Category: Restorative Dentistry

Are Dental Onlays For Me?

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on March 25, 2015

If you are dealing with tooth decay issues, the traditional remedy is usually to get a crown or a filling. However, the problem with crowns is that they can degrade the remaining, healthy part of the tooth. Also, crowns can often become loose and may need replaced in 10-15 years. Therefore, considering these disadvantages of… Read More

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Inlay vs. Onlay and the Reasons You May Need Them

Posted by: Hassey | Do Duy, on November 19, 2013

If you’re unfamiliar with the terms “inlay” and “onlay” you’re not alone. “Indirect fillings,” as they’re sometimes called, offer a conservative method for repairing tooth decay. They are especially appropriate when a tooth is too damaged for a traditional filling, yet not damaged enough to warrant a crown. Dental inlay and dental onlay restorations are… Read More

Categories: Restorative Dentistry