A brighter smile is something almost every patient asks about, but most teeth whitening products, even professional ones, are only effective to remove surface-level staining. KoR teeth whitening is a different kind of product that uses significantly advanced smile brightening techniques, allowing our team to whiten even the most stained teeth. If you want to learn more about KoR teeth whitening in Cumming, contact the Dentistry at Windermere team to schedule a cosmetic dentistry consultation with our skilled dentist and team today.
KoR teeth whitening is a unique smile brightening system that combines custom-fitted whitening trays with individualized deep bleaching gels to deliver brighter results. Unlike other teeth whitening solutions that only work for a few minutes at a time to about half an hour, KoR whitening systems remain active for six hours or longer, delivering brilliant white smiles and removing stains from even the deepest levels of tooth structures. The unique KoR whitening gel also contains desensitizing ingredients to significantly reduce any dental sensitivity following treatment.
Depending on the type of treatment you choose, your KoR deep bleaching treatment may be completed in two to six weeks. Most patients achieve their desired results with at-home treatments while they sleep, but some KoR plans require a combination of both in-office and at-home whitening treatments. Each patient’s KoR whitening plan is specifically geared toward achieving their unique goals and addressing specific causes of dental discoloration. In most cases, KoR treatment consists of the following:
Any patient who wants to brighten their teeth should consider KoR teeth whitening. It allows you to achieve brighter smiles than have ever been possible with traditional teeth whitening products. One of the main reasons patients choose to forego whitening treatment is dental sensitivity, but the unique KoR system virtually eliminates this issue. Additionally, KoR whitening products allow patients to remove even the deepest staining, including those stains caused by tetracycline and other medications during dental development. During a cosmetic dentistry consultation, we’ll review your smile and help you decide what treatment will best address your needs.