The KöR Blog

The latest from the world of whitening.

The Science of Teeth Whitening (Or the Lack Thereof)

At KöR Whitening, we often talk about how KöR is the only whitening system out there with a system that is truly based on science. And people give us those sideways, skeptical looks. How can that be? How can KöR be the only whitening system based entirely on science?...

Step Away From The Light

So, I didn’t know this, but heat lamps were the first source of light used to accelerate the chemical reaction that leads to whiter teeth. And the result? Overheating the dental pulp to the point that some patients required endodontic therapy. Ouch! Thus began the...

The Refrigeration Solution

How do you achieve teeth whitening effectiveness and predictability and reduce sensitivity? Dr. Rod Kurthy, the Founder and CEO of KöR Whitening, and his team have gathered research that looks specifically at these issues and shows that lack of refrigeration is the...

What Makes KöR Whitening a Cut Above the Rest

Are you struggling to choose which tooth whitening system to use in your practice? If so, there are a lot of things to consider prior to purchasing a system. If you’re looking for an exceptionally reliable teeth whitening system, KöR Whitening merits consideration. In...

Choosing the Right KöR System for Your Patient

Whether it’s a graduation, a wedding or an important job interview, there are a variety of reasons why a patient would want to get their teeth whitened. That’s why we developed the KöR Whitening system. Our whitening gels use a proprietary Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel™...

How Offering KöR Whitening Can Improve Your Practice

Dentists have been told that offering a tooth whitening service at your practice can be a great way to build your practice. We’ve been told that whitening will impress our patients, cause them to want more cosmetic dentistry, excite patients so they refer others to...

The Effect of Peroxide Whiteners on Dentinal Tubules

Many forms of teeth whitening treatments have been used by dentists to remove years of stains from patients’ smiles. Although it’s considered safe, whitening treatments can leave some patients with a temporary sensation of tooth sensitivity. So what is the reasoning...

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