BDC TREATMENTS
 
Cosmetic
. . . teeth bleaching
. . . inlays | onlays ———
. . . veneer
Orthodontic
. . . metal braces
. . . ceramic braces
Prosthodonties
. . . crowns
. . . bridges
. . . dentures
. . . post & core
Restorations
. . . amalgam fillings
. . . composite fillings
Implants
. . . immediate placement
. . . early loading
. . . late loading
Oral Surgeries
. . . extraction
. . . wisdom teeth
. . . internal sinus lift
. . . external sinus lift
Endodontics
. . . contemporary root canal treatment

INLAYS | ONLAYS

TREATMENT
SESSIONS
USD
NOTES
CEREC inlays/onlays
1
250
each tooth

To repair damage to the tooth's biting surface, rather than using a simple filling, or a crown, a dentist will often use an inlay, or an onlay. Inlays and onlays can be made from porcelain, gold, or composite or ceramic resin, although porcelain is now becoming the material of choice because of its strength and potential to match the natural color of your tooth. Inlays and Onlays are laboratory fabricated (indirect) restorations that replace a portion of a tooth. An inlay is similar to a filling and lies inside the cusp tips of the tooth. They are custom-made to fit the prepared cavity and are then cemented into place. An onlay is a more extensive reconstruction that covers one or more cusps of a tooth.

Onlays are indicated in situations where a substantial reconstruction is required. However, more of the tooth structure can be conserved compared to the placement of a crown. Inlays and onlays are applied in two dental visits.At the first visit, the old filling, or decay, is removed, and the tooth is prepared for the inlay/onlay.  

The dentist will then make an impression of the tooth, and send this impression to a dental laboratory. This impression will be used by the laboratory to construct a custom-made porcelain, or gold inlay/onlay. At this time the dentist will place a temporary sealant on your tooth and schedule a second appointment. At the second visit, the temporary sealant is removed. Your dentist will then ensure that the inlay/onlay fits properly in the tooth and does not interfere with your bite. The inlay/onlay is then bonded into the tooth with a strong bonding resin, and polished smooth.

       

Advantages:
Highly esthetic
No metal shows
Strong once bonded to tooth
Well-sealed tooth
Will not stain
Will insulate the tooth
Well suited for large cavities
Long lasting
Disadvantages:
More costly than amalgam or composite
Can fracture


 
   
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