Tooth discoloration occurs from a variety of sources. They can include: trauma, the food and drinks we consume, using tobacco or other street drugs, prescription medications, or simply the natural result of aging. To add to your convenience, we have two systems in our office to help you whiten your teeth. You may have heard that teeth can be sensitive while whitening and we have many advanced materials to help you minimize or prevent sensitivity. This will ensure you are comfortable while achieiving the results you want. Once you have achieved the tooth color you want, we can help you customize a maintenance schedule to help you maintain your white smile.
KöR MAX whitening is the most effective whitening system we have available in our office. It is a versatile and super-effective whitening system that combines at-home whitening with a single in-office whitening visit. This option provides the very best possible whitening result for the typical patient. Treatment includes two weeks of at-home nighttime whitening with KöR-Max peroxide, and a single in-office whitening visit utilizing KöR 34% Dual-Activated, Tri-Barrel Hydremide Peroxide gel. With periodic at-home maintenance you can maintain your beautiful white smile.
Opelescence is a highly effective whitening system made here in Utah. This type of whitening system is done exclusively at home. With several bleach strengths available, it offers our patients the versatility to choose when and how long the bleach solution must be. Using impressions of your teeth taken here we fabricate your custom-made trays in our office. Whitening is accomplished by using Carbamide Peroxide in your custom-made trays nightly for two weeks. Once your have achieved the whitening you desired, periodic at-home maintenance is used to keep that beautiful tooth color
Options for teeth whitening including lasers, bleaching trays and bleach strips. Lasers are often the most effective, quickest and
most comfortable option. Your dentist can whiten your teeth as much as possible in as little as 20 minutes. This lunchtime
procedure leads to immediate results. However, you may need a couple of weeks to prepare, depending on the sensitivity
of your mouth and gums.