Inlay and onlay fillings

For medium-sized dental tissue defects, treatment with so-called inlay or onlay fillings is appropriate. They are indirectly made fillings in dental technology that demonstrate maximum precision and an excellent aesthetic result. They are recommended for cracked or broken teeth that are not damaged enough to require treatment with a ceramic crown.

Composite or ceramic material

Fillings can be made of composite or ceramic material. Treatment takes place in two stages. In the first, the rotten parts of the tooth are removed, impressions are made, and the tooth is covered with a temporary filling. In the second stage, the temporary filling is removed and the inlay or onlay filling is applied using an adhesive system.

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