Complete Guide to
Inlays / Onlays Mexico
Here’s is a Guide to getting your Inlays / Onlays Treatment with Cancun Dental Specialists. Most aspects of your Dental vacation will be covered. Please call in and let us know more about your case 1 800 278 3215. In order to give you correct information pertaining to your case, we would need your Medical History, X-Rays, Treatment Plan If available, If not Contact our Dental Coordinator before coming to Cancun. Below are the most frequently asked questions on pricing, treatment scenarios, aftercare. Please read it so that you are well informed of how we provide the Inlays / Onlays Treatment for you and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Maybe you have some minor issues with your teeth that you would like to address, without having to commit to a full contour Crown. Inlays and Onlays are Dental Restorations used to fix teeth with mild to moderate issues such as minor decay or small fractures of the teeth. With an Inlay/Onlay the dentist is able to conserve more of the tooth structure which is good also for the patient. We use E-Max all porcelain for these restorations which is the strongest and most aesthetic porcelain on the market today. An Inlay is the Restoration that lies inside the cusps of the tooth, whereas the Onlay is a bit more extensive and extends over the cusps of the tooth.
Inlays / Onlays Cost
Inlays / Onlays Cost Comparison
The Cost of a Dental Inlay or Onlay depends on a variety of factors, including the dentist’s level of training and the material used. Dental onlay cost is typically similar to an inlay. However, these restorations tend to be larger and may cost slightly more.
Inlays / Onlays Treatment Alternatives
If your decay or fractures are too large for us to restore the tooth with a single Inlay/Onlay, then the next option would be to Crown the tooth completely. A full Dental Crown covers all the surfaces of your tooth and is cemented permanently. Dental Crowns can come in E-Max porcelain, Zirconium or porcelain fused to metal.
Can be used to alter the color of a natural tooth, to close small gaps and correct the appearance of crowded teeth without braces. They can be used to replace missing tooth structure and to cover defects or malformations. Composite Resin Veneers are less expensive than Porcelain Veneers and can be done in one visit to the Dentist. The downside of Composite Resin Veneers is that they are prone to staining and do not last as long as porcelain Veneers.