Porcelain Inlays

Porcelain Inlays are also known as indirect fillings. Rather than being formed inside a patient's mouth, they are formed in a dental labratory. Inlays fit inside areas of the tooth that remain after a tooth has decayed or a filling has been removed. Indirect fillings such as Porcelain Inlays are considered to last much longer than standard fillings (up to 30 years). While Porcelain Inlays are aesthetically more pleasing than other inlays or fillings, they tend to wear down more easily than gold inlays.
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