We offer two types of teeth whitening or bleaching—in-office treatment or take-home trays that can be used at your convenience. Don’t you deserve a little pick-me-up for your smile?
Teeth whitening or bleaching is one of the most popular cosmetic dental procedures that we offer. In the past, we used Zoom! Teeth Whitening due to patient request. Though its brand recognition is good, it did not produce consistent enough results to meet Comprehensive Family Dental standards. We now use KöR® Deep Bleach and have been very pleased with the results we are seeing–and so are our patients!
The KöR system is the is the most exciting, predictable tooth bleaching treatment that we have used at Comprehensive Family Dental. When you choose to do in-office whitening treatment, we schedule two in-office visits that are 2-3 weeks apart. Between the two visits, you are sent home with custom trays and at-home bleach solution. This not only gets a jump on bleaching the teeth, but conditions them to accept a deeper level of bleach at the final in-office whitening appointment, incorporating a technique with two different anti-sensitivity ingredients to make the process as comfortable as it can be.
With the ability to bleach deeply enough to reach stains that took years to form, we are able to obtain the most dramatic results for your smile. Once the desired results are achieved, one at home treatment per month is recommended to maintain the teeth whitening results.
This would be the original “gold standard.” Custom trays are made that hold the bleaching gel on the teeth while bleaching while you sleep at home. You can achieve great whitening results, it will just take more applications than the other methods.
Our office is conveniently located off East Mockingbird Lane, between John Stockbauer Rd., and Sam Houston Dr.
110 Professional Park Dr.
Victoria, TX 77904
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To Our Patient Families:
We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation through numerous agencies including the Federal and State Governments, the Centers for Disease Control, the American Dental Association and our Texas State Board of Dental Examiners. Starting March 23, 2020 Comprehensive Family Dental will shift our focus to Emergency Dental Care (toothaches, abscesses, fractured teeth, swelling, etc…).