At Odyssey Dental Care, we love seeing our Regent, East Kildonan, Elmwood and Transcona patients happily smiling wide after their teeth whitening treatment. They make our day! We hope to get your smile looking its whitest and brightest.
For teeth whitening, Odyssey Dental Care provides its Winnipeg patients with the KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System!
The KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System is a blend of in-office and at-home treatments. Typically, the treatment involves an innovative custom-molded mouth tray with whitening gel that provides 6+ hours of active teeth whitening during sleep. When the full Deep Bleaching option is selected, the at-home portion of whitening is followed by an in-office whitening.
The KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System whitens teeth dramatically, often lightening them 16 shades or more. Although everyone is different, with the proper KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching™ System, you should see significant results.
The KöR Whitening System works by restoring your teeth’s youthful ability to absorb oxygen. The oxygen from the whitening gel is absorbed deeply into the tooth, dissolving and removing stain molecules.
Whitening products have been clinically studied for more than three decades and safely used on millions of patients without harm to teeth or gums. KöR Whitening is considered entirely safe.
Many have experienced pain during teeth whitening. Maybe you’ve experienced it yourself. After years of research, development and clinical testing, this system in most cases, produces little to no sensitivity.
As a result, most patients have no discomfort from whitening when using this system. We have found KöR Whitening to be a gentle whitening system.
It doesn't matter. Teeth can be safely whitened at any age.
KöR Whitening lightens teeth dramatically, up to 16 shades or more. Although everyone is different, with the proper KöR Whitening System, nearly all teeth should have great results. KöR even whitens tetracycline-stained teeth significantly, which was previously thought to be impossible!
No. If you have any of these on your front teeth, you may need to replace some of them after whitening.
With easy home maintenance, these staining foods will have no effect on the long-term whitening treatment of your teeth.