If you’re looking for teeth whitening in Powell TN, there’s no better place than My Family Dentistry.
Dr. Wesley Mullins offers the revolutionary KöR Deep Bleaching System, which can give you dramatic results impossible with other whitening methods.
Read on, or watch this 00:52 video with Dr. Wes and Laura Mullins for a quick explanation!
You can see the examples mentioned in the video in our Before and After Gallery.
If you have sensitive teeth, you may think you can’t get whitening treatments, but with KöR Deep Bleaching, you can!
KöR Deep Bleaching is the next stage in the evolution of teeth whitening – instead of using harsh chemicals to artificially whiten, the KöR process works by allowing oxygen to penetrate deep into the enamel of your teeth, dissolving the molecules that cause staining.
At-home whitening can help maintain a white smile, but it isn’t enough if you have set-in stains. Even if your teeth are significantly yellowed, the industry-leading KöR Deep Bleaching System can produce striking results. This process is more effective than any other whitening process, including on stains that most whitening treatments can’t reverse, like those produced by the antibiotic tetracycline.
Dr. Mullins loves using KöR Deep Bleaching because his patients experience little to no sensitivity with no risk to the health of gums and teeth. Having a white smile should never put the health of your smile at risk!
If you’re 14 years of age or older, you may be a candidate for this groundbreaking teeth whitening treatment.
Ask Dr. Wesley Mullins if KöR Deep Bleaching is right for you – call My Family Dentistry today!
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