Cavities can lead to tooth damage, which can be effectively treated with tooth fillings.

Fillings are a fundamental aspect of restorative dentistry, aimed at fixing tooth decay, damaged tooth surfaces, or slight tooth fractures. Various materials like amalgam, composite resin, and glass ionomer cement are utilized for dental restorations. Given the risk of tooth fracture associated with traditional amalgam fillings due to expansion, tooth-colored fillings serve as a safer alternative. They bond seamlessly with your tooth, offering durable, functional, and visually pleasing results that endure.

These fillings, being metal-free, allow for the customization of shades to perfectly match your natural tooth color.

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Inlays and onlays represent a modern alternative to conventional fillings, suited for situations where the tooth’s biting surface is too damaged for regular fillings but not enough to necessitate a crown. They help conserve as much of the natural tooth structure as possible and enhance tooth strength by binding the tooth together. Inlays are designed to fit within the cusps of a tooth, whereas onlays cover one or more cusps. These can be crafted from porcelain, gold, or composite resin, with porcelain being favored for its durability and natural appearance.
Our dentist will evaluate your specific needs to determine if inlays or onlays are the appropriate treatment option. This process typically requires two visits. During the first, the dentist prepares the tooth, removes decay or old fillings, and cleans the area. An impression is taken to fabricate a custom inlay or onlay. You’ll receive a temporary solution until the second visit, when the permanent inlay or onlay is fitted, adjusted for bite alignment, and polished. To ensure the longevity of your restoration, avoid hard foods, maintain good oral hygiene, and keep regular dental appointments..