Dental Inlays and Onlays

Introduction to Dental Inlays and Onlays

Dental Inlays– are usually made from either Gold or tooth coloured Porcelain. They are used to treat teeth with decay or to replace large older fillings, usually on the back teeth.  Dental inlays offer a structural sound and esthetic result in comparison to mature silver fillings. Dental Inlays are a two appointment process at Queen’s Park Dental.

Photo of Replacement of Amalgam Fillings with Porcelain Inlays

ceramic-inlays

Disclaimer- results in the photographs are examples only and do not imply any certainty of the result of a procedure, and all outcomes are subject to the circumstances of the individual patient.

Gold Inlays

gold-inlays

Disclaimer- results in the photographs are examples only and do not imply any certainty of the result of a procedure, and all outcomes are subject to the circumstances of the individual patient.

Dental Onlays– are similar to dental inlays but differ in the fact that onlays include the cusps or hills of the teeth. Dental onlays are usually bigger in size to cover at least one or more of the cusps on the biting surface of the teeth. Dental onlays are a two appointment process at Queen’s Park Dental.

Photo of a Before and After Porcelain Onlay

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Disclaimer- results in the photographs are examples only and do not imply any certainty of the result of a procedure, and all outcomes are subject to the circumstances of the individual patient.