Porcelain Inlays & Onlays

  • These are tooth-coloured filling made in the laboratory and then placed onto or into the tooth. (also know "indirect fillings").  These fillings requires two visits  First appointment, it requires one to two hours per tooth.

  • These offer high aesthetic and long lasting results but cost much more than  direct composite or amalgam fillings. 

  • They are usually reserved for medium to large fillings where high aesthetic is important.

All-Porcelain Crowns

  • New technology has made dental porcelain more practical and durable.  So all porcelain crowns can be used more widely.

  • These are free of metals and offer high aesthetic.  They can now also be used for the final restoration/crown in implant as well as for bridges.

  • They can also be used for abutments (part which connects the implant to the crown) as shown on the illustrations below.