What KöR Whitening Is and How It Can Improve Your Smile

A beautiful white smile expresses youthfulness and health. With age, eating habits, and medications, sometimes our teeth begin to dull and darken. There are so many products on the market that guarantee a whiter smile. Many times the results are disappointing or inconsistent.

Perhaps you’ve tried teeth whitening at home or in a dental office and weren’t happy with the results. Or perhaps you’ve been told that because you have a specific type of stain, whitening wouldn’t work for you. Well, times have changed. Introducing KöR Whitening.

How Does KöR Whitening Work?

KöR Whitening is unique among teeth whitening systems. The KöR Whitening system helps first to restore your teeth’s natural ability to absorb oxygen, allowing the whitening gel to be absorbed deeply into the tooth enamel, and dissolving existing stain molecules hidden deep inside the tooth.

Many whitening systems fail or result in inconsistent whitening due to the contact of the whitening gel and the patient’s natural saliva production. When mouth trays don’t fit completely or otherwise allow saliva to combine with the gel, the whitening product can become contaminated and not work.

The KöR-Seal Trays ™ are specifically designed to work with the KöR Whitening system, and eliminate the possibility of saliva hindering the whitening process. The custom trays fit perfectly and comfortably inside your mouth and are worn during the night only, so they won’t interfere with your busy day. These trays ensure the bleaching product is trapped against your teeth, preventing any leaks or discomfort.

KöR Whitening beats the toughest stains.

In order to fully whiten teeth, especially teeth with large stain molecules in the microstructure of the teeth, the gel used needs to be fully potent, influenced to produce a high percentage of free radicals, and allow extended periods of time in contact with the teeth in order to reach deep set stains. Other whitening products are shipped, stored, and used at room temperature or in warm temperatures.

This can lead to a degradation of the chemical potency and effectiveness of the product. KöR Whitening is the only whitening product that is continuously refrigerated, from production to the dental office to your home, guaranteeing the chemicals are effective and the gel is ready to use.

What Are The Advantages of the KöR Whitening System?

Not only will your teeth be incredibly white and bright, but there are other improvements to other types of whitening systems as well.

Many people who have whitened their teeth have experienced sensitivity. KöR Whitening is unique among teeth whitening systems as in most cases patients feel no increased sensitivity at all.

Also, most whitening systems are unable to whiten tetracycline-stained teeth and some common stains from coffee, wine, or tobacco. However, KöR Whitening has been proven to improve even these types of stains dramatically.

KöR Whitening Teeth Bleaching In St Pete

At Creating Smiles, our goal is always to improve our service and technology. We are proud to introduce the KöR Whitening system into our practice, and offer you this advanced procedure that will brighten your smile up to 16 shades whiter. Periodic home treatments are available for maintenance, so your teeth can stay white permanently!

Our dentists are here to help. Submit a question anytime on our Ask The Doctor page for quick and convenient answers to all your tooth related questions.

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