As of 2018, 93 million selfies are posted on the internet and various social media every single day—a figure that has likely increased in the past couple years. It’s safe to assume that many of these selfie-takers want white teeth. As you’ve heard over and over, teeth whitening is, by far, the most commonly requested cosmetic procedure of any type…. period.

If you’re reading this blog post, you either already use the KöR Whitening system and you’ve seen the amazing results, or you’ve heard about the results from your colleagues. After all, KöR Whitening is widely accepted as the most effective teeth whitening system on the planet. 

Please don’t think there is any magic fairy dust in the KöR Whitening gels. KöR is science, not magic. It’s an entirely different technique of whitening. KöR is different, but not difficult. It’s a very unique process, with whitening gel products formulated with the specific chemical and physical properties to work properly with that unique process. That all-important “process” starts out with custom whitening trays that fit a certain way to seal the whitening gel in the trays, but more importantly, seal out damaging saliva and sulcular fluid.

Why are saliva and sulcular fluid damaging in whitening trays?

Saliva is highly concentrated with a natural antioxidant enzyme called glutathione peroxidase, and sulcular fluid is even more concentrated with it than saliva. The peroxidase in saliva and sulcular fluid destroy peroxide inside whitening trays… on contact!

Obviously, if your KöR whitening trays don’t fit and seal properly, you’re dead in the water. That’s why we go to such great lengths to teach you the proper way to fabricate KöR-Seal Whitening Trays. But remember, it all starts with an ideal impression. If the impression or digital scan taken isn’t ideal, you can’t make an ideal KöR whitening tray. Makes sense, right?

We understand that fabrication of these unique whitening trays is more involved, and even with the training we provide, some offices just have difficulty getting the trays to seal like they need to. 

Enter the KöR-Seal Tray Lab…

We don’t hire previously trained dental lab technicians—we only hire artists. I personally test 3 things when interviewing for new lab technicians: 1) Artistic ability; 2) Eye for detail; and 3) Three-dimensional perception.  All these artists do, all day long, every day, is fabricate KöR-Seal Whitening Trays. Watching them work is amazing and their talent is incredible.

The KöR-Seal Tray Lab can provide various benefits for your practice:

•When you at least start out using the KöR lab, you have the ability to see up close and personal what the models look like, what the trays look like on the models, and what the trays look like (and how they seal) in the patient’s mouth. If after a few cases you decide to start making them in your own practice, you now know what needs to be achieved. And you also see with your own eyes just how effective KöR Whitening is when using ideal-fitting trays.

•As I mentioned before, without an ideal impression or digital scan, even our incredibly talented technicians are unable to make proper KöR whitening trays. If you’re having difficulty getting ideal impressions or digital scans, we’re able to see that in our lab and help get you on track if you’re having difficulty.

•The KöR lab is inexpensive, easy to use, and most importantly, will provide you with the absolute best KöR-Seal Whitening Trays. As a result, you’ll be able to provide the absolute best whitening results for your patients.

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