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An inlay is bonded into place within the cusp tips of a tooth, like a filling. An onlay is instead bonded over the cusps of a tooth for added protection.
Inlays and onlays are typically made from dental grade resin, porcelain or gold. The first two materials are more popular as they can be colour-matched to existing teeth, making the required treatment almost invisible.
The main benefit of these restorative fittings is to strengthen a damaged tooth, returning it to functionality. Additional benefits include:
If you would like to change your silver fillings into more aesthetically pleasing inlays or onlays, please call Horton Dental Practice on 020 8391 9222 or click here to contact us.
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