Inlays and onlays, known as 3D dental restoration treatment, are a restorative alternative that restores the shape and function of a defective tooth. They are made in a dental lab to match the shape of the decayed/wear part of the tooth and are typically placed on the chewing surface of the tooth.
Aesthetically pleasing: inlays and onlays can be matched to resemble the colour of natural teeth without the trouble of oxidation and look like real teeth. Inlays and onlays simulate the texture of the molar surfaces, designed to fit comfortably in the shape of the bite.
Scans /impressions of the structure, height and occlusion of the tooth are taken to ensure that a unique model of the tooth is structured. After the preparation of the inlays or onlays and make sure that the colour and shape are optimised, they fit into area that the dentist has prepared.