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Jennifer Fessler Explains How She Got Her New “Miracle” Teeth
The Real Housewives of New Jersey friend shared what cosmetic procedure kept her in the dentist’s chair for “three hours.”
While checking out the results of Jennifer’s February facelift in the clip, Jackie Goldschneider exclaims, “You look like a walking filter.” Jennifer Aydin agrees, telling Danielle Cabral, “[Jennifer Fessler] looks really good,” as Danielle quips, “Only person that got a season two face in [her] season one.”
In February, Jennifer and her surgeon, Dr. Sam Rizk, revealed the details of her procedures, which also included a neck lift. “I cannot believe what this magician has done for my face and for my self-esteem!”
More recently, the RHONJ newcomer detailed another recent procedure, this time turning the attention to her teeth.
Jennifer Fessler’s New Teeth
On July 31, Jennifer took to her Instagram Stories to share the details of her latest procedure, giving her followers a rundown on her cosmetic dental history.
“So, 20 years ago, I put porcelain veneers on my very crooked, very yellow teeth,” Jen began. “I got them done by Dr. Larry Rosenthal with [Apa Aesthetic]. [Twenty] years later they lasted [...] I went back in for Dr. Rosenthal to redo them.”
Jennifer went on to share the details of her day at the dentist, which she described as “actually kind of fun.”
“I was in the chair for three hours but picture a blanket and a TV above your head and, well, laughing gas, which I sort of did,” she quipped. “But… I got my temporary smile today, so here it is — let me know what you think.”
Jennifer added that Dr. Rosenthal was also able to help her “gummy smile” while showing off her new pearly whites. “[By a] miracle of the Apa group and cosmetic dentistry, I think I have a little less of a gummy smile,” she shared.
In conclusion, she clarified that there was still some work to be done: “These are only the temps; I get the permanent [ones] in like two weeks. Tomorrow I go in to reevaluate these to see what we think, what we like, [or] what we don’t.”
Considering that Jennifer can’t stop smiling, we definitely think she’s loving her new teeth and we can’t wait to see how the permanent set turns out.