Inlays and Onlays
Repair your damaged tooth and restore your smile.
The Solution for Larger Cavities
Inlays and onlays fix decayed teeth to keep your smile beautiful.
Do you have a tooth that’s suffering from severe decay or dental trauma? Don’t worry.
Inlays and onlays are used to repair:
A dental onlay is used when the tooth’s biting surface is affected, and a dental inlay is used when the cusps remain intact.
Both restorative procedures regain your tooth’s durability, function, and beauty.
You’ll save more of your healthy natural tooth with an inlay or onlay than a crown.
With a tooth-colored composite, your new inlay or onlay will blend in with your surrounding teeth.
Improved Oral Health
Treating tooth decay and providing molar support prevents further damage and allows you to eat comfortably again!
Your Care Is Our Top Priority
Enjoy a stress-free experience at our office.
- Spa-like environment: Your visit to the dentist will be soothing and comfortable with in-office amenities, including neck pillows, paraffin hand wax, and more!
- Up-to-date technology: With modern technology to increase effectiveness and minimize discomfort, you’ll have a stress-free inlay or onlay procedure.
- Customized care: Our caring team and friendly dentists recognize that every patient is different, so you’ll receive personalized treatment every time.
See how else Distinctive Dental Care goes above and beyond for you.
After a thorough examination, we’ll determine if an inlay or onlay is right for you.
The infected tooth and surrounding area are numbed to keep you comfortable. Next, we’ll remove any decay, clean, and prepare the tooth for the restoration.
An impression of your tooth is taken to create your inlay or onlay. It’s made from a tooth-colored material that’s safe and extremely durable.
Your Prescott dentist will ensure your restoration fits perfectly, giving you back the full function of your tooth again!
Caring for an inlay or onlay is as simple as caring for your regular teeth: brushing, flossing, and visiting us for routine exams and cleanings.
This ensures your restorative work lasts as long as possible, looks and functions naturally, and prevents further decay.