REDONDO BEACH, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/18/13 -- Dr. Michael Fulbright, a cosmetic and restorative dentist in Los Angeles, says professional teeth whitening treatments at his practice have become more and more common over the years, as people have realized that a whiter appearance to the teeth can have a significant effect on the look of their smiles. However, in some cases, Dr. Fulbright says teeth can be so deeply stained that it takes a special kind of treatment to enhance their appearance. In addition to Zoom!® in-office bleaching and the take-home Day White® system, Fulbright Cosmetic & Reconstructive Dentistry now utilizes the KöR® Whitening Deep Bleaching System. Dr. Fulbright says this is a remarkably advanced teeth whitening treatment that can whiten even the deepest, most stubborn tooth stains.
The KöR® Whitening Deep Bleaching System was developed by Dr. Rod Kurthy, an internationally known dentist and bleaching expert. Dr. Fulbright says the procedure is designed for a patient who has stains on their teeth that are so severe they may not respond as well to other teeth whitening treatments. In addition, the Los Angeles cosmetic dentist notes that The KöR® Whitening Deep Bleaching System can help patients attain longer-lasting (in some cases permanent) results.
The process begins with Dr. Fulbright making a mold of the patient's teeth to create customized whitening trays that fit as precisely and comfortably as possible. The patient then uses the trays, in conjunction with a whitening gel, in their home for two weeks. The trays are worn overnight while the patient sleeps. After the two-week in-home treatment, the patient returns to Dr. Fulbright's office for one final whitening session performed by an experienced member of the practice's dental team.
Dr. Fulbright says the KöR® Whitening Deep Bleaching System offers a number of benefits for many patients, including:
•Low to zero tooth sensitivity during and after treatment •Comfortable process that is designed to be safe for teeth and gums •Patients are still able to drink beverages such as coffee, tea, or red wine •Often permanent results for patients ranging from 14-90 years of age
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