Prosthetic restoration – inlays, onlays, overlays
This type of reconstruction is an alternative to traditional filling methods including crowns. It spares healthy tooth tissue from excessive grinding and also reduces the risk of tooth breakage, at the same time improving both the functionality and durability of the restoration and restoring the natural, anatomical appearance of the tooth.
These methods of prosthetic filling are recommended in rebuilding lateral teeth after a root canal and also live teeth with extensive crown damage.
They enable functional, precise, and aesthetic reconstruction of the lost tooth surface, allow perfect reproduction of tangent points, facilitate the maintenance of proper oral hygiene, and allow full use of the tooth while chewing.