Dental inlay is a dental device to restore lost or damaged dental tissue.
In detail, the dental inlay is a reconstruction that replaces the part of dental tissue whose loss is derived from carious lesions, a traumatic event, or genetic malformations.
Dental inlay is an intervention to restore teeth with cavities too large to be subjected to a direct filling by the dentist but not so extensive as to resort to a complete covering of the tooth (prosthetic crown).
The procedures necessary to make the dental inlay are painless. The conservative dentistry techniques used by our specialists allow us to restore the masticatory and aesthetic function of one or more teeth safely and painlessly through only two operational appointments.
Due to old fillings now inappropriate, the first right upper molar has undergone a fracture, while the second premolar and the second molar show recurrent caries.
The timely diagnosis allowed the recovery of two molars, reconstructed with porcelain inlays, while the second premolar was restored through a direct aesthetic filling.
Using ceramic inlays, you can restore teeth’ function and aesthetics, particularly those devastated by caries, using conservative procedures that guarantee reliable results over time.