What are dental inlays and onlays, and when are they likely to be used as treatment?
Your dentist is likely to recommend dental inlays or onlays in certain circumstances. You probably want to know more about the type of treatment your dentist may recommend in the case of cavities. Inlays and onlays are used as an effective and long-lasting restorative correction.
Inlays and onlays are used to correct or restore mild to moderate decay in rear teeth that cannot be treated with a simple filling. They are especially useful to correct teeth that are not cracked or chipped enough to warrant dental crowns.
Inlays and onlays allow the dentist to preserve much of your original tooth structure while applying restorations at the same time. Our expert dental teams are happy to answer your questions and suggest suitable dental treatment options for caries and cavities.
Inlays and onlays are associated with many benefits as opposed to traditional fillings:
Dental inlays and onlays are typically used to replace old fillings that may need to be removed.
Our qualified dental team will evaluate your oral cavity thoroughly and suggest suitable restorative or preventative treatment options.
Generally, it takes a maximum of two appointments to complete the treatment involving inlays or onlays. During the second appointment, the dentist will bond the inlay or inlay securely to the damaged tooth.
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