Preventative Dentistry

The American Dental Association recommends you see your dentist at least twice each year for a checkup. At your checkup, we will inspect your soft tissues for oral cancer, periodontal disease, and other problems. The dentist will also look at each tooth in your mouth to assess problems like tooth decay or cracks, as well as old dental work. Sometimes old dental work wears out and needs to be replaced. We will be happy to replace metal fillings, inlays, onlays, and crowns with tooth-colored alternatives.

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Root Canal

Your teeth contain several layers: the outer protective enamel, a secondary layer of sensitive dentin, and an inner pulp that contains components commonly referred to as the "nerve" of the tooth. Each pulp chamber branches off, forming canals that lead toward the tooth root tip. These infamous root canals provide a means for the tooth to absorb what it needs from the blood and get rid of toxins or other unnecessary materials via the blood stream. A deep cavity, traumatic injury, or tooth fracture can make the canal susceptible to bacterial infection, which can kill the pulp, stimulate increased blood flow, and create pressure within the tooth. This can cause severe tooth pain and may initiate bone degeneration, tooth loss, and even more acute pain. If you see a dentist in the earliest stages of this condition, the tooth may be saved with a root canal. Otherwise, it should be extracted and replaced with a prosthetic.

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TMJ Therapy

You may spend most of your life unaware of the important little triangular-shaped joints located in front of your ears. Lined with cartilage, these joints move with a smooth, gliding motion. Under normal conditions, they join your lower jaw and temporal bone, allowing your mouth to open and close easily. However, stress or an improper bite can cause the joints to dysfunction, exposing nerve endings to create pain.

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Non-Surgical Periodontal Therapy

Before making life altering changes to your smile and your face, you should realize that not all dental practices are created equal. That's why Dr. Jay Ajmo's recognized credentials in cosmetic dentistry and implant dentistry, combined with years of experience in the dental profession, have made our Vero Beach Dental office the smart choice for so many clients from the Vero Beach and around the world.

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Laser Periodontal Therapy

Lasers have revolutionized processes and possibilities across a broad range of industries, including the world of dentistry and oral care. Although it is yet to be given approval by the American Academy of Periodontonolgy (AAP), it has so far yielded extremely positive results which leads us to believe that the results for patients thus far have shown some degree of promise.

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Vero Dental Spa
3036 20th St. Vero Beach, FL 32960
Phone: 772-778-5550