Having a beautiful smile may be even easier than you think. Many people achieve the look they’ve been dreaming of with our simple bleaching procedure.
What is Whitening?
Teeth whitening is something that sounds simple and seemingly every toothpaste and mouth wash can “whiten” your teeth. We have tried many different whitening systems from at home trays, to the in-office one-hour whitening, and even whitening strips with inconsistent results from them all. We wanted a system that would give our patient the results they wanted and deserved.
Why KOR Whiteing?
Key Benefits of Teeth Whitening
- Corrects brown, yellow and spotted tooth staining
- Works on people of any age
- Is a near-permanent solution for a dull smile, restoring brightness and bringing a smile alive
We started using the KOR whitening system because it was first whitening system that understood the science of whitening teeth. The system is based on precise fitting trays and highly active whitening gel. What makes it different is that the gel does not use chemical stabilizers. To whiten teeth the whitening gel must be reactive at room temperature. KOR gel is manufactured and shipped refrigerated to stabilized the gel. When the gel is placed in the trays and warms it becomes highly active! Because of this KOR can whiten stains that were previously thought to be difficult to impossible; ex tetracycline staining!
How long will my results last?
Most tooth stains are lifestyle-caused by the use of coffee, tea, tobacco, caramel-colored soft drinks, and other foods. KOR Whitening results in lasting whitening of the teeth. With occasional touch up (one night every few months or so) results are designed to be permanent.
Before starting we recommend a cleaning and exam. We want your teeth to be as clean as possible so that the trays fit like they should and you get best results possible. No whitening system can whiten crowns or fillings. Any system that makes this claim is only removing surface stain. As part of your exam we check for any fillings or crowns on the front teeth that won’t whiten. If you have any fillings or crowns we can discuss what will need to be done after whitening to make them match.
With every case, we take before and after pictures so that you can see your results when you’re finished!