Inlays and Onlays at Taher Family Dental
At Taher Family Dental, we’re committed to providing top-notch care. This commitment is evident in our specialized services like inlays and onlays. Typically crafted from porcelain or gold, these restorations are robust, outlasting fillings, and offer a less invasive alternative to full dental crowns. Specifically, inlays sit within your tooth, whereas onlays, also known as 3/4 crowns or partial crowns, cover one or more cusps or chewing surfaces.
Why Consider Inlays and Onlays?
With proper maintenance, inlays and onlays offer long-lasting protection against further dental damage. They’re ideal for large fillings that require replacement or fractured tooth areas not necessitating a full dental crown. Leveraging our advanced CEREC technology, we efficiently create these restorations in-house, allowing for permanent cementation during your visit.
Serving Worcester county and its surroundings since the early 2000s, Taher Family Dental is your go-to for conservative dental treatments incorporating state-of-the-art Cerec technology. Should you need such a service, don’t hesitate. Contact us to book your appointment!
Inlays and Onlays: A Closer Look
Inlays and onlays serve as versatile dental restorations, ideally suited for large cavities or tooth repair. With materials ranging from porcelain and gold to composite resin, they offer a conservative approach compared to crowns, minimizing tooth removal.
- The American Dental Association reports that over 2 million inlays and onlays are placed annually in the U.S.
- A staggering 70% opt for inlays and onlays primarily for large cavity repair.
- A Journal of the American Dental Association study underscores their efficacy in restoring damaged teeth’s appearance and functionality.
Benefits and Considerations
- Restoration of function and aesthetic of damaged teeth.
- Durability lasting many years.
- Less invasive than dental crowns.
- Potentially pricier than fillings.
- May necessitate multiple dental visits.
- Not suitable for every cavity type.
The choice of opting for inlays or onlays remains deeply personal, hinging on individual needs and preferences.