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A little like a traditional filling, an inlay fits securely on the tooth’s biting surface to protect against further damage. Inlays are generally best suited for repairing larger cavities.
Until recently, gold was the material of choice for inlays. While gold is hard-wearing, it doesn’t consistently achieve the best aesthetic results.
Thanks to advances in modern dentistry, our team can now offer onlays in tooth-coloured porcelain. Porcelain onlays are incredibly hard-wearing and much more discrete than their gold counterparts.
Our inlay and onlays are produced in a dental laboratory by a clinical dental technician, using an impression of your teeth to achieve an accurate fit. We can provide a temporary onlay for you to wear while your permanent restoration is being produced.
Our laboratory uses CAD-CAM digital design and production, including the revolutionary CEREC porcelain milling machine. Using the latest digital techniques allows our laboratory to achieve stunning results with fewer appointments.
For more information about inlays and onlays, call us on 01429 221 353 or contact us.
Prices can vary depending on different aspects of your case. You should contact our team today to find out what the best treatments options are for you.
Pretty much anyone can benefit from inlays or onlays as long as you’re eligible. You should contact our practice to arrange a consultation with us and find out how suitable you are.
You should always keep up a regular and healthy oral hygiene routine. By looking after your inlays or onlays by brushing the same way, you usually can extend the longevity of your inlays and onlays.
Your inlay or onlay could last you years if you take good care of them. They generally last considerably longer than regular fillings.
No, they might feel strange at first, but you’ll soon get used to them. We’ll give you all the aftercare advice you need to keep discomfort to a minimum too.
You should only be considered an inlay or onlay once you’ve spoken to a professional who can offer you a comprehensive treatment plan after a thorough assessment of your smile.
It’s unlikely that they would fall out, but our skilled team could quickly reinstate inlays if they did. You needn’t worry about your inlays. Once you get used to them, you’ll find that you’ll forget they’re even there.
If you’re in a lot of pain after your filling has fallen out, you can consider that a dental emergency and you should contact our team straight away and get you seen to. If you’re not in massive amounts of pain, you can still contact us to book an appointment to get the issue fixed, and it’s unlikely that vast amounts of damage has been done.
That said, if you’re in pain, there’s excessive bleeding, or you’re experiencing trauma to the mouth, it’s always recommended that you visit us as soon as you can so we can assess and diagnose you for any restorative treatment.