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Are Onlays and Inlays Easily Stained?


Posted on 9/6/2021 by Front Desk
Are Onlays and Inlays Easily Stained?If your tooth has sustained significant damage caused by tooth decay, fall accidents, or injuries, you need a constructive procedure that will help restore its functionality. As much as procedures like a root canal can work in such cases, onlays and inlays are ideal. Inlays and onlays are typically partial crowns that work like dental fillings but restore the tooth strength, structure, and appearance. There are many advantages of onlays and inlays, and one of them is that they cannot get stained easily.

Stain Resistant


Perhaps, the greatest benefit of inlays and onlays is the fact that they are resistant to stains. These appliances are made from highly durable material that perfectly matches the color shade of your teeth. Given that this material does not stain easily, it will remain clear and attractive for several years. Furthermore, the shade used to make onlays and inlays does not stand out against the color of teeth even after a long time.

Apart from their stain-resistant nature, inlays and onlays are important because they help preserve much of your natural tooth. This makes the cleaning process easier and effective. In some cases, traditional and composite fillings may shrink with time, making the tooth vulnerable. Inlays and onlays don't shrink and will remain stable for a long time.

Therefore, inlays and onlays are useful dental appliances that will help improve your oral health. They are mostly used when you have a cavity that is too large for a dental filling. As much as both inlays and onlays are designed to repair tooth decay and cavities, inlays are mainly used to fix the damage that doesn't extend beyond the tooth pulp. On the other hand, onlays are mainly used to fix the damage that extends beyond the tooth's center. For more information on the benefits of onlays and inlays, contact our offices.
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