Whiten Your Smile With Kor Whitening System And Take-home Kits

By: Gen Wright

Your smile is one of the first features that people notice about you, so why not make it a stunning first impression? A white, healthy-looking smile can make all of the difference. KOR whitening is ideal for anyone who wants immediate results with the guidance of their dentist.

Stained, yellowed teeth can add years to a person's appearance. Luckily, if you are looking to simply whiten your smile, teeth whitening is one of the most commonly performed cosmetic treatments requested by patients today. Tooth whitening from a dental professional is one of the quickest and most cost-effective cosmetic dental procedures available to improve the look of your teeth. Whether it is through in-office whitening or take-home whitening supervised by your dentist, you can improve the appearance of your smile.

In-Office Teeth Whitening with KOR

KOR teeth whitening is a method that allows your dentist to whiten your teeth to their maximum potential, in a safe, predictable way, with little to no sensitivity. This method of teeth whitening allows flexibility to fit each person's individual needs and desires for their smile. The KOR system has various concentrations of whitening agents, and desensitizers to address your individual needs. Your whitening with KOR can be completed in the office or at your home with the best results being a combination of the two.

Influences on how white your teeth can become include:
* The concentration of the whitening agent
* The close intimate contact of the material to the teeth, with no leaking of the material, or contamination of the material with saliva
* The amount of time the material is in contact with the teeth
* The ability of the teeth to take in the whitening agent

At-Home Whitening

When used as directed, dentist-dispensed whitening trays and strips can even be more successful than in-office bleaching in the long run. The key reason to at-home whitening success is their ongoing use and the fact that only small amounts of bleach remain within the tooth structure for up to 36 hours. When a new dose of bleach is applied to a tooth that is retaining the previous day's peroxide, the effect is greater.

Even though you can get over-the-counter whiteners without a dentist's recommendation, if you over-use them or use them incorrectly, they can harm your tooth enamel and irritate your gum tissue. Over-bleaching can also produce an undesirable bluish hue, chalky whiteness, or uneven results. Supervision by your dentist can help prevent these problems.

Teeth whitening results are subjective, varying considerably from person to person. Before beginning your whitening process, consult your cosmetic dentist for a realistic idea of the results you are likely to achieve and how long it should take to achieve them. Your expectations play a significant role in the teeth whitening process.

If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, visit your cosmetic dentist in Pembroke Pines today for further consultation on an appropriate treatment to enhance your smile. Each patient's teeth will need to be evaluated to determine how dark or discolored the teeth are so that the appropriate whitening agents can be prescribed and applied.

Contact your dentist in Pembroke Pines, FL today for your evaluation to see which treatment is beneficial for your smile.

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Dr. Hugh Allen, cosmetic dentist in Pembroke Pines, is a 1990 graduate of the Howard University College of Dentistry I Washington D.C. Dr. Allen, Pembroke Pines cosmetic dentist, has excelled in his field and his current practice has rapidly grown since opening on May 16, 2003. He provides dental care for patients of all ages, including teeth whitening and dental implants, among other services.

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