Veronica S. Walker, DDS Blog
January 23, 2018
And just like that, it’s 2018! We hope you and your loved ones are having a great start to the new year. What are you looking to achieve this go-around? If it’s improving your appearance, we’ve got an idea. Professional teeth whitening is a simple way to dramatically transform your smile — and we offer take-home kits that allow you to do it at your own pace. Keep reading to find out more about how it works, and how you can get started today!
If you want to improve your health in 2018, you could make a point to exercise more, look at the screen less, or recommit to your oral hygiene routine. When it comes to the latter, you might be doing more good than you realize. Your dentist in Kernersville wants to remind you that the health of your teeth and gums is closely linked to your systemic well-being — keep reading to find out how, and what you can do to strengthen both.
December 10, 2017
Jaw pain is the most noticeable side effect of what a lot of people refer to as “TMJ.” It’s actually temporomandibular joint dysfunction, or TMD, but we don’t want to get too technical here. The most important thing if you’re experiencing pain in your jaw — or if it’s clicking and popping when you open and close it — is finding relief. TMJ therapy in Kernersville can help! Keep reading to find out more about this painful condition, including why it occurs and what you can do to stop it.
Teeth whitening is an increasingly popular cosmetic treatment for all kinds of smiles — from professional business people looking to impress to teens who have just had their braces taken off. However, myths still remain about how it works. Your cosmetic dentist in Kernersville sets the record straight on teeth whitening myths in this week’s blog post. Stick around — you’re going to want to read these!
August 31, 2017
Dentures may still have a reputation for being uncomfortable or stressful, like the ones that slip around or fall out when you’re least expecting it. But these days, that reputation is (thankfully) far from reality. Today’s dentures are a natural-looking, effective method for replacing a number of missing teeth — but only if you visit an expert like Dr. Veronica S. Walker. She regularly restores smiles with full and partial dentures in Kernersville!
These days, there’s just no reason to live with a smile that looks anything less than perfect. Cosmetic dentistry is more affordable and accessible than ever — and as your cosmetic dentist in Kernersville, Dr. Veronica S. Walker can help you reveal your most stunning smile with porcelain veneers, cosmetic bonding, or professional teeth whitening.
July 31, 2017
Too many people live with imperfect front teeth. But if you’re in the position to do something about those chipped, cracked, or stained teeth, why not take the necessary steps to reveal your very best smile? Choosing porcelain veneers in Kernersville is something like hitting the “refresh” button on your front teeth, or the six that show when you speak and smile.
July 22, 2017
Want to look younger? Forget facelifts and chemical peels — you don’t have to invest in costly, time-consuming, and potentially uncomfortable treatments to improve your look. Professional teeth whitening in Kernersville offers a noninvasive, painless way to a more youthful, radiant smile! Dr. Veronica S. Walker is pleased to offer take-home teeth whitening for patients who are ready to dramatically improve the appearance of their teeth in just one week.
June 29, 2017
Much like a jigsaw puzzle needs all its pieces to really work, your smile just isn’t able to function without each and every one of its teeth. Gaps in the smile always need to be filled, and for eligible candidates, dental implants in Kernersville provide the very best solution. It is a comprehensive replacement that gives you back the supportive root as well as the tooth’s crown — and we’ve got the details on why you should consider dental implants in this week’s blog post.
You’ve considered the mind-body connection, but have you ever thought about the smile-body one? It may sound strange, but stick with us for a minute, because the link between your oral and overall health is more significant than you may think. People who brush, floss, and visit the dentist regularly are more likely to be healthier in general. Why? Keep reading to find out more from the dentist in Kernersville, Dr. Veronica S. Walker.