Dental inlays

Dental inlays

A dental inlay may be necessary if you have a cavity or a broken tooth

  • Completed in a single appointment, local anesthesia only
  • Requires no impression or embarrassing temporary replacement
  • The porcelain inlay is fabricated on site
  • Strengthens the tooth
  • Very good colour stability
  • Protects against the risk of fracture
  • Enables teeth to better withstand chewing
  • Replaces conventional fillings (amalgam or composite)

Dental inlays help restore a tooth requiring repair, whether decayed, broken, misshapen, stained or with a defective filling.



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