Porcelain Fillings "Inlay"
Your doctor cleans the affected area and separates the porcelain filling in the laboratory. It often needs two sessions and is used in cases of decay. A crown may be needed if the decay affects a large part of the tooth. If the decay reaches the nerve, it will be necessary to treat the root canals and place a crown.
Features of Cosmetic Porcelain Fillings “Inlays”:
- The strongest types of fillings because they are made of porcelain.
- They are the most accurate fillings in closing the edges of the tooth, and therefore they are the longest fillings in their lifespan.
- Matches the color of the natural tooth. Its color is stable and does not change with time.
- It gives the tooth strength because it is specially tailored to the size of the decay.
- Because its surface is smooth and polished, food debris does not stick to it.