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Pizzi offers new dental whitening system

Dr. Todd A. Pizzi

Dr. Todd A. Pizzi

Shrewsbury – Modern Dentistry of Shrewsbury is now providing a new option to patients who wish to brighten their smiles. The KöR Whitening Deep Bleaching System is the newest, most effective deep bleaching technique. The results are permanent– a beautiful, healthy, natural looking white result, lasting a lifetime.

Dr. Rod Kurthy developed the KöR system to erase troubling stains. Teeth that are grayish in color, known as Tetracycline-stained teeth, revealing enamel damage, can now be whitened with the KöR system. The whitening trays are specially molded after a simple visit to the dentist office to ensure a comfortable two-week whitening process. Unlike other whitening methods, the KöR system is entirely permanent with easy periodic home maintenance.

Dr. Todd Pizzi of Modern Dentistry is excited about introducing this to his patients.

“The system is revolutionary. The result it yields is unprecedented in comparison to others I have used in the past,” he said. “As a dentist, all I would ever want for my patients is to help them achieve the most beautiful, healthy smile – this system will help me do just that.”

Modern Dentistry is located at 307 Grafton St. in Shrewsbury. For more information, call 508-842-8838 or visit www.shrewsburydentist.com.

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