Porcelain Onlays Inlays
Our dental office offers two specific types of dental fillings in NYC: porcelain onlays and porcelain inlays. These options are used to replace your decayed or dying tooth and keep your beautiful smile intact. These inlays/onlays are inserted by taking impressions of the damaged tooth, filling it in the laboratory to restore it to its original shape and size and then fixing it back into your mouth.
What Our Patients Say
What are porcelain inlays/onlays?
|Porcelain Inlays||Porcelain Onlays|
|Restore Teeth by filling in spaces between the cusps found in the center of the teeth||Fill big replacements in places having a large cavity and involves covering multiple cusps over the entire biting surface.|
|Less evasive procedure.||Also known as partial crowns.|
|Last up to 30 years||Last up to 30 years|
What are the benefits of porcelain inlays/onlays?
Both types of fillings are extremely durable and last longer than traditional metal fillings. Materials used for porcelain inlays/onlays are designed to match the natural color of your tooth. Not only do they help retain the original aesthetics and character of the tooth, they also provide strength to avoid future fractures by increasing resistance.
Dental hygiene also places a very critical role in the development and maintenance of your inlays/onlays. Brushing, flossing and regular dental check-ups not only leads to healthy teeth, but strongly determines the success rate of your porcelain inlays/onlays filling procedure.
How can I learn more about porcelain inlays/onlays?
Porcelain inlays/onlays are the ideal solution for fixing damaged teeth. For more information on how you can receive dental crowns in NYC or to know if cosmetic dentistry is right for you please call our cosmetic dentist office at 212-505-0295 or schedule an appointment online. Dr. Kate Brayman and our friendly office staff invite any and all questions.
Major Insurance Providers Accepted
At Kate Brayman DDS, we accept most major insurance plans. Here is list of some of the plans we accept. Please contact our office if you do not see your insurance provider listed. Please note we do not participate with DMO/HMO insurance.