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Inlays And Onlays Fort Lauderdale

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    104 SE 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

    Does Insurance Cover Inlays or Onlays?

    The average price of an inlay or onlay dental service ranges from $650 to $1,200 for each tooth if a person does not have dental insurance. These services have a more practical function in the mouth and most insurance companies will cover all or part of these procedures. The most patient needs to pay between $40 and $100 out of pocket to have these procedures performed. The total cost will be determined by the type of material that is being used, the extent of damage to the tooth, and the specialty level of the dentists.

    There are some things that the inlay and the onlay procedure are going to include.

    Amalgam dental fillings will last for a long time. They will contract and expand with temperature. This can make the tooth weak over time. A small crack can form. If bacteria gets into these cracks it can lead to tooth decay and more serious issues with the gums.

    Porcelain inlays and onlays will not change shape. They are designed for long-term use.

    Caring for the inlays and onlays is similar to caring for natural teeth. They need to be brushed and flossed daily. A person should still get regular dental checkups. If the onlay or inlay were to become loose, lead to pain, or crack the dentist should be contacted right away.

    A dentist will determine if this is a good solution for the patient.

    Tooth decay can get worse if it is not treated. If a person does not get regular checkups or if they notice signs of tooth decay it is time to see a dentist.

    Do I Need Inlays or Onlays?

    Tooth decay will often affect the molar and a filling may not fix it. The damage may be too much for a crown. This will leave the inlay or onlay to be the best solution.

    Protection For Damaged Teeth

    Tooth decay can be painful and make the teeth extra sensitive. An inlay or an onlay can help fix the tooth and decrease sensitivity. They can also stop additional decay.

    Having a crown put in the mouth will require that the dentist remove a larger portion of the tooth. Inlays and Onlays are the steps between fillings and crowns where only a small amount of the tooth enamel will need to be removed. A person will be left with natural-looking results.

    Inlays and Onlays are made of top-quality parceling which will be designed to match the shades of the rest of the teeth. This will help strengthen the enamel by up to 75 percent.

    During the procedure, the dentist will apply a local anesthetic to number the area they will be working on. They will remove any damaged tissue from the tooth. This will also remove any bacteria. The area will be then carefully cleaned and dried.

    The dentist will take an impression of the tooth where they will make a mold that will fit it. They will make sure the bite will be balanced. The inlay or onlay is then bonded with the tooth allowing it to function and to look better too. For people with CAD/CAM, only one visit is needed.

    Inlays and Onlays are designed using computed-aided technology. This will allow them to blend in with your teeth and give you results that look natural. Your dentist can use this technology and have the design ready in one visit. Computer programs and a 3D scanner will make these look great. You will spend less time in the dental office. There is no downtime so when you leave your appointment you will have a great smile.

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    When decay affects the chewing surface of a molar, a filling may be insufficient to restore the tooth. If the damage is not extensive enough to warrant a crown, an inlay or onlay may be the best solution. What makes these restorations special?

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