These incrustations are cemented with a special adhesive therefore resulting a perfect and invisible filling.
Why should you opt for an incrustation instead of a filling in cabinet?
– First, an incrustation (inlay) is modeled with ideal morphology, identical to the natural tooth. This morphology can’t be performed on a filling in cabinet by your dentist, because the position and the space in the oral cavity doesn’t allow it.
– An inlay has a perfect adaptation when cemented on tooth, and the edges have intimate contact with the dental surface, in this way obtaining a smooth and 100% sealed seamless area.
– They have a high resistance in comparison with classic “fillings”, a minimum level of wear and a lifetime 5 times longer.
– Unlike fillings, dental incrustations are being cemented, therefore the risk of secondary caries is completely eliminated because the space between the tooth and the inlay will create a vacuum that will prevent decay development.
– They are 100% aesthetic. They blend perfectly with the tooth structure so no one will know that your tooth has been previously treated.
Dental incrustations can be made of many types of materials:
– Composite incrustations;
– Pressed ceramic incrustations;
– Zirconium incrustations;
– Gold incrustations.
The dentist highly recommends you to opt for incrustations instead of “fillings” because they are more stable from a morphological, functional and aesthetical point of view.