental patents. His work has been published in the Journal of Dental Research, the Journal of Continuing Dental Education, and the Penn Dental Journal.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. Dentists diagnose and treat dental issues and help patients develop better oral hygiene regimens. They clean teeth, correct bite issues, perform surgeries and extractions, and perform other duties to ensure that the teeth and mouth are healthy.
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