Inlay and Onlay
Get Your Teeth Restructured with inlay and Onlay in Dubai
Have you been diagnosed with mild or moderate decay in your rear teeth or having cracked teeth that needs dental restoration? Smaller cracks in teeth do not necessarily need dental crowns. But with dental inlays and onlays in Dubai, it is possible to get your teeth structure restored to the best form.
Team of trained and well experienced dentists at Oris Dental Centre is capable to serve all the patients with needs of such restorative dentistry.
When Do You Need Inlay in Dubai?
For restoring normal tooth structure through indirect fillings, a dental patient needs an inlay when the tooth structure to be replaced or filled is within the shape of the tooth.
With the use of technologically advanced tools and methods of dentistry, we serve our patients with restored smiles and improved oral health.
When Do You Need Onlay in Dubai?
Extensive damages to the tooth structure in which restored structured will cover most of the upper chewing surface is served through dental onlay procedure.
Expert dentists consider it important to conserve the original structure of the tooth and thus, avoiding dental crowns. Such needs are thus, served by inlays and onlays in Dubai.
Benefits of Porcelain Fillings
While inlays and onlays can be made of metal or porcelain, the dental repair and restoration served by porcelain fillings in Dubai are mostly invisible.
Here are the prime benefits of visiting our dental centre and getting served by fillings of porcelain for both inlays in the hole of the tooth and onlays on the tooth itself:
- Higher Durability because of hard wearing component it is made with. This also makes these restorations to last for more than twenty years.
- Higher strength added to teeth in comparison to metal fillings
- Long life of teeth without the need of excessive dental treatments
Complete Dental Procedure of Inlays and Onlays
Initially, expert dentists remove the decayed and damaged tooth structure and prepare the cavity for the restoration. By taking the impression of the tooth, inlays or onlays as required will be made through dental laboratory work.
At the next appointment, these inlays or onlays will then be cemented into its proper place to offer restored, natural appearance. Temporary restorative material is removed before the final onlay/inlay cementing.