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Restore your smile with Inlays

A reliable solution for restoring broken teeth

Dental inlays are an effective method of restoring areas of extensive breakage or decay in teeth that cannot be treated with normal fillings – usually these are the molars or premolars at the back of the mouth. Unlike crowns, inlays don’t cover the whole tooth and therefore require less preparation and a less invasive procedure.

Dental inlays are usually made from hardwearing, natural-looking materials, such as ceramic, porcelain, or composite resin, and are great for restoring strength and function to your bite. While inlays are often more expensive than traditional fillings, they are stronger and able to withstand significantly larger force, and are therefore much longer lasting.

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A J Moore & Associates Dental Practice Nottinghamshire

The benefits of Inlays

With A J Moore & Associates Dental Practice

Our highly experienced team is here to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wished for. Our expert treatments and high-quality dental inlays will have you smiling and laughing with confidence in no time.

  1. Bridges made from high-quality, long-lasting materials
  2. Natural-looking restoration
  3. Highly experienced and friendly staff
  4. Restore the function of your bite
  5. Smile and laugh with increased confidence

Frequently Asked Questions

About Inlays

If one of your teeth has suffered damage – from decay or trauma, for example – and the affected area is too large for a normal filling but not large enough for a crown, a dental inlay may be the perfect solution.

Whilst fillings are usually used to restore a small area, inlays are stronger and longer lasting, meaning they are more effective for larger areas of decay.

You may experience some mild discomfort, but our team always use a local anaesthetic to make your treatment as comfortable as possible.

Looking after your inlay is just like looking after you regular teeth – brush twice a day and floss regularly and your inlay will remain in peak condition.

Your Patient Journey

Your Consultation

Our staff will evaluate your teeth and assess your needs. This is the perfect opportunity to ask any questions you might have.

Your Treatment

A drill will be used to remove decay, before a mould is made of your tooth and used to create your custom-made inlay, which is then bonded to your tooth.

Aftercare

You will receive advice on maintaining your dental health after your inlay treatment.

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