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Inlays and Onlays

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Dental Inlays in Sugar Land

We give you Dental Inlays in Sugar Land Texas at Smiles on Greatwood Dentistry.

A dental inlay refers to a filling crafted from tooth-colored materials like ceramic, porcelain, or specialized dental composite, designed to fit snugly into the grooves of a tooth. This restorative technique is employed to repair tooth injuries or decay that specifically target the inner part of the tooth, excluding the cusps. The inlays repair the chewing surface and provide an almost invisible dental restoration. Inlays help to eliminate tooth sensitivity and eventual tooth loss.

WHO SHOULD INLAYS?

If you have an injured tooth (a fracture) or are suffering from tooth decay and don’t want to get regular filling, getting dental inlays is your best alternative. Basically the inlays take care of the cavity and hold the tooth together, making it stronger. They are generally more durable than regular fillings.

You can use them to replace your old or damaged metal fillings.

HOW DO YOU GET INLAYS?

You just need two visits to our Dentistry to get your inlays placed.

In your first visit, our dentist will drill your tooth to remove and clean out the decay in the tooth. To ensure a painless experience, a local anesthetic will be administered to numb the area.

He will then take an impression of your tooth and place a temporary inlay over the tooth. After taking the impression, it will be sent to a dental lab, where the inlay, tailored to your tooth’s specifications, will be fabricated. During your subsequent appointment, the temporary inlay will be replaced with the permanent one, perfectly fitting over your tooth.

You don’t need to take a day off work for this procedure. After the procedure, you can return to work or other activities. You will only feel a mild level of tenderness in the treated area.

HOW LONG WILL INLAYS LAST?

Dental inlays can last for up to 20 years. However, you need to maintain good oral hygiene. You need to care for your restored tooth the same way you would for all of your teeth. A simple advice is to brush your teeth three times a day, floss daily, and remember to schedule regular dental check-ups.

For further details about this incredible dental procedure, feel free to reach out to us today at (281) 937 7530. Our skilled dentist in Sugar Land possesses more than eighteen years of expertise, and our staff is unfailingly amiable. We strive to accommodate your schedule and gladly accept a wide range of insurances.

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