Dental Inlays & Onlays

Dental Inlays & Onlays

Here at Ollie & Darsh we want you to feel happy and comfortable with your smile, which is why we offer the very best general dentistry treatments. Our inlays and onlays are designed to treat cavities, so that you can eat and drink without pain and smile with 100% confidence.

What is a Dental Inlay?

We use dental inlays to repair the large chewing surface on the back teeth, but we can also use them to treat large cavities

If you decide that an inlay is the treatment for you, we’ll gently take an impression of your tooth so that our talented dental technicians can create your bespoke inlay from either porcelain or gold (it’s totally up to you). In the meantime, we’ll sort you out with a temporary filling until your new inlay is ready to be fitted.

Restore the health of your teeth with Dental Inlays and Onlays for £595

What is a Dental Onlay?

Dental onlays are just like dental inlays, but a bit bigger. We use onlays to repair cavities right in the middle of the chewing surface as well as the tooth cusps (those little pointy bits on your teeth).

Dental onlays are created in exactly the same way as dental inlays.

What is the Difference Between Dental Inlays, Dental Onlays and Fillings?

Both inlays and onlays are designed to treat tooth decay and ensure that your tooth is restored to its former strength so that you feel comfortable with your smile again. However, fillings are perfect for small cavities, whereas inlays and onlays are a better choice for larger cases of decay that aren’t severe enough to need a dental crown. They are tailor-made to fit comfortably on your natural tooth.

Benefits of Inlays and Onlays

  • They look natural, so only you will even know they’re there

  • They help to preserve as much as your natural tooth as possible

  • They help to prevent staining on the teeth

  • They’re very strong and durable

  • They’re perfect for filling difficult cavities between the teeth

  • They protect the teeth from plaque-causing bacteria by filling in cracks in the ename

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