Who doesn’t want to have a brighter, more attractive smile? If you’ve been thinking about getting your teeth whitened, but you don’t know much about it, you might be surprised to learn that you actually have several different options for teeth whitening in Stuart, Florida.
KoR Whitening is widely recognized as the most effective teeth whitening system in the world today, used by thousands of dentists across the globe. This simple, comfortable process for teeth whitening that uses a gel developed by Dr. Rod Curthy, an active participant in the field of teeth whitening for over 30 years, can be done right in Dr. Rita Medwid’s office, one of only a few dentists today that is certified to perform the procedure.
KoR is available to those who are between the ages of 14 and 90, offering beautiful, natural looking, permanent results for those who want to have whiter teeth, even if they’ve been stained by tetracycline. It’s safe for your teeth and gums, and is a fabulous option for those with sensitive teeth too.
Another option for teeth whitening in Stuart, Florida, is opalescence whitening. It works by reducing the discoloration of the enamel that can be caused by things like coffee or tobacco, making the teeth whiter. It offers immediate results that will last for a long time, provided the post-whitening instructions are carefully followed.
Opalescence Whitening is a safe procedure, though some people may experience increased tooth sensitivity to cold food items for a few days afterward.
The third option for teeth whitening in Stuart, Florida, is Sapphire Whitening. Officially called the Sapphire Chairside Whitening System, it’s been clinically proven to whiten teeth up to 12 shades in an hour and more than 7 shades in just 30 minutes.
This bleaching system is done in Dr. Rita Medwid’s office for immediate enhancement of your natural smile, targeting difficult stains and permanent discoloration that can cause your smile to look aged and less healthy than it should.
Patients often choose this treatment because it not only whitens quickly, but it also includes a desensitizing agent which addresses sensitivity often associated with traditional in-office whitening treatments.