Inlay and onlay
Onlay and inlay, often referred to as indirect fillings, serve to compensate for tooth damage caused by caries or trauma. Today, due to the concept of minimally invasive dentistry, crowns are increasingly being replaced.
Inlay and onlay fit better, are firmer and last longer compared to classic fillings. They are significantly superior from both an aesthetic and a functional point of view. While classic fillings are modeled directly in the mouth, inlays and onlays are made in a dental laboratory, and glued to the part of the tooth that needs to be replaced. The difference between inlay and onlay is solely in size. The inlay compensates for the central part, while the onlay compensates for tooth damage that includes individual lumps.
They are made from composites, gold or ceramics. Each material has its advantages and disadvantages. Once the material of choice was gold, due to its favorable physical and biomechanical properties. But today's patients, in addition to health and function, are paying more and more attention to aesthetics. As ceramics meet aesthetic, biomechanical and physical criteria it is definitely the material of choice.
Futura Dent Estetica d.o.o.
Kralja Zvonimira 108
10,000 Zagreb, Croatia
Telephone: +385 (0) 1 234 29 47
All visitors are provided with free parking in the yard
(entrance from Zvonimirova).
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