Inlays and Onlays - Dr. Tooth Dental Studio

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Inlays and Onlays

Inlays are gold, composite, or porcelain materials applied to the teeth to restore their original condition, strength, stability, and structure. It is considered when the damage is beyond repair by a filling and is unsuitable for a crown.

Onlays dental treatment is similar to inlays; the only difference is that it is done when there is a larger cavity that has extended over to a larger part of the tooth.
If you need an inlay or onlay procedure, you should contact us. We are the best at treating the infected tooth promptly for the best outcome.

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Inlays and onlay procedure involves making the dental structures in a laboratory on the basis of your dental impressions and then are bonded to the damaged or affected teeth. The procedure usually requires two dental visits. The first visit involves preparing the tooth and taking an impression, while the second visit involves fitting and bonding the restoration.

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What benefits do inlay and onlay treatment offer?

Inlay and onlay are helpful to save the injured tooth’s healthy portion and support the chewing capability.

When do we need to go through inlays dental treatment?

You need inlay treatment to treat chipped, cracked teeth, tooth decay, and dental caries, to preserve tooth substance and provide greater strength. 

What is the difference between inlay and onlay?

An inlay fits within the grooves that are within the cusps of your teeth whereas an onlay is larger and fits within the grooves and wraps up over the surface of the tooth.

Is inlay treatment painful?

It involves filling a cavity and repairing a damaged tooth which may cause some sensitivity after the procedure, which normally gets away with time.

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