KöR Whitening offers products and techniques to meet just about any patient’s needs. Here’s a breakdown:
KöR Home—This formulation is available for day or nighttime wear. If a patient can’t tolerate wearing a whitening tray at night or experiences sensitivity, then KöR-Day (9% hydrogen peroxide) is a good choice. If the patient is fine with nighttime wear and does not suffer from sensitivity, then go with KöR-Night (16% carbamide peroxide).
KöR MAX—This is a versatile and very effective system that combines in-office and take-home whitening. The take-home tray is worn at night with KöR-Night 16% carbamide peroxide, followed by an in-office treatment delivered with 34% Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel Hydremide Peroxide Gel.
KöR ULTRA—This treatment starts with in-office conditioning with KöR 13% Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel, followed by 3 to 4 weeks of at-home nighttime treatment, and ending with a final in-office whitening with 34% Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel.
KöR ULTRA-T—This version is ideal for whitening previously untreatable tetracycline stains. Treatment works like this: in-office conditioning visit with KöR 13% Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel, 6 to 8 weeks of at-home nighttime whitening, and final in-office whitening visit with KöR 34% Dual-Activated, Tri- Barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel.