Onley – Inley porcelain fillings

Today, with the strengthening of the porcelain structure in dentistry, porcelain is used not only as a covering material but also in making tooth filling. Porcelain fillings are more durable and stronger than composite filler materials.

It is extremely useful and robust in cases where it is not possible to restore the teeth with composite fillers, especially when the loss of the material is too much in the teeth. With Onley and Inlay restorations, wholeness is created by imitating the color and anatomical formations on the teeth to be applied.

In the treatment, in the first session, the cavity of the restoration is prepared and after the measurement, the formed cavity is filled with the temporary filling material. Then, at the end of a 5-day period, in the second session, cementation is made by checking the edge fittings of the porcelain fillings prepared in the laboratory environment. The cementation method is the same as the laminae and is made with light.