Inlay, Onlay and Overlay Fillings

Inlay and onlay filling, which varies according to the area of application and the size of the decay, is a type of filling that is produced in a laboratory environment and then bonded to the tooth, which is applied to decayed areas that are too large to be covered with a simple filling and too small to be covered. It is prepared according to the patient’s existing tooth structure and color condition.

Inlay, which is more similar to a filling, is located between the chalks on the teeth.

Onlay covers one or more chalks.

Inlay and onlay are made of ceramic or fiber.

Inlay and onlay filling, which have a lifespan of decades, can have a long life according to the chewing strength and oral care hygiene status.

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