The identity of a smile
“Dental care is huge to them. It’s not just treating the crooked teeth, but it’s also the whole dental care system. They work closely with the dentists to make sure we’re giving the best care to the patients. Yes, they’re building a business, but it’s more about making sure the kids – and adults – are healthy,” said Tammy Brubaker, Office Manager and Financial Coordinator.
Drs. Yenne & Schofield care about how people feel and look, especially with kids – their identity in their smile is huge. They value medical and dental wholesomeness of their clients.”That’s what it’s all about – building health.”
Stephen Yenne DMD graduated from Oregon State University in 1982. After receiving his Orthodontic Degree at University of Pennsylvania, he returned to Salem to join his father in practice. Dr. Yenne has 35 years of experience, and is a past president of the Marion-Polk-Yamhill Dental Society and Oregon State Society of Orthodontists.
Jay Schofield DMD MS graduated University of Oregon and completed his dental degree at Oregon Health Science University. Dr. Schofield was also a past president of Marion-Polk-Yamhill Dental Society and of the Oregon State Society of Orthodontists, and has just under 40 years of experience.
Yenne & Schofield are very involved with Boys and Girls Club and Liberty House. They partner by donating orthodontic treatment gift certificates, electric toothbrush kits, and other similar items. “We love giving back, especially when it has to do with kids.”
Yenne and Schofield want Salem to know they’re here for community. “We’d love to help you with your smile.”
Want to learn more?
Visit their Salem locations at 160 Ramsgate Square, Suite 100, Salem, OR 97302 or 470 Glen Creek Road NW, Suite 150, Salem, OR 97304, or online at http://www.haveagreatsmile.com/.