|Ceramic||53 600 р.|
|Composite||37 200 р.|
|Metallic onlay||23 750 р.|
|Ceramic||52 150 р.|
|Composite - One Surface||33 500 р.|
Dental inlays are used to treat teeth that have decay or damage within their indented top surface. Some dentists may also recommend them to replace old or damaged metal fillings. The dental procedure itself can take up to two appointments.
It takes two appointments for the inlays and onlays treatment to be completed and to be finally bonded to the damaged area of the tooth.
Inlays and onlays are performed using very similar procedures. At the first appointment, your dentist begins the procedure by numbing the area to be treated with local anesthetic. Any decay or damage is removed by drilling, which cleans and prepares the tooth for the dental inlay or onlay.
Using a small tray filled with dental putty that fits over the teeth, the dentist takes a mold (impression) of the damaged tooth. This impression is sent off to the dental laboratory, where a dental inlay or onlay is created that will fit your tooth exactly. Inlays and onlays are usually made from porcelain, which often most closely matches the normal color of the tooth, but they can also be made from composite resin or gold. While the inlay or onlay is being created at the lab, the dentist creates a temporary restoration (cover or filling) for your tooth to protect it until your next appointment.
At the second appointment, your dentist will remove the temporary restoration and then take time to ensure the inlay or onlay fits correctly. Only when the inlay or onlay fits perfectly will the dentist bond the inlay or onlay to the tooth with a strong resin adhesive. The inlay and onlay treatment is completed with a polish to ensure a smooth and aesthetically pleasing finish.
Each visit to the dentist for inlay or onlay treatment takes about an hour, with the first appointment taking slightly longer due to the preparation process. There will probably be a little discomfort after the inlay or onlay procedure, and the new tooth
Dental inlays and onlays are a great option for people looking to repair teeth that have mild to moderate decay. They are also used to restore teeth that are cracked or fractured if the damage is not severe enough to require a dental crown. Usually made from porcelain, composite resin, and even gold, they can be crafted to resemble natural-looking teeth to enhance your smile’s health and appearance. surface may feel a little odd, but you soon get used to the new tooth surface and how it feels and looks in your mouth. The tissue around the treated tooth may feel sore or sensitive, but this should subside in a couple of days. If you do feel some discomfort, you can take over-the-counter pain medication to alleviate the symptoms.