Regain The Smile You Deserve With Inlays/Onlays
At Dental Care Group in Toronto, we are pleased to provide inlays and onlays as effective treatment options for restoring teeth that are decayed, weakened, or cracked. Inlays and onlays are also known as indirect fillings. They are used to create a strong bond with your tooth structure while maintaining the natural shape of your teeth.
What is the difference between inlays and onlays?
Inlays fill cavities and hollows in the areas between the cusps of your teeth. Onlays extend past the cusps of your teeth and effectively restore large or broken areas without performing a complete crown restoration.
How are inlays and onlays fitted?
Getting an inlay/onlay is a straightforward procedure. Our experienced dentist will assess the condition of your teeth and determine the best treatment option for you. We will take impressions of your teeth, which are then sent to a dental lab, where they will be crafted and custom-made to fit snugly and comfortably.
What are the benefits of getting inlays/onlays?
Inlays/onlays provide a strong, durable, and long-lasting solution for restoring your teeth that is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable. They are also stain-resistant and will help to protect the tooth from bacterial infection. They are durable and can last as long as 15 years.
Who is a good candidate for inlays/onlays?
Inlays/onlays are a good option for patients with extensive tooth decay and weakened or cracked teeth. If you want a more aesthetically pleasing solution than traditional silver amalgams to fill your cavities, then inlays/onlays could be suitable for you. Please speak to one of our qualified dental professionals.
If you’re interested in improving the aesthetic of your smile and correcting damaged or decayed teeth, then inlays/onlays may be a good option for you. Contact us today to speak with one of our friendly team members about how we can help restore your smile!
Contact Dental Care Group About Inlays/Onlays Today!
- Fill cavities and prevent them from worsening
- Repair significant damage to your teeth
- Avoid tooth replacement
- Strengthen your weakened teeth
- Restore confidence in your smile!