Ceramic inlay

Ceramic-inlays are doubtless the most aesthetic alternatives of amalgam fillings in the side area of teeth. If aesthetics is the most important aspect for you when choosing the type of filling, ceramic inlay is the best to choose. 


The demand for aesthetic filling material the colour of which fits the colour of the teeth is increasing. The wish for a filling that fits the teeth perfectly and naturally in colour is greater and greater. With porcelain this demand for perfect colouring and transparency is easily attained. Ceramics is a powder which if mixed with fluid becomes like a paste and in the end will be burnt like porcelain burnt. 


Porcelain inlays are doubtless the most beautiful alternatives opposed to amalgam. However, unlike golden, ceramics inlays are easily damaged. The indication area of porcelain fillings is where aesthetic-cosmetic aspects are an absolute priority and the surface of teeth and spaces between teeth needs to be built up. This type of inlay is not cemented into the teeth but during a time consuming process glued into the teeth. During a process of milling the tooth enamel a thick bind can be gained between the tooth and the inlay. As there is no long-term experience existing about this type of glue yet, the precondition of the success of this process is excellent mouth hygiene.


A gold inlay is the best-working tooth filling method. The edges of fillings can be fitted as slim as possible so that an absolutely optimal verge can be worked out. Golden itself is a really body compatible material. If the endurance of your fillings is the most important factor for you, you should choose gold inlays.


Golden is a material which according to studies carried out for years have proved to be a material which practically excludes any side-effects. Golden is not only a timeless, elegant material but it also allows the dental technician to work the inlay out precisely to the smallest detail. Many gold inlays are in the patient's mouth for 15 years or more. They are prepared exactly for chewing surface of the antagonist tooth and polished. The dentist glues the inlay with tooth cement into the tooth which has proved to be successful and endurable for decades. The thin fitted edges give a perfect closure and let bacteria and rest of food no chance to go in and damage the tooth. The characteristics of gold-alloy allow the polishing of the edges of the filling later on.

Gradia-lnlay (Plastic-Inlay)

The in a lab created, inserted type of filling made of plastic, which is the most cost-efficient alternative of amalgam fillings. As opposed to plastic which is directly worked off in the mouth of the patient, with this type of filling the shrinking caused by stiffening of the material can be compensated in a better way. 


With the help of a stiffening method in a special machine the material reaches its optimal firmness so that the chewing function is restored. Plastic inlays fit the colour of your teeth perfectly and aspires good aesthetic results.

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