Whitening procedures have effectively restored the smile of people with stained, dull or discolored teeth. A teenagers's smile is much easier to whiten then that of an adult. Teeth become harder to bleach as the person gets older. This is primarily due to the fact that as we age, debris and stain particles pack more and more firmly into the tooth layers.

Not all whitening techniques are the same. One of the prime considerations in the selection of a particular technique is to insure that the process includes removing the embedded material so that the bleach can penetrate into and whiten the actual tooth structure. Many techniques essentially lighten the stain particles in the teeth and as they reabsorb new stain, the whitening is gradually lost.

A few other key factors effect the degree and permanence of the whitening. These factors include the quality of the bleach, the duration of the bleaching and the design and fit of the bleaching tray.

KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching is the newest, most revolutionary and effective teeth whitening system ever developed.   Unlike typical teeth whitening procedures:

  • KöR Whitening is so effective; it is the only recognized system in the world that will even whiten tetracycline (dark) stained teeth, previously thought to be impossible.
  • With easy periodic at-home maintenance your teeth will stay white permanently, even while you continue to drink red wine, tea, coffee etc.
  • During the whitening process nearly all patients experience only low to typically no teeth sensitivity.

This procedure is comfortable and 100% safe for your teeth and gums. The result is a radiantly white, natural appearing smile that you will LOVE!  It’s perfect for everyone, from 14 to 90!  

To learn more go to KöR Whitening Page