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Teeth veneers are thin layers of material, similar to a shell, that are bonded to the front side of your teeth to conceal cosmetic flaws. Your dentist will remove a small amount of enamel before placing your veneers so that the overall depth of your teeth remains the same. We offer two types of veneers, depending on your needs and preferences:
During your consultation and exam, Dr. Yung, Dr. Jelinek, or Dr. Andrew will explain the differences between these two types of veneers, answer all of your questions, and help you decide which option will best suit your circumstances.
Great Practice with an amazing staff!
The staff is delightful and Dr Jelinek is a masterful dentist.
I was very impressed and pleased with the treatment I received at Drs. Yung & Jelinek, all the staff was friendly and they explained everything about the procedure I was having. They made sure I was comfortable and not in any pain, and after the my procedure they explained my follow up after care. What I liked most is they are Christians.
Wonderful staff & office! Everyone from front desk to assistants, to dentists are friendly and warm. We’ve really appreciated their dedication & level of care!
I have been a patient of Dr. Jelineks since the late 1980’s. He is an outstanding dentist, thoroughly explaining everything and very gentle and caring when performing dental procedures. I recently met with Dr.Drew and look forward to working with him along with his father.
Excellent experience, wonderful staff and modern facility!
Nice and Personable Experiences take the ‘pain’ out of going to the dentist!! The office is clean and professional. I love talking and sharing with Carrie and Maribel, my hygienist. Looking forward to the next visit!
Very professional and expert attention from the fabulous Dr J. You won’t be disappointed with this team
I have found the dentist office that I finally like. The staff is friendly and helpful.
They focus on your overall dental health, and not about just doing stuff. I prefer having a discussion on how to brush and floss better that getting work done I may not need. I feel like with their care I will die with all my teeth in great shape.
Your dental veneers treatment should be completely comfortable. For some types of veneers, we will need to remove a small amount of tooth enamel to prepare the teeth for veneers. In these cases, we can use a local anesthetic to ensure you don’t experience any discomfort. The process of actually applying the veneers to your teeth is completely pain-free.
In the experienced hands of your dentist, your new veneers will look completely lifelike and natural. We’ll make sure the veneers you decide on together will complement your smile and not look fake or out of place. After your veneers treatment is complete, you’ll have a genuine smile you’ll want to show off to everyone.
Although most veneers last between 10 and 15 years, the exact answer depends on how you care for them. Treat your veneers as you would your natural teeth but with an extra dose of gentle care. Don’t bite hard candies or ice or use your teeth as a bottle opener. Keep your teeth clean and visit us twice a year for a routine checkup, and your veneers will give you many years of great performance.
Once veneers are bonded into place, you cannot whiten them. That’s why we encourage our patients to whiten their teeth before they get their new veneers, bringing their entire smile to the level of whiteness they want. Then we can match the veneers to the rest of your teeth, and you’ll have a radiantly white smile you’ll be proud to show off.
Dental veneers are a great catch-all cosmetic dentistry solution. They can conceal dental damage, deep stains, crookedness, gaps, chips, cracks, and other smile flaws. With a pristine exterior, no one will ever know about the flaws that lie beneath. We can discuss the options for dental veneers and other smile makeover treatments when you are here for your free consultation.