Inlays and onlays sit on top of the back teeth, sealing any holes or cavities that are too big for a filling. They can be made from a variety of materials such as precious metal or porcelain – however most patients opt for tooth-coloured options to blend in with the natural teeth.
An inlay is cemented within the four corners (or cusps) of a back tooth, whilst an onlay slightly overlaps the corners of the tooth, providing extra coverage. Unlike with fillings and dental crowns, minimal preparation is required on a natural tooth prior to application of an inlay or onlay.
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