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KöR Whitening

KöR Whitening

What is KöR whitening?

The KöR Whitening System was invented by internationally renowned cosmetic dentist and whitening science expert, Dr. Rod Kurthy. Thousands of dentists around the world agree that KöR Whitening is by far the most reliable and effective whitening system ever developed. In fact, the KöR Whitening System is so effective, it is the only recognized whitening system that whiten seven tetracycline-stained teeth in a short time (previously thought to be impossible). And now these amazing KöR Whitening results are achieved with minimal to no sensitivity!

Why does KöR Whitening work so well?

The KöR Whitening System works by restoring your teeth’s ability to absorb oxygen. The oxygen from KöR Whitening gel is absorbed deeply into the tooth, dissolving stain molecules.

How long does KöR Whitening last?

Unlike other whitening methods, with easy periodic home maintenance, KöR Whitening is entirely permanent.

Is it safe?

Whitening products have been clinically studied and safely used on millions of patients without harm to teeth or gums. Whitening is considered entirely safe.

Is there pain or discomfort with KöR Whitening?

After several years of research, development and clinical testing, KöR Whitening introduced a whitening gel that, in most cases, produces little to no sensitivity. As a result, most patients have no discomfort from whitening when using this system. Testing has shown that patients who do feel some sensitivity using KöR Whitening typically feel no more than 10% of the sensitivity they’d feel from other whitening gels.

Does it matter how old I am?

The earliest age patients are able to whiten teeth is about 14. The younger teeth are, the more brilliantly they whiten. However, KöR Whitening rejuvenates even older teeth so that they will whiten incredibly well, even for patients 90 years old!

How White will my Teeth Get?

KöR Whitening whitens teeth dramatically, often lightening them 16 shades or more. Although everyone is different, with the proper KöR Whitening System, all teeth will have stunning results. It even whitens tetracycline-stained teeth significantly.

Will my teeth look too white and unnatural?

No. Real teeth can’t look unnatural, they just look beautifully white. If you have seen people with ultra-white, fake-looking teeth, these were probably false teeth, teeth with porcelain crowns, or veneers that may have been made too white and too opaque. With KöR Whitening, you’ll get the ideal shade that is right for you.

Will my crowns, veneers or fillings whiten too?

No. If you have any of these on your front teeth, you may need to replace some of them after whitening.

How will coffee, tea, smoking and red wine affect my teeth after whitening?

With your easy home maintenance, these staining foods will have no effect on the brilliant color of your teeth.

How does the KöR Whitening System work?

Molds of your teeth will be made to fabricate your own unique, ultra-comfortable KöR-Seal™ Whitening Trays. You and your dentist will select which level of KöR Whitening is the proper fit for you. You will normally wear your KöR-Seal Trays at home for two weeks while you sleep. Depending on your selection, you may also have one or two simple whitening visits in the dental office.

If you are interested in finding out more about KöR Whitening, contact Denver Dentistry to schedule your consultation.

The foundation of providing safe and personalized holistic care begins by getting to know you and your goals for your oral health and overall health, both short term and long term. Dr. Grabiak will then learn about your family’s dental and medical history, along with your dental and medical history. Afterwards, we begin your exam by taking a sample of your saliva (Sillha), checking for seven different biomarkers. That same day, we will send you home with a report showing how you scored in those different biomarker categories.

The head and neck examination is often overlooked by busy clinicians but it is as crucial as an element of the oral cancer examination. Dr. Grabiak begins his exam outside of the mouth by starting with a soft tissue check of the neck and the jaw. A thorough head and neck examination is essential for detecting early skin cancers, any overdeveloped jaw muscles that may be contributing towards bruxism, and enlarged lymph nodes that may indicate an active virus or infection.

After the extraoral exam, Dr. Grabiak begins his extensive intraoral exam. During Dr. Grabiak’s exam he is evaluating the teeth, uvula, mucosal tissues, tongue, floor of the mouth, hard and soft palate, and the oropharynx. Part of this exam includes taking high-definition photos of the mouth, all at different angles so you can see exactly what he is seeing. Our hygienist will then come in and complete a comprehensive periodontal assessment. In some cases, Dr. Grabiak and your hygienist may recommend additional testing to get to the root cause of the evidence of symptoms they are seeing in your mouth. This entire process takes roughly an hour. In some cases, depending on what Dr. Grabiak and your hygienist had found during their exam we will invite you back for a follow-up appointment called review of findings.

In preparation for the review of findings, Dr. Grabiak and your hygienist will take the time to evaluate all of the data that was collected from your examination and testing to determine your specific needs. At your review of findings appointment Dr. Grabiak will sit down with you one on one to review the data that was collected from your appointment, along with any recommendations. This allows you the time to ask Dr. Grabiak any questions that you may have about your treatment recommendations and expectations from treatment.

Jeromy Mulkey

Jeromy Mulkey

Operations Manager

Jeromy received his Bachelors of Science in Finance from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He moved to Colorado in 2015 from Hannibal, New York (a small town outside of Syracuse) and that is when his career in the dental field began. Jeromy started in corporate dental as a patient coordinator and quickly progressed to office manager and then running multiple specialty practices over the next 5 years. Holistic dentistry was an exciting new challenge and Jeromy couldn't be happier with his family at Denver Dentistry. Holistic dentistry was a breath of fresh air and gave a new excitement and passion for learning of all the new sciences and technologies the Denver Dentistry team has integrated into their practice. Jeromy currently lives in Sheridan and enjoys living close to the mountains. In his free time he enjoys spending time with family, snowboarding, playing soccer and basketball, camping, and hiking. Jeromy is passionate about delivering excellent customer service and assisting the team in bringing more smiles to satisfied patients.
Chelsea White

Jazmin Contreras

Dental Hygiene Assistant

In 2020 Jazmin graduated from Colorado Mesa University at the top of her class with a degree in Kinesiology. From a young age Jazmin knew she had a passion and interest in the medical field which led her to gain various experiences in the medical field. However, when she first came to Denver Dentistry, she fell in love with dentistry and knew this was her passion. Dr. Grabiak and his team offered a unique holistic approach to the field; something Jazmin has always been highly interested in. She quickly realized this is where she was meant to be and Denver Dentistry instantly felt like home. In her free time she and her fiance enjoy traveling and participating in outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and kayaking.
Chelsea White

Chelsea White

Lead EDDA

Chelsea is a born and raised Florida girl and has now been a Colorado resident for 5 years. She has loved dentistry for a long time, and couldn’t see herself in any other profession. Knowing her career path, she went to school at Central Florida Institute to become a dental assistant with an extended program. Graduated in 2012 as a Dental Assistant and as an EDDA, she looks forward to esthetics and happiness with patients. As someone who has been in the field for almost 10 years, she strives to work as a team to meet all expectations with the patient. In her free time she loves to hike, and explore the beautiful places Colorado has to offer.

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