At Karen E Williamson DDS PA in Rockwall, when we repair a tooth that has cavities or damage, the restorative dentistry procedure chosen often depends on the location of the problem. We’re talking tooth-specific locale here.
If there is a chip, crack, or decay on the biting surface, an onlay or inlay is often created to fix it.
Inlays and onlays are a type of tooth restoration. They are usually bigger than a conventional filling, but smaller than a complete crown. An inlay is used to fill an area inside the cusp tips or bumps of a tooth. An onlay covers an area that includes more than one cusp.
The inlays and onlays we place for our patients are indistinguishable from their natural teeth. Dr. Williamson has the finely-honed eye for detail and complete mastery of dental aesthetics to shape the restoration and create an exact match.
Our inlays and onlays:
- Are stain resistant
- Do not bring about tooth sensitivity
- Are beautifully matched to natural teeth
- Strengthen the tooth and safeguard against further decay or degeneration
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