Inlays & Onlays in Aurora, ON
If a cavity is too large for simple dental fillings and too small for a dental crown, you may benefit from wearing an inlay or onlay. Inlays and Onlays are typically used to restore teeth that have been compromised due to injuries, trauma, or decay. Our highly trained dentist Dr. Eric Rouah will evaluate your tooth to determine the nature and extent of the damage.
How Are Inlays & Onlays Different from Dental Fillings?
When a tooth is damaged and there is limited tooth structure, fillings may not be the right solution. Inlays & Onlays in Aurora, ON, are more substantial than dental fillings and provide strength and support to the tooth. They do not require as much filing down of tooth enamel as dental crowns. They can be color-matched to your tooth and fabricated right here at Aurora Dentistry, using CEREC machine technology.
Benefits of Inlays & Onlays at Aurora Dentistry
Porcelain inlays and onlays last longer and are more chip-resistant compared to dental fillings. Please contact our reliable family dentist, Dr. Eric Rouah, to determine if you’re an ideal candidate for inlays & onlays. Inlays & Onlays, also known as ‘indirect restorations’ or ‘partial crowns,’ can be used to fix gaps, chips, cracks and even stains. They are made of durable materials like porcelain or gold and guarantee a snugger fit than dental fillings.
Inlays & Onlays near you are commonly used to:
- Replace damaged fillings
- Enhance your smile
- Seal large cavities
- Restore decayed teeth
Are Inlays & Onlays Right for You?
After shaving down a little bit of tooth structure, our dentists, will take accurate impressions and fasten a temporary inlays & onlays. Once the permanent inlays & onlays is ready, we use strong dental adhesive to secure them firmly onto the tooth surface. Looking after your teeth and refraining from chewing hard or sticky foods can help inlays & onlays last for more than ten years. The lifespan of inlays & onlays is determined by chewing forces on the tooth, the patient’s oral hygiene, the nerves inside the tooth, and the position of the tooth.
Inlays & Onlays stay in place and rarely fall out. However, if you ever need a replacement, please contact our supportive family dentist in Aurora, ON, Dr. Eric Rouah, for a consultation.