Dr. Jossette Vo brings you outstanding credentials, including post-doctoral training in orthodontics, along with today's latest orthodontic advancements that offer the most efficient and best treatment possible.
Dr. Vo has been creating beautiful smiles in Orange Park and the greater Jacksonville area since 2005. She earned her undergraduate degree in Nutritional Sciences and her Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Florida. She went on to complete an additional year of Advanced Education in General Dentistry. Dr. Vo continued to pursue her post-doctorate by completing a multi-year residency in orthodontics at Jacksonville University. Her research thesis was published in the World Journal of Orthodontics.
Dr. Vo knows firsthand about braces from being a patient herself when she was a sophomore in college. She understands the different aspects of wearing braces and the thrill of seeing that new, beautiful smile! This experience and training has equipped Dr. Vo with the knowledge of the many benefits of orthodontic care and enables her to provide exceptional and compassionate orthodontic care for you and your family.
To keep up with new research and advanced techniques in orthodontics that will improve patient care, Dr. Vo participates in continuing education courses and maintains memberships with the American Association of Orthodontists, Southern Association of Orthodontists, Florida Association of Orthodontists, Clay County Dental Society, the Jacksonville Invisalign Study Club, and the CEOrtho Study Club.
Besides being a professional, Dr. Vo is staying active with her community involvement. She and her staff volunteer at non-profit organizations throughout the year to give back to the community. Dr. Vo sponsors various sports teams in Oakleaf and the Argyle Athletic Association in order to strengthen our youth. Dr. Vo is really passionate about helping others, and she has traveled to the Dominican Republic and Ecuador on volunteer missions to help alleviate peoples dental pain. She is an avid donor at her church, Mary Queen of Heaven, by donating her time, monetary, and resources to raise funds for their annual carnival.