Meet Dr. Rubino

Dr. Rubino was born in Lynchburg, Virginia and grew up in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. Dr. Rubino has been in practice since 1991 after completing his periodontal training at Temple University School of Dentistry. During his periodontal program he received formal training in implant dentistry. In 1989, Dr. Rubino received his degree in dental medicine from Temple University School of Dentistry as well. While in dental school Dr. Rubino received several awards including the American Academy of Periodontology Annual Student Award and J. George Coslet Excellence in Periodontics Award. He was also regularly elected into Omicron Kappa Epsilon, dentistry’s national honor society which recognizes exemplary scholarship and character. Prior to dental school, Dr. Rubino was a dean’s list student at Ursinus College and graduated with a bachelor of science degree in Chemistry, minoring in business administration. He has been practicing in the Phoenixville area since 1996.

Dr. Rubino is also a Fellow in the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists. He has served as a trustee for the American Academy of Periodontology.

Dr. Rubino enjoys being involved in several dental associations. He is a past-president of the Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County and the Philadelphia Society of Periodontology. He also served as president of the Temple Dental Alumni Society. Currently, Dr. Rubino serves as the Vice-President of the Pennsylvania Society of Periodontists. He is an active member of the American Dental Association, Pennsylvania Dental Association, American Academy of Periodontology, Pennsylvania Society of Periodontists, Academy of Osseointegration, Delaware Valley Academy of Osseointegration and Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County as well as the Second District Valley Forge Dental Association.

Dr. Rubino has held teaching positions at Albert Einstein Medical Center- Division of Periodontics and Harcum College Dental Hygiene Department. He has lectured on topics including, non-surgical periodontics, periodontal regeneration and smoking and periodontal disease.

Dr. Rubino resides in Kimberton, PA with his wife and three children. His interests include: reading and studying U.S. Presidents, golf, gardening and Philadelphia Eagles football.