Inlays and Onlays
Inlays are used to replace large areas of decayed, worn down, or cracked teeth. These are excellent options for cosmetic dentistry in Ryde.
Inlays are more conservative than onlays in that they do not involve the removal of as much tooth structure, so they tend to retain more of the natural tooth’s shape and strength.
Onlays are typically a more expensive and comprehensive tooth restoration method.
Cosmetic treatment is reserved for a tooth that experiences larger areas of decay where a filling or inlay would not solve the issue.
Onlays differ from inlays because they cover the cusp of the tooth.